|Posted by Christopher Novack on September 10, 2014 at 2:30 PM||comments (0)|
We need your help to make our fundraising goal. Each year our Pack sells popcorn to raise funds for activities. This is the way we keep our annual fees lower than most surrounding packs.
You can help us achieve this by selling in one of three ways. You can choose to sell individually door to door, with a group at show and sells or online by setting up an account at Trails End.
Our packs goal is to sell 16,500 for the year. We can achieve that if each scout family sells an average of $250 in combined sales each. Any scout that sells at least 1,000 in combined sales will have there dues waived for the following year. There are many other exciting gifts and incentives that are outlined in the popcorn packets. The main highlights are at the 2,500 level scouts are eligible for a scholarship from Trails-End and the top sellers award parties at Dave and Busters. Once a Scout is eligible for and enrolled in the scholar ship program all sales from that year and any future years sales including those earned as a Boy Scout are eligible for a 6% of sales to be contributed to a special scholarship account. More info can be found here.
You can sign up for Show and Sells locations and directions click here.
You can sign up for an online account here. Select create an account in the upper right corner. Select Scout and fill in the appropriate information. When prompted you will need to select Atlanta Area Council, Foothills District, Pack 1776. This step is important or we will not be able to give you credit for these sales.
Thank you Pack 1776 for making our sale successful!
|Posted by Christopher Novack on August 18, 2014 at 9:30 AM||comments (0)|
It’s time to start our new Scout year! Parents and Scouts are invited to our annual Splash Back to Scouting pool party. We will have fun, collect our annual dues and enjoy some cupcakes and juice. This year dues will remain at $80 per scout. We can continue to keep our dues low in large part to our success with our popcorn sales.
Returning families with new Tiger Scouts should attend the Sign up Night. We will form new dens that evening and it is important that at least one parent attend. If any parents would like to assist us at the Sign-Up Night it would be appreciated. We need help handing out forms and checking applications.
Interested volunteers should contact :
Christopher Novack at 770-578-4544 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Details on these events are below:
Sign-Up Night - August 21
For new scouts only! Boys in grades 1st to 5th and their parents are invited to join us for Sign-up Night! This is a great way to learn about scouting and what fun activities your new scouts can do. We will give a brief presentation and your scouts will have the opportunity to participate in some fun activities. New scouts will be registered at this event.
Location: Shallowford Falls Elementary Cafeteria
Date: Thursday, August 21, 6:30 pm
Splash Back to Scouting - August 24
Come welcome the new scouting year with a pool party. Meet new friends and meet the pack leaders. We will celebrate with cake and swimming! New scouts may register at this event.
Location: Chimney Lakes Pool and Clubhouse, 4301 Lake Chimney Court, Marietta, GA 30062
Date: Sunday, August 24, 3:00-5:00 pm.
Pack Meeting/New Parent Orientation -
We will start with a brief orientation geared towards new parents. Our Pack meeting will begin at 6:30 pm for all scouts and parents. We will kick off our popcorn fundraiser, present our year’s calendar and many other things. Get ready for some fun!
Location: Reilly Field at St. Ann’s Catholic Church (Rain Location: LaSalette Hall)
Date: Friday, September 5, 6:00 pm (new parents), 6:30 pm (all)
|Posted by Chryse Johnson on October 8, 2013 at 3:05 PM||comments (0)|
This is your last chance to sign up. We encourage all Webelos to join us for a weekend on a World War II aircraft carrier. Experience the majesty of the USS Yorktown, sleep in the berthing areas where the sailors once slept, learn about naval and aviation history. There are self-guided tours, meals and entertainment, plus an on-site Educational Program. There are also aircrafts on deck, other vessels including a submarine, destroyer and more. We can watch a film - The Painted Lady. Eat in the gallery for meals and more.
Please contact Patrick Solomon, Webelos Leader at email@example.com or 404-376-8242 for questions and to accept evite invitation to sign up you, your family or you den. Patrick has registered our group and is coordinating details. For more information, please refer to the website: http://www.patriotspoint.org/
|Posted by Chryse Johnson on September 6, 2013 at 8:40 AM||comments (0)|
Pack 1776 will again participate in the Great Lake Allatoona Clean Up, scheduled for Saturday September 28 from 9:00 a.m. until 12 Noon, with free lunch and picnic to follow.
Please join us for a day of fresh air, fun, volunteerism and environmental education for this totally free event. Help us keep our beautiful Lake Allatoona clean. Volunteer to pick up the summer trash that has collected around the 265 miles of shoreline.
A volunteer appreciation picnic will be held from 12 until 2 PM at Riverside Day Use Park. Gates to the park will open at 12 Noon. Patches distributed at clean-up sites will be your entry ticket into the picnic. Cartersville own DJ’s Tom and Chad will emcee the festivities. Music, games and give-a-ways will abound. Environmental education is also on the menu. Booths featuring activities and demonstrations by environmentally focused organizations from Bartow, Cobb and Cherokee counties will be offering information to all who are interested.
Please contact Ed Kennedy – Webelos Leader at firstname.lastname@example.org or 404-788-8973 to sign up your scout or your whole family! Patrick Solomon has registered our Pack. September 28th is also National Public Lands Day. For more information, please refer to the website: http://www.lakeallatoonaassoc.com/the_great_allatoona_clean_up
|Posted by Chryse Johnson on September 6, 2013 at 8:30 AM||comments (0)|
Pack 1776 will be marching the 18th Annual EAST COBBER Parade & Festival! The parade will be held Saturday, September 21, 2013 at 10am, RAIN or SHINE. Pack 1776 has been assigned to Row A. Check in time for our group is 8:45 am. Arrive on time and proceed to the designated row; no need to check in. Parents should inform their den leaders by our Den meetings this Sunday if their scout plans to march so we can confirm we have enough slots reserved.
The EAST COBBER Parade will be staged at Mount Bethel Elementary School parking lot (1210 Johnson Ferry Road, Marietta, 30068). Beginning at 10 am, parade participants will march south on Johnson Ferry Road, and then after about one mile, turn onto Olde Towne Parkway which leads to the Fountains of Olde Towne Shopping Center, 736 Johnson Ferry Road.
To help up produce a successful parade and for the safety and enjoyment of all parade participants, it is vital that you abide by the following guidelines: