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Volunteer!The Scouts Need YOU! Without parent volunteers Pack 282 cannot function. There are many opportunities available on the Pack committee or through your Den. Speak with your Den Leader about what YOU can do for the Cub Scouts!
 
There are many committee spots available. Click here for a committee roster to see the openings.
 
Pack Pictures...Calling all scouts! The webmaster is looking for new photos for the website. If you would like to submit a photo click here to upload and your photo will be reviewed.
(The upload feature is currently unavailable. Please send photos to the webmaster via email. Please include event and Den # where applicable.)
Upcoming Activities

Summer's over and we hope you enjoyed it! Get ready to gear up for another fun filled year of scouting!
Come join the fun this season with Pack 282!

See below for upcoming events or download the schedule here (PDF) or summer activities here (DOC)


Boy Talk
Sept
16 @ 10:30-1:30
QVE & Palmer

Rally Night
Sept
16 @ 6:30PM
Palmer Elem

Popcorn Sales Kickoff
S
ept 20th

Pack Meeting
Sept
21 @ 6:30
Palmer Elem

New Parents Meeting
Sept
23
Palmer Elem

Tiger Day
Sept
25
More info to come
Don't forget to fill out your annual Health & Safety form!
Click here to download (PDF) or visit the Forms section (password required) for more.
 
Missed the monthly Den Leader meeting? You can read the notes from the Meeting Notes link.
 
Uniforms
Did you ever wonder where to sew on that patch? Look here for more info!
 
You will need Adobe Acrobat Reader to view and print many of the forms. If you don't have it download it here.




HMNS 2010 Schedule



   

Happy Labor Day!!

Have fun and be safe!



Service Project

Service Project: A flag-folding service project will also be available at Pinewood Derby Race Day. Participants will be folding pocket-sized American flags to send to active duty troops.

Update! - We still have many flags left to fold! Contact your Den Leader and ask for some flags to take home and fold!




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Leaders are like Eagles;


they don't flock.




You find them


ONE at a time






Scout Gang versus Juvenile Gang
Scout Law and Oath law of the gang
Scout Uniform, badges, beltloops and patches jacket and notches on a gun
Each group has a name special identification
Scout family and Council costs is approx. 96$ per year detention, prison or even death.
40,000$ per year to take care of a juvenile delinquent
One gang takes away from Society... the other contributes
to Society immediately and for the long term!






Did you know........For every 100 boys that join scouting:

  • 4 will become Eagle Scouts
  • Rarely will one be brought before Juvenile Court
  • 12 will have their first contact with a Church
  • 1 will enter the Clergy
  • 18 will develop Hobbies that last throughout life
  • 5 will earn their religious award
  • 8 will enter a vocation that was learned through the Merit Badge System
  • 1 will use his Scouting skills to Save A Life
  • 1 will use his own Scouting skills to Save His Own Life
  • 17 will become future Scout Volunteers


    Awesome statistics....get involved!!

    Did you know........Scouting's alumni record is equally impressive:

  • 85% of Student Council Presidents were Scouts
  • 89% of Senior Class Presidents were Scouts
  • 80% of Junior Class Presidents were Scouts
  • 71% of Football Captains were Scouts



    Scouts account for:

  • 64% of Air Force Academy Graduates
  • 68% West Point Graduates
  • 70% Annapolis Graduates
  • 72% Rhodes Scholars
  • 85% FBI Agents
  • 26 of the first 29 Astronauts


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