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Yes, there is still time to get in on the fun! So, if you think you missed out by missing the deadine, you can still get in for this event. This is one of the truly memorable nights of the Scouting year.
Scout Night with the Lowell Spinners!
<b>Lowell Spinners Game/Sleepover</b>
Pack 194 Cub Scouts and families are invited to our annual baseball outing and campout at Lowell’s LeLacheur Park on Saturday, July 9th.
Scout Night is a fun activity for boys and girls involved in Scouting throughout our area. Over 600 Scouts and families will attend this popular event. Campers will enjoy an evening of minor-league baseball in a family-friendly setting. Following the Spinners’ certain victory, we will pitch tents in the outfield, enjoy a game of catch, and then retire at the area’s only “camp-in movie theater” to watch Star Wars on the big screen.
Pack 194 has reserved a limited number of tickets for Cubs and their families. Tickets are $33 per person, and include:
* A seat behind home plate to watch our Lowell Spinners—Short-Season Class A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox—take on the Connecticut Tigers of the Detroit Tigers farm system (first pitch @ 5:05pm)
* A voucher for a hot dog, soft drink, and chips during the game
* An official camper ID badge and lanyard
* A Lowell Spinners Scout Night patch
* Participation in a pre-game Scout parade, with recognition of our Pack
* Sunday morning breakfast
Tickets are offered first-come, first-served. To reserve your family’s spot for this event, please email John Mitchell (firstname.lastname@example.org) no later than Friday, May 27th, with your Cub Scout’s name(s) and the number of tickets you need. Please then send a check payable to Cub Scout Pack 194, to:
Cub Scout Pack 194
c/o John Mitchell
4 Heritage Drive
Bedford, MA 01730
Your tickets will be guaranteed upon payment and are non-refundable. Once paid, should you find you can no longer attend, we will try to facilitate but cannot guarantee an exchange with another interested family.
Our rain date is TBD.
We look forward to seeing many Scouts and their families for another fun night of baseball and Scouting!
Pack 194 Cookout!
Sunday June 5th, Lane School, 12-3 pm (rain or shine)
All boys starting grades 1-5 in the fall and their families are invited to our informative, fun, and FREE cookout and games day. There will be Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, and adult leaders there to answer any questions that you may have about what the Scouting program can do for your boy.
There is NO OBLIGATION to join or re-register by attending this event, but a discount will be offered on registrations for the program starting in September if you choose to sign up at this event.
Current Scouts can come and take part in the free food and games. New boys can come see some of the fun Scouts have, and participate in all of the activities planned for the day. No need to bring food or drinks as the Pack 194 grill master will take care of the cooking.
If your boys is friends with a boy of Scouting age, please feel free to invite them to this event.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Monday, May 30th Memorial Day Parade
10:45 -10:55 AM Bedford High School
Scouts are welcome to start here; the memorial is right across the road from the playground, at the junction of the high school and library. After the ceremony, we’ll need to jog over to the town commons to join the main crowd.
11:00 AM Parade Step off time.
From the town commons, we will organize the flag-bearers, grouping, and so forth. The scouts will be coached on why we’re doing this and how to behave. When appropriate, we will quietly slip into the main parade line heading down Great Road, right after the BHS marching band.
Some points to remember:
This is a somber event; no candy etc.
Class A uniforms; as perfect as they can muster, shirts tucked in, shoes tied, caps, neckerchiefs with clasp.
A bottle of water and sunscreen application is a good idea.
Kids need not stay for the entire duration, as they tend to get fidgety; we’ll find a mutually agreeable departure time, and respectfully, and silently disperse.
If the weather is bad, it will still be held, but at the high-school
This is an important event for Scouts as citizenship and community are part of the core of the program. Since it is important, but not one of the flashy, fun Scouting events, boys who participate will get extra raffle tickets at the June cookout event (details forthcoming)
Starting at 7:00 PM, join us for a campfire on the Brown property off Turf Meadow Drive. This will be a fun-filled family event. Come one, come all! Key things to bring are bug spray, a flashlight, (it will be surprisingly dark when the campfire is over), and a chair for best comfort during the event
The campfire ring is a 3-5 minute walk down a path from parking, so please plan accordingly to get to the event on time. We suggest being in place by 6:50pm. We realize that some boys may have sports, etc…While we promote the wearing of our uniforms… please feel free to come right from any event, even if running late, or if your boy doesn’t have time too change into their Scout uniform.. we want as many that can to attend! We will be doing skits and toasting S’mores, so come enjoy the evening.
We will not be doing a sleepover event as we did with the October campfire. The campfire will be the event for the evening.