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Welcome to Pack 1666 - Serving Ashburn Cub Scouts since 1999

If you are a new member to our Unit or interested in joining, here is the Parents' Orientation Guide to help you understand what Pack 1666 is all about! 

Popcorn Sale Status Update!

Posted on Oct 2 2014 - 7:59am

Well Pack 1666, we are well on our way to achieving the goal of $20,000 in popcorn sales...take a look.  Let's get out into the neighborhoods, at work, school, wherever you can think.  Remember ths is our only fundraiser, every dollar counts in order to keep the Pack going, we only receive 35% of actual sales.

If you are new to the pack or haven't started selling yet, please follow this link for information.

 

 

 

Pack Dues are Still Do!

Posted on Sep 19 2014 - 7:15pm

You can pay by check to your Den Leader, or plan to bring a check or credit card to the Pack Meeting on October 15, to pay your son's dues.

  • For new Tigers (1st grade) the dues are $80.
  • Wolf, bear and Webelos 1, due are $135 for the first scout in a family, $90 for each additonal sibling.
  • Webelos II dues are $105 as these boys are crossing over to Boy Scouts in February.

Calendar Sync - Synchronize your personal calendar with our website

Posted on Aug 13 2014 - 10:51am

This feature will let you keep your personal electronic calendar in sync with the Pack website calendar. As events are added/deleted/changed on your Pack website, your personal electronic calendar will automatically be updated. No more need to manually add Pack events to your personal calendar. Attached are the instructions on how to sync your personal calendar (home, work, iPhone, BlackBerry, etc) with the pack's website.

You will need to resync your calendar to the pack website every August, calendar subscriptions are purged annually.  If you have not done so this month, now is a good time to subscribe.

Cyber Chip

Posted on May 18 2014 - 6:56pm

Today's youth are spending more time than ever using digital media for education, research, socializing, and fun. To help families and volunteers keep youth safe while online, the Boy Scouts of America introduces the Cyber Chip. In developing this exciting new tool, the BSA teamed up with content expert NetSmartz®, part of the National Center for Missing and Exploited Children® and training expert for many law enforcement agencies.

Netsmartz® has created a Scouting portal showcasing Cyber Chip resources, including grade-specific videos, for each level. Check it out here.

Goose Creek District Newsletter

Posted on May 18 2014 - 6:56pm

Parents and leaders, to stay current with events, click this link to the District's newsletter, published the first of the month.

Members of the pack (especially leaders) can subscribe to the newsletter and other important notices directly, by signing up with the District email group.  All that is needed, is to send an email to Communications@GooseCreekDistrict.org  or Webmaster@GooseCreekDistrict.org, in your email, identify your name and unit, "Pack 1666".  You can unsubscribe by sending an email to either of the same addresses.

 

Natural Disasters - Be Prepared

Posted on May 18 2014 - 6:55pm

With extreme weather conditions here upon us we need to help our Cubs Scouts not only learn from natural disasters but also how to deal with it emotionally. With Cub scouts it’s not just about doing your best it’s also about learning the Boy Scout motto of “Be Prepared”  someone once asked Baden-Powell, the founder of Scouting, “Be prepared for what?" and he replied with "Why, for any old thing."

It is a challenge to be prepared for emergenhttp://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Media/Publications/~/media/Images/pubs/emergency/ep200.gif.ashx?w=200&h=200&as=1cies in our world of man-made and natural phenomena. The Emergency Preparedness BSA program is planned to inspire the desire and foster the skills to meet this challenge in our youth and adult members so that they can participate effectively in this crucial service to their families, communities, and nation. The emergencies of today's world demand more than ever that our young people and adults be trained as individuals and as units to meet emergency situations. The importance of this training is not new to the Boy Scouts of America, as Scouting has always taught youth to be prepared for all types of emergencies. Since Scouting began in the United States, Scouts have responded to the needs of their communities and nation in time of crisis. http://www.scouting.org/scoutsource/Media/Publications/EmergencyPreparedness.aspxControl

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