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WELCOME TO CUB SCOUT PACK 19

The Cub Scout Promise

I Promise to do my best

to do my duty to G-d and my country

To help other people and to obey the Law of the Pack

Cub Scouting is fun with a purpose!

Boys can begin their Cub Scouting experience in 1st grade, and continue through 5th grade.  Our pack is active all year long and encourages family participation in all Pack activities and events. Without parental volunteers to assist with our pack activities, the Pack 19 leadership could not put together a successful and memorable Cub Scout program for our boys.

For more information please contact John Papp at pack19aerojp@gmail.com

Core Creek Fishing Event

Posted on Jul 21 2014 - 10:04pm

Hello Everyone,

 

I am happy to see that we successfully filled all 25 spots for the fishing event at Core Creek this Saturday.  Can those of you that are bringing anyone that is not a registered on our Website as a Cub Scout, parent or guardian, please add the full names of those attendees under the notes column on the sign-up sheet?  If anyone has decided they cannot make this event, please remove your information from the sign-up sheet on the Pack 19 website and/or inform me via Email at:  kmshaffer@verizon.net

I pasted some information that was just sent to me from the Fish and Game Commission about this event below:

 

Greetings,

 

This email serves as a reminder that we have your family registered for the Family Fishing Program this Saturday, July 26th, at the Core Creek County Park, Pavilion #7 off the Duchess Lane Road from 9AM to 1PM.

 

IMPORTANT: If your family is no longer attending, PLEASE let us know so we can adjust for the numbers. If you don’t show up and don’t tell me, you stole some other family’s chance to attend. If you are attending, then no need to reply.

 

What to expect: Our staff will be there to lead an instructional program prior to you fishing with your family. You do not need to bring any fishing equipment, but you can if you would prefer to learn on your own gear. We will provide the equipment for the event. We will provide bait. Adults do NOT need a fishing license during the hours of the program. You should expect to bring your own:

 

-              Sunblock

-              Insect repellent

-              Hydration

-              Snacks

-              Clothing/accessories for the weather conditions – hats, sunglasses, rain jackets

 

We do hold the program rain or shine; however, thunderstorms cause delays or cancellations. I will be onsite at 9:00AM to make that determination.

 

If you enter Core Creek County Park from the Bridgetown Pike off Rte. 413 between Langhorne and Newtown, you pull in to the park entrance and turn left following the park road, then make the first right onto the Duchess Lane Road, and follow it all the way to the parking area at the end. I will be at the pavilion at the very bottom of the hill. Look for yellow Fishing Event signs along the way. If you enter from the Tollgate Road off 413, then turn into the park entrance off Tollgate Road, and follow the road to the Stop sign, turn right and follow the park road around the lake past the dam and you’ll see the Duchess Lane Road on the left after crossing over a little bridge and through a shaded area of trees.

 

Here is a map that may help: http://www.buckscounty.org/docs/parks-and-recreation-documents/corecreekparkmap.pdf?sfvrsn=2

 

Contact me with questions.

 

Thank you & I look forward to seeing you Saturday,

 

 

Andrew Desko

SE Regional Education Specialist

PA Fish & Boat Commission

101 Swamp Road

Newtown, PA 18940

 

Please let me know if you have any questions or need additional information.  I am looking forward to seeing you all on Saturday. 

Kevin Shaffer

Email:  Kmshaffer@verizon.net

Churchville Nature Center – Lenape Village Fire Making

Posted on Jul 21 2014 - 9:34pm

Hello Pack 19,

This is a reminder to those of you interested in going to the Churchville Nature Center on Sunday, August 3 at 1 PM.  There is an overview of their Lenape Village Program pasted below.  The main activity on this particular day is fire building.   Cost is $8 per person ($8.50 using PayPal).  Children under the age of 4 are free.  You can sign up at on our Pack 19 website or contact Lydia Goldberg (squidia@verizon.net) for more information.

Here is a link to their website for more information:  

http://www.churchvillenaturecenter.org/sm_db_item.php?featuretype=event&id=164

Travel back in time to the 1500's just prior to European contact. Trained educators dressed in authentic buckskins will take you through eight stations for a hands-on experience just the way it would have been back then.
What kind of medicines they used and where to find them How to plant a Three Sister's garden and what foods were foraged
How food was cooked and stored What kind of houses they lived in and their social structure
What kind of animals they hunted and uses for all parts of the animal How to make a fire by friction using only natural materials
Learn how the Lenape made bowls and other things from nature. Learn to make rope from natural materials.
Each month a different station will be featured making a craft that goes along with that station.
April – Native Medicines May – Native Gardening June – Cooking July – Family life
August – Hunting September – Cordage October – Fire Making
The last Sunday of October will be our Fall Festival from 12:00-4:00pm celebrating how the Lenape celebrated their fall harvest before they went north for the hunting season.
Cost: $8 (Children under 4 Free) Pre-registration required

Thank you,

Kevin Shaffer

 

Still Time 5 Spots Open for Fishing at Core Creek

Posted on Jul 18 2014 - 10:24am

Hello Everyone,

This is a reminder that we have room for 5 more people if you would like to attend the Fishing Event at Core Creek on July 26th from 9 AM to 1 PM (Pavilion #7 of Duchess Lane).  You can sign up on the website.  This is a great opportunity to go fishing locally without the need for a fishing license or equipment.  If you plan to attend, please sign up by the end of the day Monday, July 21, for I will inform the person running the event that we will not use all of our reserved spots.  

If you do not have a username and password to access the Pack 19 Website please contact John Papp or myself so John can provide one for you.  

Have a great weekend!  Kevin Shaffer

Popcorn Sales Begin!

Posted on Jul 14 2014 - 9:28am

Hello Pack 19,

Donna Clendening (our current Popcorn Kernel) wanted me to pass on a bit of info regarding popcorn sales.  Council will be sending out popcorn forms to all scout families soon.  You should be receiving them either last week in July or first week in August.  I am also planning to have a new pack goal achievement above and beyond the standard pie in the face so stay tuned...

Thanks,

John Papp

Pack 19 Cubmaster
Playwicki District
Bucks County Council
215.499.4058
Do Your Best and Have Fun

Final Notice for Camp Hart

Posted on Jul 14 2014 - 9:25am

Hello Pack 19,

If you are attending Camp Hart, please see the Camp Hart event on the calander for important details on forms and requirements.  DEADLINE FOR ALL FORMS IS JULY 15th!  If you don't have your forms by then, you cannot attend! Jeff Clendening will be collecting forms at LPC on July 15th from 7:45 to 8:30.  There are a ton of forms to have ready so please click here to go to the event announcement for all details.  For those that haven't paid, you can bring your check as well.  Someone will be there to collect them.

Thanks,

John Papp

Pack 19 Cubmaster
Playwicki District
Bucks County Council
215.499.4058
Do Your Best and Have Fun

Happy 4th of July

Posted on Jul 3 2014 - 1:52pm

Have a safe and happy 4th of July.

John Papp

Pack 19 Cubmaster
Playwicki District
Bucks County Council
215.499.4058
Do Your Best and Have Fun

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