Chicago Cub Scouts Pack 3894 is having their Back to Scouting Picnic.
Come join us on Sunday, August 28, 2016 to sign your son up for a fun filled adventure in Cub Scouts. Our picnic will be at Welles Park, located at the Northwest corner of Sunnyside and Western Ave from 3:00pm to 4:30 pm.
Enjoy games and learn about the benefits of having your son join the Cub Scouts. Cub Scout applications will be accepted.
We hope to see you there!
Are you attending the Queen of Angels back to School fair on
August 21, 2016? If yes, stop by the table hosted by The Chicago Cub Scouts Pack 3894 between 10:30am – 12:00pm in the Queen of Angels’ Church basement.
Say hello and learn about the benefits of having your son join the Cub Scouts.
All Registered Cub Scouts and their SIBLINGS are welcome! Please contact Cubmaster Lyzette if you need a new kit for a car. We have extras.
Founders District Pinewood Derby
Date: Sunday, March 22nd, 2015
Check in: 11:30 AM for Tigers and Wolves; 1pm for Bears and Webelos
Race Time: 12:00 PM
for Tigers and Wolves; 1:30pm
for Bears and Webelos
We will have sibling fun run races after the Scout races
Location: Menomonee Club for Boys and Girls
Drucker Center on 1535 N. Dayton (Near North Ave. and Clybourn Ave.)
Cost: $5 per Cub Scout
Our theme this month is Responsibility.
Everyone is encouraged to wear a costume and families are welcome! We will gather at 6:30 pm OUTSIDE THE FRONT OF THE CHURCH. Then we will take a neighborhood hike; we will hike through Lincoln Square to Borelli’s Farmer’s Garden Market @ 2242 West Lawrence Avenue. As we walk, everyone will participate in a Scavenger Haunt. After our bonfire and games, everyone is invited to Borelli’s Pizzeria, 2124 W. Lawrence Avenue, for a pizza party, spooky libations, and music. And the game room is always open!
Every Scout must bring flashlight/headlamp (to be seen and to read Parade Route and Scavenger Haunt sheet as it will be dark at this time)/reflective tape on costumes – glow sticks will be provided.
Everyone must stay on sidewalks along the parade route.
Everyone must cross streets only at designated areas along the parade route and obey all street signs/signals.
As part of the “Scavenger Haunt” everyone will look for and collect Litter/Recyclables – a Service Project for our Community.
CAUTION: please do not pick up glass, anything sharp or slimy.
Surgical gloves and garbage/recycle bags will be supplied.
We will need crossing guards at Oakley/Wilson, (2) Lincoln/Wilson, Eastwood/Lincoln, Leland/Wilson and (2) Oakley/Lawrence.
We will be distributing Pinewood Derby cars this night; don’t leave without your car!
See you Friday!