This year’s District campout was two weeks ago and I must say how AwEsOmE it was.  Definitely one of our better ones this year.  There were many Packs from the District as well as two Troops for support – our very own Troop 357 and Troop 69.   The theme for this Family campout was Olympics with each Pack designating a Country.  There were many creative sports on the field including Javalyn throw, Circular Dodge, Long jump and our own Shot put & the Untie Relay.  Dinner was also an event on its own…

Many thanks to all the Leaders, Committee Members and Parents whom made the campout incredible!  Enjoy the Pics!

 

We attended the Thunderbird District Family Campout 2 weeks ago at Camp Everglades and it was a great turnout.  Not only from our Pack, but the District.  Thunderbird District is one of the oldest District’s in South Florida and many Packs showed that this outing.  The theme was the Council of Nations and our Pack had chosen the Inuit’s.  During opening ceremony, all Packs presented their token to display on the map as well as a presentation about their chosen tribe.  Cane, Luke, Marques, Zachary and Anthony let the presentation.  Saturday was outstanding with several activities that both the Scouts and Parents enjoyed.  It was overcast in the morning but the weather stuck with us and could not have been better.  No mosquito’ either!

Each Pack was responsible for an activity or two and I have to admin, I believe both of our activities took the cake with Kevin and his Travois rides’ and a talented girls school project. :)  Saturday dinner was Awesome and the Crossover presentation was super cool where all of the Scouts partook in.  We ended Saturday night with a Hot Dog and Smores’ by our camp fire with our neighbors from Pack 137.  Another great camping trip under our belts for the season.  As always, thanks to all the leaders as well as parents for all the hard work they did.  Enjoy the images!

funday_2014We had a great turnout at this year’s Cub Scout Family Fun Day.  This was the first of many South Florida Council events which was held at three different locations.  Of course, us being in the Thunderbird District, we went to Homestead Air Reserve Park.  The weather was HOT but worked out beautifully as there were no clouds in sight.  It had a medieval theme and there was even a Knight testing the new recruits for their Bobcat.  There were a total of fourteen (14) stations and most, if not all Scouts enjoyed them all.  The Scouts earned there Archery and BB Gun shooting belt loop which will be awarded at the next Pack meeting.  The Webelos also completed a necessary requirement or two.  At the end, the Scouts walked out with this cool looking patch!

Enjoy the pics and if anyone is kind enough to send me more, I will gladly post them.

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