Trinity Presbyterian Church of Seven Springs - 4651 Little Rd NPR
Monday September 25
7:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Pack Meeting - Science Show!
Deer Park Elementary School
Weekly meetings are at Deer Park Elementary, 8636 Trouble Creek Rd, New Port Richey. Park in the car loop or front parking lot, and walk down the east (Little Rd) side to the rear cafeteria. You are welcome to drop-in to a meeting and learn more about our Pack.
Join us September 29 – October 1 at Sand Hill to kick off our first campout of the school year. If you can’t stay overnight, register just to join us for Saturday! First responders will be bringing their tools and vehicles for the Cubs to check out, and we will cool off in the afternoon with some swimming. If you need to borrow a family tent, please reach out to the committee through email or Slack. Registration closes 9/19: Register Here
Welcome back, Pack 7 family! We can’t wait to hear about your summer adventures. Re-registration for returning families, or families who registered before August 1, 2023, will be Monday, August 7 from 6p-8p at Trinity Presbyterian Church, 4651 Little Rd. Stop by and complete paperwork and chat with leaders. The playground will be open for the kids.
If you are a new family looking to join, please join us at our first meeting and Open House on Monday, August 14 from 6:00pm – 8:00pm at Deer Park Elementary at 8636 Trouble Creek Rd. Bring the kids dressed to be outside and get wet.
Our 2023 Crossover Camp-out will be March 3-5 at Camp Soule in Clearwater FL. Saturday night we will celebrate our Arrow of Light Cub Scouts as they end their Cub Scout journeys and crossover to continue the adventures with a BSA Troop. Join us for a fun weekend of camping, crossover, and ROCKETS! All attendees must register, except for visitors attending just Saturday evening for the Crossover ceremony. REGISTER HERE Registration CLOSES Wednesday 3/1.
Visitors for the ceremony should plan to arrive at 5:30pm for a 6:00pm start time at the Council Ring.
Our annual Blue and Gold party is Saturday, February 25 from 4:30-8:00. Live entertainment provided by BANDINGO, dinner provided by Havana Dreamers, and our competitive yet friendly silent auction make this event an annual family favorite.
This year’s theme is Pokemon, and we will try to catch all the Cubs! We will present the Arrow of Light award, the highest award in Cub Scouting, to members of our Fire Breathing Turtle Dragons Patrol before they move on to their Troops at the March 4 Crossover ceremony. Family and extended family are invited to attend this event. Our auction will begin online the week before and will end during the Blue and Gold event.
Pinewood Derby is approaching. If you didn’t get your car during the holiday dinner, they will be available for pickup Monday Jan 9 at the meeting. The race is Saturday, Jan 28 from 8am-2pm in the cafeteria.
Registration for the December Pack campout is now open! We will be camping at Camp Soule and participating in the Shooting Sports Activity day. Cub Scouts will have an assigned time slot to do Cub Scout archery or BB. Pre-registration is required. Register Here We are trying out a new registration and payment form, so please email email@example.com if you have any trouble with registration.
Camp FAQ will be provided at the 11/28 meeting and online.
After Registering, pay for one youth or youth+adult here to finalize registration. Payment and registration must be received by 10/21 to receive a camp t-shirt. Select from the drop-down box below how many you are registering. One youth is $30, or one youth and one adult is $45. Youth may attend this campout without their accompany adult.
Last day to register is October 18. Our first family campout of the year is here! We hope you are as excited as we are to share this beautiful October weather outside and have some Halloween fun. We will be camping at WWCC on the Weeki Wachee river for Friday – Sunday. Pre-registration is required. Register here: [Registration closed]
Saturday we will also have our annual Tent Or Treat event. Each den will be decorating their trick or treating station; please reach out to your Den Leader with any questions or info on what supplies the den needs. Campers and siblings are welcome to bring a costume to wear for the evening.
Unique to this campout is also the option for our Bears, Webelos, and AOL Dens (third through fifth grade) to bunk together in A/C’s cabins for the weekend. During registration you will be able to indicate whether your Cub Scout will be cabin camping or tent camping with his/her family. Boys and girls will bunk in their own separate cabins and areas. Due to BSA youth protection requirements, any siblings attending the camp outside of these grades will need to tent camp with their attending adults.
The Camp FAQ will be sent out to families this week. If you need to borrow a Pack loaner tent for this event, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the number of campers that will be sleeping in the tent.
Annual program fees (“recharter fee”) for Jan-Dec 2023 to the national BSA organization are now due. If your family paid the 2023 BSA fee during fall registration in full, no payment is due. Families who are utilizing the fall popcorn fundraiser to cover recharter costs please stop by the admin table to review their popcorn credit balance. All others may pay the 2023 fee via credit card, Venmo, or PayPal online, or via credit card, cash, or check at the admin table. The fee for twelve months of registration for 2023 is $128 ($10.66/month).