Pinewood Derby is soon to start, the kit have been handed out and its time for the boys and parents to start carving out their designs! Below are the event details.
Date: Friday January 25th, 2013
Time: Doors open @ 6:00pm ( 1st Time Trials are estimated to start @ 6:15pm – We may change this to have a specific dens report in at this time)
Location: Queen of Angels Church Basement, 2330 W Sunnyside Avenue Chicago, IL 60625 Read more »
Update 12/10/2012 – Special Thanks to the Flynns, Paul Krappman & Angie Herschel for assisting in the rainy day event. Thank you to all parents and scouts who helped out:
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When & Where
The Pack 3894 Fall Campout will be held at Rock Cut State Park on Friday October 12th through Sunday October 14th at Youth Group Camp sites 007, 008, 009, and 010.
Rock Cut State Park is located in Loves Park, IL ( West of Rockford) 60 miles from Chicago. We have reserved four of the best group campsites right on the lake.
In addition to the specific achievement-oriented activities coordinated by each den leader the following amenities are also available: Read more »
When & Where? The Pack 3894 Spring Family Camp out will be held at Seward Bluffs Forest Preserve from Friday, May 18, through Sunday, May 20, 2012. Seward Bluffs Forest Preserve is located at 16999 Comly Road, Seward, IL 61077 (65 miles from Chicago).
All Scouting families (siblings included) are encouraged to come out for this fun camping adventure, and if you know any families who are considering joining the Pack next year, invite them as well. We hope everyone will come out for the entire weekend, but there are pricing options for 1 night / day trip, or 2 night only.
Activities will include hiking, sports, campfires, and specific achievement-oriented activities coordinated by each den leader. Here are the event details: Read more »
Attention Parents of Webelos Age Scouts ( Those Scouts entering 4th or 5th grade after June 2012)
There are many opportunities for your son to attend Day, Overnight & Resident Camp this year, and it can be quite confusing for many parents on what the differences are and where they are located. The Pack and Chicago Area Council belief is that is very important for your son to try and make one of these camps this year; with 5 different dates to choose from there should be no excuse to have your son attend a session. Also money should be no objection as the council has provided two options to help aid you financial for anyone of these camps. See further below.
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