There is almost nothing more exciting to a 10-year old boy than walking across a 20-foot long Monkey Bridge that was built by teenagers – just for him.
Pack 991 parents – I hope and trust that you will all join us for a brief, but very special ceremony that will be held at 11:30am during our Pinewood Derby. Our older Webelos scouts will symbolize the end of their Cub Scout careers, and their transition – or “bridging” – to Boy Scouts, by walking across a real bridge that was built by those Boy Scouts.
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Pack 991 Cub Scouts have the opportunity to serve our Veterans dinner on March 7th at the Elks Club. If your scout would like to participate then please rsvp to Lynette van Dell. There will be about 30 veterans so it’s a slightly smaller group this round. We need about 8 Cub Scouts for the event. The vets will arrive at 5:30, get seated and we serve them appetizers, salad, steak and dessert. The cubs and adult helpers will eat after the Veterans are served. This is a great opportunity to serve the community. Scouts and their family who participate get to meet and talk with our vets as they serve them dinner, and earn a great steak dinner for themselves! Full uniform is required. (no holes in jeans or pants).
- when: Thursday, Februrary 9 Pack Meeting
- time: 6:15PM
- where: Emerald Hills Elks Lodge
The Blue & Gold Dinner Pack Meeting has an EARLY start time – due to including dinner and an activity – our meeting will begin with the flag ceremony promptly at 6:15, followed by a uniform inspection by den. Our buffet Pasta Pomodoro dinner will begin at 6:30 followed by awards. Bingo begins at 7:15 and we’ll close our meeting at 8:00. » Read more
Everyone is invited!
Bring your car kit or kits will be
available for purchase. Parent/adult must stay with youth.
Stations will be set up for: Car Design, Cutting, Sanding, Painting, Wheel Attachment, Weighing
Date: Sat, Feb 4, 2012
Location: Lowe’s San Bruno, 1340 El Camino Real, San Bruno
Click here to register
Click here to download flyer
Questions? Contact Marti Noble BSAMarti@hotmail.com or (650) 624.3145.
Parent meeting, 7:00pm, Emerald Hills Elk’s Lodge. For the 2014 scouting year they moved to being held on Tuesdays following a Pack meeting. Please check the Calendar as in some weeks there are exceptions.
The Pack program is heavily dependent on parent volunteers. Many parents are involved in leading Dens and that activity requires planning, preparation, and implementation. We need parents who are not already involved as leaders who can manage special events and projects for the Pack.
Get schedule of events (typically 4 times a year),update the Pack calendar, and send out a notice for scouts to participate. See Serve or Vets page for more information.
Looking for a Bear or Webelos I person who would be the contact person for activities that occur outside of the Pack Meeting schedule. Would NOT need to attend all events or all Pack Planning meetings, but would keep information about the events for the incoming coordinators of events. Ideally someone who has participated in all events.
Left behind at December pack meeting.
Two scouts from our Pack, Alex Koop and Daulton Robinson, helped carry the flag for the Pacific Skyline Council during the national anthem at the January 14, 2001 Harlem Globetrotters’ game at the Oakland Arena. The scouts got to shake hand with the team, and everyone enjoyed the game. The Globetrotters went on to win the game, again.
The Sea Scout Ship Gryphon is based in the Port of Redwood City at 6:45Pm, January 12, at:
675 Seaport Blvd, Redwood City, CA 94063-5568
Map to the SSS Gryphon
We have confirmed the event. Stay tuned to this web site for more details. Our Pack will have a chance to learn about our local Sea Scouts.
The Sea Scouts will be talking about knot tying and about themselves. Hot Cocoa and coffee will be available in the galley (wahoo!)
looking forward to seeing you all there!
View the SSS Gryphon facebook page. or visit their website.
We had a great turn out last week placing door hangers. Volunteer to help pick up the food this week and help the hungry.
We need just a couple of hours of your time this Saturday November 19.
Pack 991 is proud to participate in BSA’s annual Scouting for Food Drive again this year. This is a wonderful opportunity for the cubs to serve the
community and helping the needy.
Go to our Scouting for Food page for more information on how you can help.
Thanks Elise for putting this all together for us. We sold over $8000 of popcorn with most of the proceeds going to Scouting and to our Pack. Popcorn sales are our only fundraising activity of the year making every sale very important to the overall funds available to our pack. 70% of the purchase total goes directly to support local scouting and our pack. Our goal this year was $100 of popcorn per scout. We exceeded this average.
Contact Elise Dixon to help, or information about Popcorn sales. You can also go to the online selling tutorial or our Popcorn page.
On line sales and sales rewards are year-round so you can continue to help our Pack buy buying your popcorn through us.
About 8 families from Pack 991 participated in the October Cub-on at Cutter Scout Reservation. It was warm and sunny and the scouts had a great time. We will be going again for our annual Pack outing to the Cub-on May 18-20 so mark your calendars.
We have Cub-on patches
If you went to the Cub-on and did not receive your Cub-on patch contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can find out more information and a schedule of future Cub-ons by going to our Cub-On page. Cutter is over 300 acres in size with a lake, full sport shooting area including an archery range and BB gun range, a magnificent pool as well as four cabins that can sleep eight people each. In addition, there are numerous camping sites, trails, a chapel, picnic tables and a full trading post to purchase items to make your camping experience easier.