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ACTIVITIES​​



Activities Chairman

Barb Grommett

email: bagrommet@aol.com

phone:  (314) 291-5644 

 

Activities in the Pathfinder District


 

 
Memorial Day Scout Good Turn !!
Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers, and Scouters are all invited to help place over 5000 flats on the graves of our war veterans. 
Sunday May 25, 2014.  See the informaiton on the flyer. 
 
Flyer with information:  PF Memorial Day Good Turn.pdfPF Memorial Day Good Turn.pdf
 
 
 
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It's time for your Cub Pack to start planning for CUB ADVENTURE CAMP!
 
This year, Pathfinder District is having one Twlight Camp.
Dates are June 9-13, 2014
Location:  St. Ann Park, Ashby Road, St. Ann, MO
 
Registration is open now!!!
You can register online by following this linkCub Day Camp
 
The Camp Director is Larry Henderson
The Program Director is Rebecca Anderson
 
Any questions on what your cubs can expect, emailDirector
 
 
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2014 Pathfinder District Pinewood Derby 
 
car.pngThe 2014 Pathfinder District Pinewood Derby will be held on over three days.  As Cub Scout Packs plan their Pinewood Derby, it is essential that District Standards are followed so that Cub Scouts are prepared to enter the District Pinewood Derby.  The Official Manual for the 2014 Pathfinder District Pinewood Derby may be downloaded here: 2014 Pinewood Derby Manual.pdf2014 Pinewood Derby Manual.pdf
 
 
Units may sign up for their preliminary race times now by contacting Fran Geisel at 314-291-8175 or gonescouting@att.net.  Your preliminary race time must be scheduled with Fran PRIOR to registering your unit.
   
 
"The purpose of the Pinewood Derby is to help the Cub Scout
 
build a team relationship with their parent or helper,
 
experience the sense of accomplishment and the excitement of competition,
 
learn win/lose good sportsmanship, and to have fun."
  
 
 Source: usscouts.org