Cookout and Field Day: Learn about Cub Scouting in Bedford

One half of the 2014 Field Day Tug-of-War - Courtesy image (c) Peter Ricci
One half of the 2014 Field Day Tug-of-War – Courtesy image (c) Peter Ricci

Submitted by Bedford Cub Scout Pack 194

All boys starting Grades 1 – 5 in the fall and their families are invited to our informative, fun, and FREE cookout and game day.

  • What: Free Cookout and Field Day!
  • When: Sunday, June 7th, 12 – 3 pm
  • Where: Lane Elementary School Fields and Gym (Rain or Shine!!)

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 by attending this event, but a significant discount will be offered on registrations for the program starting in September if you choose to sign up at this event.

Boys can see some of the fun Scouts have, and participate in all of the games and activities planned for the day. No need to bring food or drinks as the Pack 194 grill master will take care of all the cooking!  We look forward to seeing you!

Cub Scouts is a program for boys in Grades 1 – 5. Boys have the chance to develop self- confidence and connection to family while learning about citizenship & community service, all while having FUN!

Pack 194 has been of providing boys from Bedford with fun, learning, and adventure for over 50 years, and we would love to have your boy(s) join us!.

We hold monthly pack meetings during the school year where all the boys meet for recognition and games. Boys also meet in smaller groups based on grade (dens) around twice a month to participate in fun activities and to work towards a rank badge.

Here’s a small sample of the activities Scouts get to do in Pack 194:

  • Build and launch rockets at our fall space launch event
  • Build and race Pinewood Derby® Cars and Raingutter Regatta® boats
  • Splash around at our winter indoor swimming event
  • Make s’mores and perform in skits at our two yearly pack campfires
  • Attend a Providence Bruins game and cheer on future NHL stars
  • Test their creativity (and kitchen skills) in the All Male “Cake Boss” Competition
  • Camp overnight in fun locations (i.e in the outfield after a Lowell Spinners game!)
  • And much, much more!

 


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