Events and Activities


Upcoming Events:

Please sign up at the Pack Meeting for the following activities:

Snow Tubing at The Rock in Franklin, Sunday February 9, 1:00 p.m. Join us for a fun afternoon on the tubing hill at the Rock! Prepay at the Pinewood Derby for a $2 discount! If the weather is too cold, we will meet at the Ridge cinema to see Turbo at 11 a.m. (prepayments will be refunded). If the weather is questionable, please check your email for more information.

Winter Camp, Friday March 7 through Sunday March 9. Camp Rokilio, Keil, WI. Open to the whole family. Space is limited, so sign up early! This year we will be staying in the Castle! Cost to be determined based on the cost of food, usually approximately $40 per person. A $25 non-refundable deposit per family is requested to hold your spot. (This will be subtracted from your family’s total final cost.) This is a great campout in a heated, themed cabin. We cook our meals, go sledding, hiking and have fun in the snow! We usually plan for the boys to earn two or three belt loops. If you would like to lead a belt loop activity or help plan Winter Camp, please let one of the Pack leaders know!  We are looking for someone (or better yet, a few someones) to take over the planning and preparation of Winter Camp. Let us know how you can help!

Eagle’s Nest, April 11-13. Indian Mound Scout Reservation,  37612 Indian Mound Rd, Oconomowoc.

Camp in a heated cabin, all meals provided! $40 per participant (Scout and Parent/Guardian only, no siblings. Scout must attend with parent/guardian). Cost includes lodging and all meals Saturday, breakfast on Sunday, and cracker barrel Friday night. Please pay $10 per participant deposit at the December Pack Meeting to guarantee your spot! This camp is similar to Swamp Fox, and the boys will have the opportunity to earn belt loops by visiting many different stations with their designated patrols on Saturday. Local Boy Scout Troops run several of the activity stations. Saturday night there is a big fire and award ceremony. More details on acivities available soon. If your Scout has not attended camp before, this is a good place to start! Please consider attending. Contact Chad Peterson if you have any questions.

Blue and Gold Dinner, Thursday, February 27, Big Bend Elementary Gym.

Dinner 6:00, Set-up 5:30.

Looking Ahead:

Pack Planning and Committee Meeting, Thursday February 6. Vernon Fire Station, 6:30-8:00 p.m. All parents welcome and encouraged to attend!

Blue and Gold Dinner, Thursday, February 27, Big Bend Elementary Gym.

Dinner 6:00, Set-up 5:30.

The Blue and Gold includes our February Pack meeting, dinner, and a presentation by a Potawatomi Council representative on behalf of the Friends of Scouting program. The highlight of the evening is the Arrow of Light ceremony, marking the Webelos 2 scouts’ achievement of cub scouting’s highest award. Please consider attending.

Volunteers will be needed the night of the dinner to help with dinner set-up, decorations, and more. We encourage parents of Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Webelos 1 Scouts to help out so that the Webelos 2 parents can spend the evening with their families and their Scout.