Moving forward. Scouts go!!
- Pine Wood Derby – TBA date / location
- Crossover Celebration TBA date
June 2016 – Scout Day with the Tampa Bay Rays
- May 21
- NASA Overnight Camping at Kennedy Space Center
- SWFL Council Pinewood Derby District Event
- May 7 Annual Crossover Year End Celebration, CFE
Apr. 23 Rain-gutter Regatta, Sarasota Sailing Squadron.
- Mar. 18 & 19
- Cub-O-Ree, (Council Event) CFE – Fun for all ages
- Wood Badge Weekend #2, CM
- Mar 14-18th Spring Break, No meetings/event
- Mar 12 Manatee Adult Leader Training
- Mar 5th BALOO Training, at CM Punta Gorda, 8AM-4PM
- Mar 4 & 5 Family Camping
- Scouting for Food -Food Bank Food Drive
- Feb 20 Bag Drop, start from Urfer Park
- Feb 27 Bag Collection, start from Urfer Park
- Feb 19 & 20 Wood Badge Weekend #1, CM
- Feb 12-14 Webelos Winter Weekend, Two Rivers District Cross-Over, CFE
- Feb 8 No Den meeting
- Feb 7 Scout Sunday, St. Thomas Moore Church Service
- Feb 6 Blue and Gold 5-9PM, Chelsea Center
- Jan 29 & 30 Manatee Two Rivers Camporee (Boy Scouts / Webelos)
- Jan 25 Webelos Den Meeting / First Aid Presentation
- Jan 23 No Meeting / Pine Wood Derby being resceduled
- Jan. 18 Webelos Den meeting, Blue & Gold Planning,
- Jan. 18 NO PACK MEETING
- Jan. 8 & 9 Family Camping, Knights Trail
What We Have Done!
2016 Jan. 4th School back in session
Dec. 21 Winter Break until January
Dec. 14 Holidays Around the World Pack Meeting #4. Games and Potluck dinner with food & culture from around the world. Hosted by Tiger Den, 6-7 PM.
Dec. 12 Alligator District STEM DAY
- Winterfest Camp Out, CFE – Bradenton
- December 4-6 Broke Back Dog, Camp Miles – Punta Gorda
- Nov. 16 Thanksgiving Pack Meeting #3, 6-7 PM
- Turkey Shoot , (Pot-luck dinner, games, and crafts)
- Food Bank Donation (3 non-perishable food items p/ family)
- Popcorn Distribution
- Nov. 21 Leave No Trace Training
- Nov. 13-15
- Webelos Activity Weekend, CFE
- Tigers Wolves Bears Family Camping, Oscar Sherer
- Nov. 11 Veteran’s Day – Wear Uniform to School
- Oct. 24th Haunted Hike , CFE; Scary Hike Trails
- Oct. 23-25 Cub Scout Extravaganza, Camp Miles – Punta Gorda;
- Oct. 19 Halloween Pack Meeting #2, Bear Den Hosts 6-7 PM.
- Oct. 9-10th Manatee BALOO Training – CFE; Two River Leader Training 8AM-4PM
- Oct. 9-11 Family Camping #1 with the Pack, CFE
- Oct. 8 Ashton Bike Ralley at school- CANCELLED for RAIN
- Sept. 26
- Scout Friendship Hike , CFE
- Two River Tiger Tumble; Introduction Activities to Cub Scouting, while earning achievements and electives in the Tiger program.
- Sept. 19 Ten Commandment Hike.
- Hike trails,
- Examine God’s Law,
- Practice Duty to God
- Sept. 14 Pack Meeting #1
- Sept. 12 Popcorn Sales Begins
- Sept. 9th Recruitment Information Night, Ashton Elementary
- Aug 24th School Starts 2015-2016 year
- Aug 22nd End of Summer Pack Outing, YMCA Water Park
- July 18 Ellington Ice Rink
- June 20th Sky Zone Summer Activity
- June 6th Bayfront Park Summer Activity
- Mar. 9th, Spring Break
- Feb. 28th, Blue and Gold Celebration and Awards Ceremony
Feb. 14th, Pine Wood Derby
- Dec. 1st, all popcorn money due to Pack 100
Dec 5th, Cub Scout Winterfest (District)
Dec. 5th, Broke Back Dog Challenge (District)
Dec. 12th, Webelos Activity Weekend (District)
Dec. 15th, Pack Meeting, Holidays Around the World
- Sun., Nov. 2nd, Popcorn sales end.
- Mon, Nov. 3rd, Popcorn order sheets due to Pack 100.
(Wolf Den 5 turns into Mr. Harris at the “go see it”).
- Nov. 7th, Webelos Activity Weekend (District)
- Nov. 7th, Camping at Knights Trail
- Nov. 11th, Veteran’s Day, Flag Raising at Ashton Elementary
- Nov. 15th, Scouting for Food – Bags Out.
- Nov. 15th, popcorn arrives.
- Nov. 17th, Pack Meeting, Thanksgiving
Turkey Shoot and popcorn distribution
- Nov. 22nd, Scouting for Food – Bags In
Oct. 4th, Popcorn Sales, Publix
Oct. 4th, Fire Prevention Week Open House Station #5
Oct. 9th, Kindergarten Bike Rally,
Oct. 12, Popcorn Sales, Einstein Bagels
Oct. 13, Popcorn Sales, Einstein Bagels
Oct. 17th, Cub Scout Extravaganza at Camp Miles
Oct. 20th, Pack Meeting, Halloween Party
Sep. 4th, Scout Recruitment night
Sep. 6th, Service Project for our Charter
Sep. 13th, Popcorn Sales, Lowes
Sep. 15th, Pack Meeting, Popcorn Kick Off
Sep. 20th, 10 Commandment Hike (District)
Sep. 27th, Popcorn Sales, Lowes
Sep. 27th, Tiger Tumble
Sep. 28th, Popcorn Sales, STM Morning Services
Hello Pack 100 Families,
On behalf of the Pack Committee, we hope you have had a great summer! As we prepare to move into the new school year, we wanted to ask that each of you consider the following ways you can help continue to make Pack 100 the great Pack it has been for the past 50+ years! Our events can only continue if someone steps up to lead them. The following positions are activities/positions that are being held by those in the Webelos 1 den – who crossover in February. They would LOVE to share our experiences and knowledge with you while they are still here. As you know by now, the Pack can only go with volunteers leading us. With everyone taking a small piece it is very manageable – and your scout loves seeing you involved! Speaking personally, you will get so much more out of scouts than you put in it. Thank you to:
Advancements – Jane H. and Lori S.
Religious Emblems Coordinator – Jacquie W.
Ashton Elementary Contact – Molly H. will work with the Cubmaster and Mr. Renouf in promoting scouting at Ashton Elementary including Scout Night, Kindergarten Bike Rally, Flag Ceremonies, sending flyers home to kindergarten boys at year-end and other events that may come up throughout the year.
Scouting for Food – Coordinate our efforts with dropping off bags and picking them up. I have EVERYTHING you need to get you started. I will help you this year!! Easy, traditional Scouting service project!
Pinewood Derby – Coordinate a committee for this time-honored scouting day of racing! Again, our experienced leaders will walk you through the whole process.
Raingutter Regatta – Coordinate this fun-filled day. Nancy V. will be your contact due to her relationship with the Sarasota Sailing Squadron.
Outings Chair (Pack Committee Position) – A fun, but big job! You are responsible (along with input from Pack Committee) for our fun pack outings (camping, hikes, etc). Robin M. will train you!
Popcorn Kernel (Sheri C.)– Coordinate our popcorn fund raising efforts. Mike M. can teach you all you need to know about this position. Without funds the Pack cannot afford important things like repairs to the trailer, patches and awards. Traditionally the Pack has paid for registration fees for adult leaders. Popcorn sales is our one and only fund raiser for the year. We must be successful. Popcorn Kernel training is August 23rd.
Treasurer (Pack Committee Position) – Makes deposits, write checks, reconciles and manages our Pack checking account. Mike M. will teach you how!
Committee Chair (Pack Committee Position) – Calling and presiding Pack Leader meetings, assist Cubmaster and committee to plan and carry out the Cub Scout program in the Pack.
Cubmaster – Michael H.
Michelle D. will be moving on to Adult Leader Training District Level and to serve as staff for Wood Badge.
Pack Committee Positions are voting positions and you would attend Pack Committee Meetings on the 2nd Thursday of every month at STM.
Our first Committee meeting of the year – Thursday, August 14th, at 6:30 PM in the Spirit Center at St. Thomas More. ALL parents are invited to attend this meeting as our committee plans the calendar for this year and we can answer any questions about the various positions. More information on Pack Committee Positions can be found by clicking this link or pasting it into your browser: http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/CubScouts/Leaders/About/ThePack/cmast.aspx —
Cubmaster Pack 100
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|Hi Pack 100 families!It’s here! Our end of summer bash at the YMCA Splash Park is this Saturday, August 9th from 10-2:00 . Cost is $7.50 per person (free to YMCA members). Bring a picnic lunch or food is available for purchase at the snack bar. Don’t forget sun screen, swim suit, towel, goggles. Please, RSVP to this message so we can give the park a head count for our group. Thank you, hope to see you there. Michelle Dunn, Cubmaster Pack 100 email@example.com / 941-806-8133 Don’t forget to post any pictures to our Shutterfly site.|
posted Jul 9, 2014, 7:28 PM by Webbie Akela
|Saturday, July 12, 2014 Stardust Skating Rink 1:30—4 PMRock and Roll around the rink with your fellow scouts to fun music and lights. Fun for the whole family. $7.00 p/p covers admission, skate rental, and soda. Located: 2571 12th Street, Sarasota, FL 34237 Directions: http://www.stardustskatecenter.net/directions.htm|
July 26, 2014 AMF Bowling
Have a ball as you knock some pins and escape the summer heat. $6.50 pp covers 2 hours
8/2/2014 Fishing at Hart Landing 6 a.m. to 10 a.m.
The early bird gets the worm and the early fisherman catches the fish. Join the scouts and see who can hook the biggest catch! FREE bring your own gear, water and sun block, bait will be provided by pack.
8/9/2014 WATER DAY @ Potter Park YMCA 10—2
Lifeguards watch over the scouts as they splash, slide, dive and have a cool and refreshing fan day. $7.50 pp admission only. YMCA members are free
|Summer Activities & the Summer 2014 Newsletter with details on planned events:
Be sure to take a look in the Newsletter at the additional “Other Stuff” scout friends are looking to do.
| Attachments: Summer 2014.pdf
|Message sent: Jun 1, 2014 9:30 PM We are scheduled to attend the World of Oceans festival at Mote Marine from 10 AM -1 PM. regular admission price ($14.75 for kids age 4-12, $19.75 for adults, free to members). Please RSVP to our Great Cubmaster firstname.lastname@example.org. If you plan on attending please plan on paying Mote when you arrive. Pack 100 leaders will not be collecting payment for this event.|
|Hello Pack 100 families!It was nice to see everyone at bowling tonight. Thank you to NancyV for coordinating the event. And thank you to RachaelW for the awesome cake!This Saturday, May 17th, is Crossover at Camp Flying Eagle. 16009 Upper Manatee River Road, Bradenton. The whole family is invited. We will start at 4 PM with fun and games. Dinner is at 6 PM and a special ceremony at 7:30 PM. I need a head count so we can buy groceries. Cost of dinner is $2 per person. We will be offering burgers and hot dogs. Let me know how many are coming and whether you’d like a burger or hot dog. If you have a fun, outdoor game you would like to share please bring it. So far, we have families bringing corn hole (a.k.a bean bag toss), frisbee golf and ladder toss. Scouts wear your class B uniform to play in and bring your class A to wear to the ceremony.MichelleD, Cubmaster Pack email@example.com|
|Date: Tue, May 6, 2014 at 6:38 PM Our Cub Scout year is almost over … what a fun year we have had!Next Monday the 12th at 6pm we are having a year-end party at AMF Gulf Gate Lanes for the entire pack! Cost is $4.38 for shoe rental for each scout or sibling that would like to bowl – bowling time is free. Each den will decide on their own about pizza and drinks. The Webelos den will provide a cake for everyone (thank you to Webelos parent, Rachael Witherspoon for baking and donating a large portion of the cost!). Please RSVP to your den leader.|
|March 29-30 St. Thomas More Ministries Fair: 2 PM to 7 PM on Saturday; and 9 AM to 2 PM on Sunday. We need volunteers to sign up for shifts to work our table at this convention style event. You will great visitors, answer questions about scouting and hopefully sign up new members for our Pack. The theme is Mardi Gras. Volunteers can wear their scout uniform or Mardi Gras type costumes or accessories. Please, RSVP and let me know what hours you can do. I can do setup on Saturday.April 3rd Round Table- 7pm at the LDS church 3000 E. Venice Ave, Venice This is a monthly meeting for adult leaders and parents to meet with people from other units in our district to share ideas and learn new things about scouting.April 5th District Pinewood Derby Scouts that placed 1st, 2nd and 3rd at each den level may compete with scouts from Packs in our District. I will distribute more info as it becomes available.April 10th Pack Committee meeting 6:30pm in the Hope classroom at STM Come join us. Find out what we do and add your talents to ours to make our Pack the best it can be.April 11-13 Family Camping Myakka State Park This is our last camping event for this year. Don’t miss it! RSVP by April 7th. Cost is $12 per person includes park admission, craft supplies, 3 meals on Saturday and breakfast Sunday. Bring work gloves, sunscreen, water bottles as we will be doing a service project with the park ranger.April 21 Pack Meeting 6pm in the Spirit Center Awards, advancements, games and a presentation on the Religious Emblems Knot program. I need each den to be ready to present a skit or song for the meeting. www.boyscouttrail.com is an excellent resource.April 26 Rain Gutter Regatta 10am-1pm at the Sarasota Sailing Squadron. We will build, decorate and race our boats all in the same day. This event was outstanding last year. Weather permitting we may get to go out on a real sailboat after our event has concluded. More info to come.|
|Hopefully, everyone had a great time at our Blue and Gold Banquet! It was a fun evening and is always so exciting to see the scouts receive their rank badges … and a bit emotional sending our Webelos 2 off to Boy Scouts! Congrats to those five scouts on their next chapter in scouting! All scouts in attendance will receive a Blue and Gold patch at our March pack meeting.Did you leave something behind at Blue and Gold? Nancy V. ended up with various uniform parts, scout gifts (water bottles), etc. Let her know if you are missing something! Did you bake a cake? If so, please inform the Advancements Chair, so a Cake Bake Patch can be ordered for you! These are the noted being seen. Please let Nancy V. know if you are not on the list!
Wondering where to put that new badge and arrow points? Please see the attached guide and feel free to ask the awards chair if you have any questions (Nancy V. pays Children’s World $3 per patch and they know exactly where to sew it on)! You may be thinking … now that my scout has his rank badge, what is next? For the remainder of the year until Crossover in May, Tigers, Wolves and Bears work on their electives to earn beads (Tigers) and arrow points (Wolves and Bears). Webelos keep working on Activity Badges. The Advancements Chair will be awarding beads and arrow points at the March, April and May pack meetings. After that, you move on to your next rank and it all starts again! Spring Break is right around the corner! Check out the Family Travel Belt Loop if you are going on a trip … a great, easy way for your scout to earn this belt loop. Remember, you can work on belt loops and pins as well as electives on your own outside of den meetings. Just work with your den leader on the requirements he/she has for showing the work. Here is the link to the belt loops page. Simply click on the belt loop and it will show you the requirements. http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/CubScouts/Parents/Awards/CubScoutAcademicsandSportsProgram.aspx That’s all for now! A lot more fun things coming up this spring … NASA Camping, Earth Day Camping, Cub-O-Ree and Raingutter Regatta (Pinewood Derby with sailboats powered by your lung power and a straw!) just to name a few! It all culminates with our Crossover Ceremony on Saturday, May 17th when the scouts officially graduate up to their next rank. Have a great week! And, as always,Nancy V., the Advancements Chair is here to answer any questions you may have.
2013 – 2014 School Year
School is back in session, new scouts are with us, and dens are meeting with a new year agenda.
|Hello Pack Families!Please see the Camp Link and it’s attached flyer for Spring Cub-O-Ree camping March 21-23. It is at Camp Flying Eagle in Manatee County. This is a Council sponsored event packed full of fun activities. Please review the flyer and RSVP to me. I will do all of the registrations for the pack. This event is the weekend after we get back from NASA camping. I know it’s a bit much to camp too weekends in a row. However, I know there are many families that weren’t able to go to NASA camping and may enjoy this event. The cost will be $35 per person. That includes meals and event registration. If you want a T-shirt it will be another $8 and I will need to know your shirt sizes. Please, RSVP by March 3rd so I have time to complete our registration. Thank you! Cubmaster Pack 100 firstname.lastname@example.org|
|The Boy Scouts of America designates the Sunday that falls before February 8 (Scouting Anniversary Day) as Scout Sunday, which is the primary date to recognize the contributions of young people and adults to Scouting.Scout Sunday is this Sunday, February 2nd. You may choose to either attend the 11:30 Contemporary Mass at St. Thomas More with other members of Pack 100 and Troop 100 or you may attend your regular church in your Class A uniform. Scouts that attend a service in their Class A uniform will receive a 2014 Scout Sunday Commemorative Patch. Please email me no later than Monday, February 3rd if your scout wore his Class A uniform to a service on Sunday so I can place the patch order along with our Blue and Gold Advancements.|
|Please join us in our annual Blue and Gold Celebration as we recognize our forwarding Webelos 2, and also our advancing Cub Scouts in receiving their rank badges. February 3rd is the Advancements deadline for recognition at the Blue and Gold Celebration. February 3rd is also the Reservations Deadline, (see below attachments).Spread the word over the next few weeks at your favorite retailers, kids’ activities, restaurants, … to contact Tina Prieur,email@example.com for details on participation/donation of Raffle Prizes to this wonderful event.|
| Attachments: RSVP For Blue and Gold at Pinewood Derby!.zip
|Pinewood Derby Races Saturday morning, January 25th.Bring your car, money for lunch and a T-shirt, and a $25 check to “Pack 100” for Recharter, and RSVP for Blue and Gold. This event will take place in lieu of a normal Monday evening Pack meeting for January. Advancements will be awarded, uniform is Class A. Email your car names to Cubmaster@pack100.com prior to Saturday. Be sure to allow time for arrival, weigh-in and any last minute adjustments! Setup 8am, Weigh-in 9am-9:30, Adjustments and the Race begins 10 AM! Absolutely No late entries. Pack 100 will be selling remaining popcorn and Class B t-shirts for Akelas and scouts alike Troop 100 will be selling: Lunch and snack items. Awards of Trophies, Medals, Ribbons, and Pinewood Derby Patches will be given out for participants, including siblings.Renew your Scout Membership Now! RE-CHARTER Information: The fee is $25 which will renew your scout until next February. Organization deadline is by January 31st. Please bring a check payable to Pack 100 for $25. John Donovan, Membership Chair, will be at Pinewood Derby Registration for collection. RSVP NOW by Saturday at the Pine Wood Derby if you will be continuing with scouting for the next year. Webelos 2, recharter now, then on crossover to the Troop, we will transfer your membership for you to them.January’s Cub Scout family camping in Zolfo Springs at Pioneer Park was cancelled for attendance.|
16th, Monday, Pack Meeting,
2nd, 9th, Monday, Den Meetings, 6 PM at church hall.
18th, Monday, Pack Meeting – Turkey Shoot
14th, Committee Meeting
8th-10th, Family Camping – CANCELLED
7th, Thursday, Round Table in Venice
4th, Monday, Den Meetings, 6 PM at Church Hall
25th-27th, Camping at Oscar Scherer State Park
21st, Meeting Pack, Costume contest, Awards and Recognition, Potluck Supper
19th, Saturday, Leader Training and Popcorn Sales at Publix
19th, Saturday, Popcorn Sales at Farmer’s Market with Boy Scouts Troop 100
14th, Den Meetings, 6 PM church hall.
7th, Monday, Den Meetings
5th, Saturday, Popcorn Sales at Einstein Bagels, Trailer cleanout
September 31st, Den Meetings 6 PM at church hall.
28th, Saturday Tiger Tumble and Fort Desoto Tour
16th, Meeting Pack, Awards and Recognition
14th, Popcorn Sales begins
10th, Ashton Scout Recruitment Night 6:30 PM -7:30 PM in Class A uniforms.
9th, Monday 1st meeting, 6PM at church hall