Pack 910 Updates: New trip added!

LAST CALL for New River Camping! Resident Camp open for registration and – ALL NEW – Winston-Salem Dash hosts Scout Night on July 7!

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Scout Night @ Truist Field: July 7

Just added to the summer calendar with Pack 910 is Scout Night with the Winston-Salem Dash! It will be an evening game at Truist Field. Your ticket includes a hot dog and a drink, fireworks and a movie, and camping in the outfield! It’s a fun event and we had a great turnout last year. We hope you’ll consider joining.

Register for W-S Dash Campout July 7-8

RESIDENT CAMP! If you plan to attend Resident Camp, registrations are due by April 30. Please go ahead and sign up so we can begin our planning for resident camp. If you would like to attend part of the camp (but not all), please let me know – we would be glad to have you! Register for Resident Camp June 14 – 17.

The following families are registered to attend the New River Camping Trip

Is your name missing? Let me know – it’s not too late!

  • Amigone, 3
  • Barroso, 3
  • Danhauer, 3
  • Dyer, 3
  • Halsey, 2
  • Lobb, 4
  • Long, 2
  • Maddux, 2
  • Mintz, 3
  • Osswald, 3
  • Ringeman, 4
  • Smith, 2, arriving Sat
  • Whitaker, 2, arriving Sat
  • Zeller, 5

Again, if you believe that you had registered and are not listed, please email me right away.

Expect a separate message next week with details about this trip, though a few things to note:

  • Campsite: We camp on the bank of Chestnut Creek in Galax, VA. It’s roughly 90 minutes from W-S. The campsite has primitive toilets and no showers. We will cook meals in camp (breakfast and dinner) and have lunch in Galax on Saturday at a local restaurant.
  • Tents: You will need a personal tent for this trip.
  • When: Campers can plan to arrive Friday evening before dark if you can. Interested in caravanning? Let me know.
  • Mess Kits: Please bring a camping mess kit. We will have a three-station wash area. Scouts can wash their own mess kits after meals with adult supervision.
  • Bikes: If you have a bike bring it. If you need, we can load your bike in a trailer. If you do not have a bike and would like to borrow one, let me know. The ride is short (about 4 miles one-way) and relatively flat.

In Scouting,
Daniel Lobb


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