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You. and Pack 75. Weston. You have to participate with your son to complete the program achievement requirements in his Cub Handbook.

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You

and Pack 75

Weston

  • You have toparticipate with your son to complete the program achievement requirements in his Cub Handbook.
  • You need to attend monthly Pack Events. The Den depends on him to do his part in a skit or song, or other job. He should be present to receive recognition & awards.
  • You must participate in the Pack Fundraiser. Registration fees cover LESS THAN HALF of the annual operating costs.
  • You are required to assist with Den and Pack activities throughout the year "To make the Pack Go.“

Pack

Your $125 Membership Registration Fee Covers:

$40 National BSA registration, insurance, Boy’s Life

15 BSA Program awards and badges for boys

40 Den Dues (weekly meeting supplies & activities)

25 School facility fees (3 pack mtgs & 1 Pinewood Derby)

$5 (Does not cover the $10/cub website fee

or any other Pack Meeting Expense!)

Parent Orientation Guide

2013-14 MONTHLY PACK EVENTS

**Plus fee for adults.

September 21st, 2013

Weston Intermediate School Cafetorium

  • Optional Scouting Outings – Pay-As-You-Go
  • Third parties offer scouting events coordinated by the Pack as optional “enrichment” outings for those that want to pay the additional event fee. The Pack does not profit from these events and they fall outside the core program of monthly pack events and den meetings which are funded through member registration and annual fundraising.
  • 2013-14 Optional Scouting Enrichment Outings Coordinated by Pack 75 (at publication):
  • - Army Scout Day at West Point (September 14, 2013)
  • - Fishing Derby at Deer Lake (April 5th , 2014)
  • Webelos Overnight Woods (October 26-27, 2013)
  • - BSA Day Camp (Camp Hoyt- July) and BSA Resident (Camp Deer Lake- August)

Sponsored and Supported by

Weston Volunteer Fire Department

Pack 75 and the WVFD believe in promoting preparedness, safety, responsibility, and unselfish service to one’s community.

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THE CUB SCOUT PROGRAM

Boys within the Pack are grouped into small Dens of 6-8 boys based on their grade in school, or rank. The Cub Scout program is then delivered through age-appropriate activities in the rank handbooks. BSA has almost 100 years invested studying boys and developing the programs.

www.WestonPack75.org

  • Calendars for the Pack and Den
  • Bulletins & Announcements
  • Event Information Flyers & Registrations
  • Contact Information
  • Lost & Found Information in “The Exchange”
  • Pictures from Den & Pack events

Required Uniform

Shirt

Neckerchief

Neckslide

Cap

Handbook

Patches

TIGER: 1st grade boys are with a parent partner. Each Tiger Cub family team is a part of their den and work together on den activities, family activities and “Go See Its”- field trip activities.

Where to Buy Uniforms & Handbook

WOLF: 2nd grade boys work on 12 Achievements to earn the Wolf rank badge, and then may work on electives in different interest areas. Most requirements are home-based.

Liberty Army & Navy

1439 Post Rd. East or 565 Connecticut Ave

Westport CT 06880 Norwalk, CT 06854

203-255-6066 203-852-9910

BSA Council Shop

60 Wellington Road

Milford, CT 06460

(800) 333-7905

BEAR: 3rd grade boys complete 12 of 24 Achievements before working on Electives. Most requirements are home-based with more den activities and achievements. This program offers more “choice” as the boys expand their individual interests.

PACK 75 ORGANIZATION

CHARTERED ORG.

WVFD: Jim McGuire

PACK COMMITTEE CHAIR

Rick Phillips

WEBELOS: The program progresses for 4th & 5th grade boys to an 18-month

program that shifts Activity requirements from the home to the Den. WEBELOS (“WE’ll BE LOyal Scouts”) involves more outdoor programs to prepare for Boy Scouts.

CUB MASTER

Gai Bos

PACK COMMITTEE OFFICERS

Treasurer Tammy Roberts

Fundraising Roger J. Bos

Awards & Adv. Tammy Roberts

Quartermaster. Jim McGuire

Web Master/Publicity Roger J. Bos

ASST. CUB MASTERS

Rick Phillips

  • 2013 ANNUAL FUNDRAISING
  • Must cover cash shortfall on annual expenses!
  • Goal is for every scout to sell $350
  • WHY POPCORN?
  • 1/3 of revenues stays in Weston, 1/3 to Council, 1/3 to cost
  • Council maintains facilities like Camp Hoyt & Deer Lake.
  • SCOUT LEARNING EXPERIENCE
  • Present and sell ideas (important life skill)
  • Earn prizes as a reward for hard work
  • CUB BUCKS!After the first $100, the Pack will return 6% of a cub’s sales in Cub Bucks!
  • Cub Bucks may be used for any payment to Pack 75.

DEN LEADERS

Jr. Webelos

Lynn Phillips & Gai Bos

Tammy Roberts & Lisa Moskal

Sr. Webelos

Dave & Catherine Iacoponi

Katie Gregory & Amanda

McElligot