Cake Auction – Friday, May 15

Join Pack 306 for our Cake Auction on Friday night, May 15 at Naquag School from 6 – 8pm.

Scouts and family will be able to bid in a live auction on each cake.  Proceeds go to the Pack and will be spent on the boys.

Here are the guidelines:

  • The Scout and a parent must make the cake.
  • The cake must be edible.
  • The cake must be displayed on cardboard, covered in tinfoil.
  • The ingredients used must be displayed and taped to the top of the tinfoil. (We do have some nut allergies in the Pack)

The theme of the cake can be anything the Scout would like so be creative!

There will be prizes for the most favorite cake at each den level, voted on by all the scouts prior to the auction.


CSDC Early Bird Registration Ending in Two Days

Cub Scout Day Camp early bird registration ends THIS TUESDAY, April 28.

Early Bird Rates are $185 for registered Cub Scouts.  After Tuesday, they go up $50 to $235.

Day Camp is held right here in Rutland at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation.

There are six weeks of Day Camp available and are filling up fast.  See available dates and details here, and contact us ASAP if your Cub is planning to attend.

We’re Getting Ready for the Pinewood Derby!

We had a great turnout for our first of two Pinewood Derby workshops!  The next workshop is scheduled for Sunday, March 8 from 1 – 4pm at the Town Hall.

Please reach out to Bryce if you want to pick up a kit.

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Scouts attending should wear their Class A Uniform.

We will be meeting in the basement of St. Patricks at 7:45 am.  Mass will begin at 8:00 am so please make sure you’re at the church by 7:45 am.  When Mass is over we will go to the Lower Level of the Library and join Boy Scout Troop 306 for breakfast.  At 10:00 am we will be attending the Service at the First Congregational Church.

Pack 306 will be contributing Juice, Milk and Pastry Items to the breakfast with Troop 306.

Please reach out to your Den Leader if you have any questions.


About Scout Sunday

The Boy Scouts of America annually celebrates its founding on February 8, 1910, based on the program started by Lord Baden Powell in England on August 1, 1907. Scout Sunday was added to the Scout celebration in the middle 1940s. Scout Sunday is always the Sunday preceding February 8th, unless the 8th is a Sunday, in which case the 8th would be Scout Sunday. The Saturday following February 8th is Scout Sabbath.

The day is meant to mark the founding of the Scouts in the United States. Observation varies by unit and locale. Scouts go to their places of worship in uniform and help with the service.

The Scout Sunday tradition was started to make people in houses of worship aware of Scouting, and to allow Scouts to live out their “Duty to God” pledged each week. The Scout Law says that a “Scout is Reverent” and the Scouts of all ages promise to do their “Duty to God”. These values strengthen youth character in their family, community and faith.



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