Welcome to the 2021 – 2022 scouting year.
Our pack is open to Boys and Girls from Kindergarten though 5th grade and we are looking forward to lots of activities this year. Of special note, we will be celebrating our 75th year as a pack this year.
Cubmaster Dave Wiskochil
PACK 867 welcome visitors interested in Cub Scouting to all of our events.
I hope all of our Cub Scout family has had a great summer!
We are going to kick off this year with a great campfire meeting on the 30th of August! We will have fun activities, some games, and more masked fun for the kids!
6:30 PM – Gathering Activity
7:00 PM – Meeting
Location: Near the fire pit in the Lower St. John’s parking lot.
Uniform: Scouts should wear their uniform and appropriate masks to keep all of us as safe as possible.
As we have learned from the past, adults may wish to bring camping/folding chairs to use during the meeting, and of course, please wear masks if unvaccinated.
I know it’s going to be a great year!
Cubmaster Dave Wiskochil
Our Fall Family Campout is scheduled for September 17-19. If you are new to camping check out our guide.
Pack 867 will be hosting a Bike Rodeo at St. John’s Lutheran Church on September 24th, 2021 from 6-8pm in the back parking lot.
Riders of all ages/ability levels are encouraged to participate whether they are on a bicycle, tricycle, big-wheel, stride-bike, etc.
The parking lot is a great, flat, wide-open space to practice bike riding fundamentals.
Additionally, participation in this event counts towards the “Riding Tigers” belt-loop and likely other adventures. Check your Scout’s handbook for potentially applicable requirements/adventures.
- Upon Arrival All participants must sign-in at the welcome table to receive an ‘activity station card’.
- Participants are required to bring/wear at least an appropriate Safety Helmet.
- A bike maintenance station complete with a tire-pump and basic hand tools will be on-site.
- The Pack will have ice-water available throughout the event, as well as a basic first aid kit to address scrapes/bumps/cuts/etc.
- “Rules of the Road” Safety Briefing by Local Franconia Police Dept. Officer
- The Rodeo will consist of a number of progressive ‘activity stations’ intended to build/test riders skills as well as safety awareness. Riders can attempt/repeat each station as many times as they want.
- Riders will advance through the stations one-at-a-time, ending with a ‘free-ride’ area where all riders can ride safely together however they like. Aggressive or dangerous riding will not be permitted.
- Upon completing each station, an adult volunteer will appropriately mark each participants ‘activity station card’. A completed ‘activity station card’ is redeemable for ONE ice-cream sandwich from the welcome table.
Please let me know if you have any questions/comments/concerns.
Edward Boriso (Webelos Den 3)