• When: Saturday, January 25th
  • Where: Battleship Texas State Historic Site, LaPorte TX
  • Who: Cub Scout & Family– First 40 scouts and their Akela. After all scouts who want to go have signed up, we will open to additional people if we still have availability.
  • How Much: $45 per person
  • How do I sign up: SIGNUP IS CLOSED
  • For Questions or additional information: Contact Alan Hutcheson or Ed Garana at leadership@pack90austin.org

Helpful Information

ALL ADULTS ARE REQUIRED TO HAVE YOUTH PROTECTION TRAINING to camp with Pack 90YOUTH PROTECTION LINK

All campers are required to have a medical form (Part A & B) completed before attending a campout. Medical forms are good for one year. Medical Form

What: A Pack 90 group outing to see a Texas Stars hockey game
When: Saturday December 7 – 7:00 PM game time

Where: 2100 Avenue of the Stars, Cedar Park, TX 78613
Who: Pack 90 Cub Scouts & other members of their families
How Much: $12 per person for game tickets, $5 for parking pass

 

How do I sign-up: on-line in the Pack 90 store or at the November 21st pack meeting.

We have a limited amount of reserved group seats, so please sign up early if you want to attend.

Pack 90 families –
As I mentioned at the last pack meeting and in a follow-up email, it’s time again for to renew your membership in the pack.  Our recharter dues are due this week and I still have quite a few families that have not paid yet.  Please pay your scouts’ dues this week via the pack website.

Most of the fun things we do and many of the extra things that the pack provides (Bobcat badges, belt loops, space derby rockets) are funded in part by scout dues, so we rely on that commitment from families every year.  I will be following up with den leaders this week concerning dues that have not been paid yet.

All new families should be paid up by now and so do not owe dues *unless* they have not paid yet.
This year, the dues are as follows:
  –   $45 for existing Cub Scouts and Webelos 1
-   $35 for Webelos 2

All links to pay are on the pack website (pack90austin.org), accessible through the Pack Store.

Thanks, everyone!

Our trip on Saturday is to the Lazy L&L Campground in New Braunfels on the banks of the Guadalupe River (http://www.lazylandl.com/index.php).  The river should be pretty exciting to look at after all this rain, but we won’t be able to do any tubing or boating.  Scouting rules prohibit us from taking cub scouts on boats.  Sorry, everyone.  Also, everyone needs to keep a close eye on his scout during this trip since we will be camping near a pretty active river.  We’ll discuss the buddy system early and often.

If anyone wants to fish, you should have the opportunity to do that.  Please remember that any child under 17 can fish without a fishing license, but any dads that want to fish need to have a license.

The weather will be pretty cool in the morning on Sunday (low 50s), so be prepared with warm clothes and layers.  Sleeping bags are highly encouraged.  If anyone needs camping gear, please contact me so we can find what you need.

Itinerary –

2:30 – 3:30 Arrive and start setting up camp

3:30 – 4:00 Free time/explore the park

3:30 – 4:30 First activity — sports of some kind, probably.  Maybe kickball

    4:30 – 5:30 Dinner prep and skit practice — remember that it will get dark early, so we’ll need to get moving on dinner
    6:00 – 7:00 Dinner

8:00 – 10:00 Camp fire and s’mores/dessert

    10:00 Bed!!
Sunday morning:
    8:00 – 9:00 Breakfast
    9:00 – 10:00 Sunday service
    10:00 – 11:00 Morning activity/fishing

11:00 – 12:00 Break camp

We’ll be splitting jobs by rank again this trip since it worked so well on the zoo trip.  All Scouts and their Akelas need to help during their ranks’ KP duty.

Webelos: serve dinner
Tigers: dinner clean up
Bears: serve breakfast
Wolves: breakfast clean up
All dens all the time: All trash