Karst Farm Park

What a great time we had at Karst Farm Park this past weekend!  Thank you leaders, families, and scouts for attending, helping and enjoying the activities.

Saturday was the first of 3 summer time events the Pack will be conducting.  By planning and delivering the 3 events the Pack can qualify for the National Summertime Pack Award and for scouts attending all three events they will qualify for the individual award.  Also, for each den who  has at least 50% attendance at all three events there is also a Den award.

We had a great turn out for June, July is our Camping weekend, and in August we are planning on having a joint Open House activity with the BSA Troop from the Church. Details on the July and August Events will be coming soon! The weather looks to be hot and dry for a while, so plan accordingly on all outdoor activities.

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See everyone soon!

 

 

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March Pack Meeting – Crossover Ceremony

Thrusday night (March 22, 2012) we will be having a special Pack Meeting.  Instead of our normal monthly Pack Meeting we will be having a Cross-over Ceremony for one our Webelos Scouts who will be moving on to Boy Scouts.  This is a special ceremony as our Scout will also be receiving the Arrow of Light rank which he has earned by completing seven Activity Badges representing the seven trials of Akela’s people and he has learned the Laws of Scouting.

The program will be held at St. Paul’s Church and will begin with the Color Guard flag ceremony.  Following the Cross-over ceremony, the Pack will be providing a Pizza dinner for our Den families and guests.  The program should begin around 6:30pm and will conclude with a retiring of the colors sometime around 8:30pm.

Hope to see everyone there tomorrow to help us celebrate Evan’s achievements in Scouting.

                                                                       

Pack 121 Celebrates The Birth of Scouting

The annual celebration of Scoutings Birth Day is celebrated every year in February and for the Cub Scouts that means the Blue and Gold Banquet.  This year Pack 121 celebrated the Blue and Gold banquet with a special guest speaker.  Mrs. Kisters whose husband Sgt. Gerry Kisters was awarded the Congressional Medal of Honor, the Distinguished Service Cross, the Purple Heart and many other accommodations for service and sacrifice during WWII honored the pack by sharing her husbands story.  She also brought along all of the medals he received for his courage and service.

What a wonderful story about not only an american hero, but also a former scout and resident of Bloomington, Indiana.  The Monroe County Airport, is named Kisters Field in honor of Sgt. Kisters.  The kids had a great time and what a great history lesson and honor it was to have Mrs. Kisters speak to the pack.

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