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Please join Pack 142 at our April Pack Meeting
Event Location: Littleton School
Dress Requirements: Scout Uniform
Highlights include: NEED DETAILS FOR TREE SAPLING ACTIVITY
We are look forward to welcoming some new families and visitors that are interested in finding out more about Pack 142 to all of our meetings. You are welcome to invite any friends and families with boys that are Cub Scout age (grades K-5). Please be sure to RSVP to let us know you are coming and how many guests to expect.
If one or more friends of your Cub Scout join our pack, your Cub Scout and all new friends that they recruit will receive a “My Best Friend is a Scout” patch. Your Cub Scout will also be presented with a “Recruiter” patch.
IMPORTANT: If you have forgotten your TroopTrack login or are not sure how to login and RSVP, please email email@example.com to let us know!
If you have any questions, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone us on 570-212-2036.
Please join us for our Tiger Den animal-viewing hike! We will be meeting at the Helen C Fenske Visitor Center at the Great Swamp National Wildlife Refuge, located at 32 Pleasant Plains Rd, Harding NJ. We will be taking an approximate 2 mile hike, with lots of wildlife viewing opportunities include reptile, amphibians and birds. This will allow the boys to complete their "Tigers in the Wild" Requirement.
The pack will also be running a pack hike in April. Scouts can meet their requirement by attending either of the hikes, but this hike will likely be easier/shorter than the pack hike (tailored to 1st graders) and will have more opportunities to see wildlife.
Be sure to bring your 6 essentials for a hike: small first aid kit, water bottle, flashlight, trail food, sun protection and whistle.
Monthly Committee Meeting
Event Location: Stephanie Lynch's Residence – 31 Prospect Rd Parsippany, NJ
Please join leaders and our pack committee members at our monthly committee meeting! This is where we work together to plan upcoming pack activities and events. We invite all parents, committee members and leaders to participate in these very important meetings!
Please RSVP to each meeting to let us know you are coming and if you are planning on bringing any guests.
IMPORTANT: If you have forgotten your TroopTrack login or are not sure how to login and RSVP, please email email@example.com and we will assist you with activating your account.
These meetings are designed for adults only and supervision is not provided for children. Thank you for your understanding!
Please join me for our first ever virtual Tiger Den Meeting! We will be going over personal and fire safety to earn our "Tigers: Safe and Smart" elective. During the meeting, we will go over some basics of personal safety (when to call 911 etc) as well recite our addresses and an emergency contact number and draw up a home fire escape plan. Please make sure your scout has access to paper, a ruler and a pencil. Thanks very much and looking forward to see the scouts soon!
I will send out the zoom or MS teams link via email the day of the call.
Tradeshow of Scouting
Event Date: Monday, June 1, 2020
Event Time: 5:45PM – 9:00PM
Event Location: The Birchwood Manor, Whippany – 111 N Jefferson Rd Whippany, NJ 07981, US
Dress Requirements: Scout Uniform
This event is free to attendees! Unit leaders, committee members, unit youth leaders and others involved in Scouting should attend.
Vendors host tables offering programs, service projects, fun times, education programs and events that can be an integral part of your unit’s calendar. Visit these tables and pick up information and get your questions answered.
Many events are run by volunteer committees in Patriots’ Path Council. From the Alumni committee to the Youth Executive committee, table abound in the ballroom area with information and ideas to make your 2019-2020 Scouting year GREAT! Stop by and see what’s in store for your group. This years’ committees, et al that have committee to exhibiting are under the PPC Groups Exhibiting tab.
Stop by and greet your volunteer district leaders that plan many district events (klondikes, cub camping, troop camping, etc.). Towns in Patriots’ Path Council are part of a geographical district. If you don’t know which district you are in, ask at the registration/welcome desk on your way in and they will let you know.
Door prizes are plentiful as are the free appetizers and the fellowship!