This summer we’ll be doing a family camping trip to Colonial Williamsburg, Virginia on June 21-23.
We’ll be touring the Revolutionary Historic Village and seeing all the sites at Williamsburg, Yorktown and Jamestown.
If you would like to go we are looking for RSVPs no later than May 15th.
We currently have 10 tent sites reserved at the KOA campground in Williamsburg, VA for 2 nights.
The scout discount cost will be $5 per person per night, which is a great deal.
On Saturday, June 22 we will be going into Williamsburg Historical Village for a guided tour.
Ticket cost will be $7.50 per person for the group tour.
The guided tour is half the day and then we’ll have free time to explore the rest of the day and then return to the campground, which has several activities there to do also (pool, game room, etc.).
On Sunday, June 23 we’ll check out of the campground, and go visit Jamestown. They have several free activities to do around Jamestown historical village.
After that folks are welcome to head home or extend their visit into the week.
There are several other activities that families can go do such as Busch Gardens Amusement Park, Water Country, Virginia Beach or Yorktown.
See more about the KOA campground at Williamsburg at their web site.
Welcome to the Jungle - Day Camp 2013
June 10th - June 14th - at Deer Creek State Park, 20635 State Park Road 20, Mt. Sterling
Council Website - Ohio Valley Events
Welcome to the Jungle - Day Camp 2013
A whole week of fun including BB and Archery Shooting, Fishing, Swimming, Crafts, Nature and much more!!!
Pack 136 encourages all of our scouts to participate in this district day camp experience.
$65.00 early Bird Special
$75.00 Regular Price
$95.00 Walk-in/Late Fee
More information is available on the registration page on the council website.
Once again this year Pack 136 will be helping to Keep Grove City Beautiful.
We have adopted the portion of Southwest Blvd. from Broadway to Richard Ave.
Trash bags, pick up sticks, gloves and safety vests are in the scout closet.
If additional supplies are needed contact Matt Beal. Here are the den assignments:
April - Den 3
May - Den 4
June - Den 8
July - Den 2
August - Den 9
September - Den 10
October - Den 12
We'd love to have you volunteer with us.
Do you and your Scouts love all the unique opportunities and activities you have had with Pack 136?
We could not provide these opportunities without volunteer Scout leaders.
Your Scout leaders dedicate their time to creating a successful Scout program.
If you have considered joining us in helping Pack 136 go, now is the time!
As we say goodbye to some of our leaders this summer, we would love to see a seamless transition into a great 2013-2014 Scout program.
Let’s all work together to make Pack 136 great! If interested in volunteering or helping please contact either the Cubmaster or your den leader.
Do you shop at GFS?
Help the pack earn money to help the pack go.
The pack does all of its Pack Campout Food Shopping at GFS and we participate in their rebate program.
Every time you shop at GFS tell the cashier that you are part of Cub Scout Pack 136 and the pack gets rebate money sent to the pack.
The pack uses this money for the many activities we do during the year.
Trees donated and planted by Pack 136.
Our Grove City Urban Forester is posting a sign at this Canadian Hemlock planted in Gantz Park Arboretum with the following sentiment. "On behalf of Southeast Conservation Club - Pack 136". A nice location was selected for this tree at the bridge on the outer walking trail.
Pack 136 has committed to donate a tree in the community whenever we use the SECC property. We'll continue to expand the Gantz Arboretum collection within our means.
This Redbud was placed at Chapel Hill Baptist Church on Grove City Road to replace a tree that died near their
front door. We planted this tree in appreciation for the use of their property during our July Pack meeting.
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