Join us this Friday, May 22 at 6:30pm – Manatee Bay cafeteria, for the last pack meeting of the year!! It is a crossover event and all scouts will receive a neckerchief for next rank.
Don’t forget to congratulate Pine Island District’s Cubmaster of the year, your very own Warren Howard!!!
There he is, ladies and gentlemen – Cubmaster of the Year!! Surrounded by our MVP and Go-Getter recipients. Congratulations, Pack 183 winners!!!
Please join us in the Memorial Day Parade on Monday May 25th where we recognize the sacrifices given by so many men and women to keep and protect our freedom.
The event parade starts at Davie Fire administration building at 6901 Orange Drive and ends at the Bergeron rodeo grounds. Please plan to be there at 945am, the parade will leave at 1015am PROMPT, for a memorial service at the rodeo grounds at 11am to 12noon.
I would suggest you park at the rodeo grounds and walk back to the start point, there is better parking there and easier to leave after the service.
Full details, route map, timings and other information on flags and patches are in the attached flier.
Please dress in full class A uniform, bring your Flags (there will flags for sale $1 each), scouts can ride their bicycles if they want (wear helmets please and decorate red, white & blue) and all the family is welcome to join us in the parade.
Hello Parents – Cub Scout Day camp is fast approaching! If you register by April 30, the price is an amazing $115 per week. Please take a look at the attached flyer for more information.
Julie Romaniw, Pack 183 Committee Chair
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Good afternoon Pack 183,
Check your email for the registration link for the 2015 PINE ISLAND DISTRICT CUB-O-REE April 24, 25 & 26 at Camp Elmore in Davie.
The District Cub-O-Ree is an opportunity for boys and their families to enjoy a fun weekend full of games, competitions and activities in the company of other Packs.
Cost is $30.00/person, 5 and under free for Weekend Camping or $10.00/person, 5 and under free for a Saturday Day Pass.
Fees and registration will both be due by Friday April 17th!
If you have any questions, please let me know.
Parents Help Wanted!
We need at least 10 volunteers to help out with this year’s Pinewood Derby on Saturday April 11th… We have a lot of work and a very short time to get it all set up before the racers arrive… If you can help out please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org Thanks in advance for your assistance…
Good evening Pack 183 families!
Well the time is almost here to attend the awesomely wonderful camp at Camp Sawyer in the beautiful Florida Keys!!
PLEASE READ ENTIRE EMAIL!! Very important information is included.
What to bring in addition to the usual camping gear:
– Dinner for your family for Friday or stop on the way down
– Sunscreen (very important), hats, visors, water shoes (we don’t want boo boos on the little ones, big ones either. Lol) & bug spray. Mosquitos can sometimes be a little awful. Hopefully, not this weekend, but be prepared!
– Salt water ready fishing rods, if you have them. There will be free time Saturday afternoon
– Folding tables, if you have them. We will not have use of the pavilion this time, so extra tables would come in handy
– Water!! At least 2 gallons per family- it will be on the warm side and WATER will be vital!!
Florida Keys, Scout Key
mile marker 33.9
– Gates will not be unlocked until 5pm, please do not arrive before 5pm
Where to go upon arrival:
– We will be setting up camp in the Snapper & Wahoo section(see attached map of campground)
The menu and duty roster are attached.
If you have any questions, please let me know!
Call or text 954-651-8775 on Friday if you need anything!
Camp Sawyer 2015 meal menu
Camp Sawyer 2015 Duty Roster
Our second and final “Cut the Car” night for the Pinewood Derby is tonight Thursday March 12 6:30-7:30pm at Manatee Bay Elementary. This is a chance to get your scout’s wood block cut into the rough shape that he wants.
If you have not received your Pinewood Derby car kit yet we will have them at the school tonight. We will have extra cars available for $5 each at the Cut the Car night.
We want this to be fun for the scouts and the best way to make it fun is to let the scout do the work himself. Win or lose every scout will be rewarded at the Pinewood Derby for his efforts.
Pinewood Derby Rules:
1. Cars can weigh a maximum of 5.0 ounces. The cars will be officially weighed in on the pack scale at the Pinewood Derby.
2. Only powdered graphite is allowed as a lubricant. NO we lubricants are allowed to be used on the axles or wheels.
3. Cars run in the 2015 Pinewood Derby must have been built this year. Previous year’s cars cannot be entered and run.
4. Axles and wheels must be installed in the pre-cut area in the car. No modifications to the axle or wheel are allowed.
5. Wheels and axles must be official BSA Pinewood Derby wheels and axles.
6. Pre-cut cars or kits are not allowed.
If there are any questions please see your den leader or let me know.
Hello Pack 183!
Thursday the 12th is our final “Cut The Car Night” at Manatee Bay Elem. at 6:30pm. If you still have a block of wood instead of a aerodynamic Pinewood Derby car then don’t miss this chance to have your car cut… If you didn’t receive your Pinewood Derby Car Kit yet we will have them on hand to give out to scouts and if Siblings or parents want to participate we will have extra kits available for only $5.00 each… Any questions contact your Den leader.
Hello Pack 183!!!
The camping committee is gearing up to give you a great experience in the Keys next weekend at Camp Sawyer.
During the next week, if you haven’t done so already, we need you to fill out the BSA Annual Health Form for your scout AND take the Youth Protection course as a requirement for camping.
The health form can be filled out online and emailed back to me at email@example.com – http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf I do not keep electronic copies of the health form due to privacy issues. Forms are kept in a folder in the camping trailer. We are required to have a health form on file for all camping scouts in case of emergencies.
All camping and Tiger parents MUST take the Youth Protection course. The Youth Protection course is essential to ensure the safety of our scouts and families.
To take Youth Protection training go to MyScouting.org and create an account. From the MyScouting.org portal, click on E-Learning and take the Youth Protection training. Upon completion, print a certificate of completion to submit to the Pack Chair, Julie Romaniw, in person or send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you to those parents who have already sent me their certificates and health forms.
Please let me know of any questions – Julie Romaniw, Pack 183 Commitee Chair – email@example.com
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