Popcorn tips + Sugar Valley Camping

All you need to know for a successful popcorn sale, and final details for the Sugar Valley camping trip – this Friday night!

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Recapping Important Info from Sunday, 9/24

44df48b4-5057-3313-8f1b-c5fa5bac5aa0.pngTHANK YOU to all our families for your participation in Sunday’s Pack meeting. We had a L O T of information to cover and we are grateful you hung in there with us! Moving forward, you can expect Pack meetings to be focused primarily on “Den meetings” where scouts break into their dens and spend more time engaged in activities with their peers!

Following up on the meeting, this message covers two items: popcorn sales and online account creation, and, the campout this weekend.

Popcorn Sales

We have raised nearly $2,500 from our storefront sales already these past few weekends! All families who are able to participate are encouraged, and we may add additional dates. Slots are available on our signup genius.

Campmaster’s Account Creation

We briefly described the process of setting up your scout’s account on the camp master’s website. You can view this guide for step-by-step instructions for the account creation on the Campmaster’s website.

Remember, Scouts can sell popcorn three easy ways:
1. Storefront sales, slots available at signupgenius.
2. Door to door with the sales sheets we distributed at Sunday’s meeting.
3. Online, after setting up your scout’s account.

Questions about popcorn sales? Contact our coordinator, Laura Chernushkin – who has done a fantastic job with this years’ sale!

Campout at Sugar Valley

Next Campout: Sugar Valley Airport, Friday Sept 29 through Saturday Sept 30. The registration is now closed for this trip. If you did not register but had intended to, please notify me by reply to this email.

Registered families include:
Amigone, Carey, Carmichael, Chernushkin, Danhauer, Dyer, Friedman, Haynes, Lobb, Long, Maddux, Moorman, Ruddiman, Russell, Thompson, Tomlinson, Tuxhorn, and Wendenburg.

Sugar Valley Packing List:

  • Change of clothes, especially dry socks
  • Basic toiletries (bath facilities are limited to a porta-jon for the boys and a female-only bath house)
  • Mess kit (washable plate/bowl + spork, etc)
  • Water bottle
  • Cup for coffee or hot chocolate
  • Tent + ground cover
  • Sleeping bag
  • Air mattress as desired (preferred by many glamping parents)
  • Pillow as desired
  • Camping chair (optional)
  • Headlamp or flashlight
  • Sunglasses, hat, sunscreen as appropriate
  • Rec equipment (football, frisbee, etc, ~optional~)

Alcohol and firearms are not permitted. Electronics for kids are discouraged.

Anything on the list you don’t have, or think you need? Let me know! We might have an extra!

For all families registered for this trip: be on the lookout for a separate message from me on Tuesday with further detail about the trip, and to confirm more about your scouts and flying! Questions about the trip? Let me know!

Calendar. You can access the full calendar on our website at cubscouts910.org/home/calendar/printable-calendar/

Trip Registrations. You can start signing up for trips as well. All Fall trips are open for registration at cubscouts910.org/event-registration

Yours in Scouting,
Daniel Lobb


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