Pack 3894 will start a new tradition this year which we hope will raise awareness among the local community , and our scouting district . The purpose is to have a unique large campfire in an urban area at the same time to bid farewell to our Cub Scouts bridging over to Boy Scouts. On Friday May 4th @ 6:30pm at 2232 W Lawrence , Pack 3894 is excited to present our Closing Season Pack Night / Campfire to recognize some our boys who have reached Cub Scouting’s highest honor and to bid farewell to the Huskies Den . Bring Blankets and Chairs
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MAKE YOUR UNITED WAY DONATION WORK FOR YOU!
The United Way does not allocate any funds for Scouting in the Chicago Area Council. However, you can direct your United Way gift to support your child or other children in your neighborhood. Click here to download the form needed to direct your United Way donation to the Chicago Area Council.
DONATE YOUR CAR TO SUPPORT SCOUTING
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CEREMONY SCOUTS NEEDED MAY 9TH AND 10TH
The Chicago Area Council’s construction & metals industry dinner shows are the largest fund-raising events of the year for the Chicago Area Council. We expect that over 3,000 people will attend this year. This is a great opportunity to showcase your Scouting participation in the opening ceremonies in front of prominent community and business leaders. These events will be held at the Hyatt Regency Chicago on 151 East Wacker Drive in the east tower Grand Ballroom. Dinner will be provided for Scouts and leaders. For more information please contact Myriam.Herrera@Scouting.org or click here for the flyer.
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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