Chicago Cub Scouts » Blue and Gold Dinner to be held Friday evening, March 8th! Please see note about Pre-Registration for the event.

Blue and Gold Dinner to be held Friday evening, March 8th! Please see note about Pre-Registration for the event.

The Cub Scout Blue & Gold Dinner is an annual celebration of the birthday of Scouting. This year Boy Scouts turn 103, Cub Scouts turn 83, and our very own Pack 3894 turns 44 years old! Join your Scout for this fun family event which includes an evening of den stories, recognition of rank advancement, and a family dinner.

Date/Time

Friday, March 8, 2013

Doors open at 5:30 p.m.

Ceremony starts promptly at 6:00 p.m. (and runs approximately 2 hours)

 

Location

Queen of Angels Guild Hall

4416 North Western Avenue

 

Registration & Admission

Advance online registration and payment is required at http://reg.chicagocubscouts.com

Deadline for registration: Wednesday, March 6

$10 per family

 

Please bring a donation of a basic household necessity to benefit the St. Vincent De Paul Society’s Lenten Drive.*

Items needed include toilet paper, paper towels, laundry detergent, diapers, toothpaste, dish soap, feminine products and the like.

 

Family Dinner

Pack will provide beverages, cheese pizza, pasta, salad, fruit, utensils, tableware and napkins.

Den Assignments

Desserts (4 dozen from each den):

Charging Rhinos, Golden Dragons, Lighting Bullets, Thundercats, Mountain Lions, Lego Bears

Snack Mix (3 Costco size bags from each den):

Sharks, Scorpions

 

Reminders

Scouts should wear their full Class A uniform. Each den is responsible to clean up their table area. Leave no trace! Also, please consider doing a “Good Turn” and help clean up after the event.

 

Please consider volunteering to help with the Blue & Gold Dinner before or during the event. Sign up at :www.SignUpGenius.com/go/30E0D4BA5AF28A13-2013

For updates, visit www.chicagocubscouts.com

 

*The theme of the 2013 Blue & Gold Dinner is the Cub Scout’s core value of Compassion: Being kind and considerate and showing concern for the well-being of others. To put this core value into action, Pack 3894 is holding a household necessity collection to benefit local families through the St. Vincent De Paul Society.

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