Veterans Day Parade and Pack Meeting

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We’ve got a lot of fun on the calendar this weekend. Please plan to join us.

  • Veterans Day Parade: Sat, Nov 9th, 8:45 AM – 11:00
  • Troop 910 Veterans Day BBQGreat Food for a Great Cause: Sat, Nov 9th, 11:00 – 2:00
  • Pack 910 Pack and Den Meetings: Sun, Nov 10th, 4:00 to 5:30

Veterans Day Parade – Saturday, Meet at 8:45:

Our Scouts will march in the Veterans Day Parade on Saturday. Plan to park at St. Paul’s at 8:45 am and walk as a group (Pack 910 and Troop 910) to the staging area (Fourth St. and Spring St.). The troop will provide small flags that the scouts can hand out as we walk along the parade route. At the end of the parade, we will again walk as a group back to the church. The troop’s Veterans Weekend BBQ Fundraiser will be starting at that time, so it’s a great place to get lunch!

Troop 910 Veterans Day BBQ – Saturday, 11:00 at St. Paul’s:

Each year Troop 910 hosts a BBQ to support and raise awareness of Veterans groups in our community. Individuals can support their effort by buying tickets for BBQ and/or by donating a meal to a Veteran. The meal is catered by the Real Q and includes pork BBQ, bun, coleslaw, baked beans, banana pudding, and a drink. Dine in and take out is available.

Their current organization partner is Veterans Helping Veterans Heal ( – Providing the foundation to help our homeless veterans restore Home, Health and Spirit at their 24-bed facility here in Winston-Salem.

Please support this great event. Click Here to buy tickets or make a donation. You can eat with the group at the church, take some BBQ home, or buy a meal for a Veteran.

Pack 910 Pack and Den Meetings – Sunday, 4:00-5:30pm in Colhoun Room A

Please join us at St. Paul’s Episcopal in the big room on the third floor. Scouts should be in their Class A Uniforms. If you do not yet have a uniform please wear the Class B Uniform (the Pack 910 T-Shirt). Also, please be sure to bring your scout’s Rank Book.


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