September Registration Date & Harvest Jam News
Saturday, September 18, 2010 @ 1:00pm to 6:00pm.
In front of Queen of Angels Church
2330 W Sunnyside
Interested in learning more about Scouting? Or have interest in volunteering your time as committee or leadership role for Pack 3894? Or are you already involved with the Pack and want to know what’s going on at Harvest Jam in relationship to Cub Scouts ?
Here is what we have planned , you’ll see our booth and activities planned:
- Information Booth – Sign up your Son for Scouting, answer any questions.
- Take a wild Rope Bridge Climb and see if you can make it across. ( Ticket Required to Climb)
- First Aid Tent – Triage Area for Harvest Jam – give us your tired, your wounded and we’ll bandage you up!
- Lost Parent – So you had one too many and lost your child, chances are our Cub Scouts found them!
- Learn more about our upcoming events, pick up Popcorn Fundraising Information.
- Cub Scout “Chill Zone” – all non working Cub Scouts are encourage to drop by, relax and share in the fun.
We strongly encourage your Cub Scouts to wear their Uniform at Harvest Jam, but not required.
Please email CubMaster to find out more information.
What to bring if your a New Parent to the Pack and not registered???
- Ideally both parents in attendance.
- Fill out the
Family Roster & Survey before the meeting
- Check or Cash ($50.oo per Scout – this covers National Registration Fee, Boys Life Montlhy Subscription, all patches on Uniform, Class B Uniform T-shirt, some yearly Pack Events)
See you there!!
Are you interested in Racing Cars? No not pinewood derby racers, but actually Indy Cars!? Here is a great event to bring your scout that allows for huge discount of tickets. Chicagoland Speedway, along with the Boy Scouts of America and Dale Coyne Racing, would like to extend this special ticket offer, good for all Scouts and their families and friends for the PEAK Motor Oil and Antifreeze INDY 300 on Aug. 28, 2010. We invite you to come and support the No. 19 Boy Scouts of America car and its driver Alex Lloyd. There will be more details soon regarding driver appearances as well as other Boy Scout exclusive events. Chicagoland Speedway, the BSA and Dale Coyne Racing hope you can come cheer on the No. 19 car to the Checkered Flag!
Scout Day at the Chicagoland Speedway – August 28, 2010
Learn more about Scout Day at the Chicagoland Speedway
Scoutfest is one of those rare events that does not come often, unfortunately it is planned on same Day that Harvest Jam is scheduled for. However for those not attending Harvest Jam here is alternative that we highly recommend. Come celebrate the 100th anniversary of Scouting where it all began, downtown Chicago. ScoutFEST 100 will take place on September 18th at Northerly Island. This event is a once in a lifetime opportunity that will feature a midway of Scouting activities, an urban adventure hike, and a night under the stars and the Chicago skyline which will include a spectacular stage show in the Charter One Pavilion featuring Smash Mouth, fireworks over Lake Michigan, and camping in downtown Chicago. Be sure to check back often as new components are added!
Learn More about Scout Fest 100
When & Where?The Pack 3894 Fall Campout will be held at Apple River Canyon State Park on Saturday October 9th, 2010, plan to leave Chicago @ 11 am. Apple River Canyon State Park is located in Apple River, IL ( NorthWest of Rockford) 90 miles from Chicago.
Why this location? We wanted to keep the cost low, allow for enough campers ( most sites do not allow more 30 campers), and provide more adventure and trully get away from the city and for many of the scouts & even parent would be an experience they wont forget. Apple River Park will provide us with the following amenities:
Water Front Camping
Drive-in /Pull up Access to site
Long Hike Trails
Dark Sky for a Star Hike
Individual Fire/Charcoal Pits
How much? FREE! Just carpool with another Family member and pay for the tolls ( under $5) and gas.
See Google map below for details.
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Schedule of Events – Tenative
Saturday October 9th
11am – Departure
1-2pm – Camp Arrival ( we need everyone to plan to leave Chicago by 1pm)
2-4pm – Den Activity
4pm – Dinner Preparation
6pm – Dinner Complete
Dusk- Campfire Ceremony
After Campfire – Star Hike
Sunday October 10th
7am – Wake up Call
8am – Breakfast
12pm Break Camp
Click here to see Apple River Canyon Park Information.
Click here to see the Local Map of Apple River Canyon Trails
Welcome to all new & existing parents , we do require this new method of updating our Pack records. Please click on link below to fill out the form and survey.
Family Roster & Survey