The San Jacinto District Cub Scout Fishing Tournament is coming up! The fishing tournament is for Cub Scouts (kindergarten through 5th grade), families and friends thinking about joining Cub Scouts. Cub Scouts love to fish. Cub Scouts will compete to catch the longest, smallest and most fish by rank. Bait will be provided, just bring your pole. You can bring a friend along too. When you are done, scouts will earn a patch.
They will also need help from our AWESOME volunteers for various tasks (handing out bait, measuring fish, etc.) If you are planning to be out there and would like to help out please contact Thom Fitzgerald at firstname.lastname@example.org.
September 18, 2021 8:00 AM—12:00 PM
Challenger Seven Memorial Park
2301 W Nasa Blvd.
Webster, TX 77598
Here is the link to for more info and to register: Fishing Tournament — San Jacinto District (shac.org)
Unfortunately, this year St. Thomas the Apostle has canceled its Fall Family Festival. This means we won’t be having the annual bake sale, but our Executive Committee has decided to move forward with pumpkin patch sales. We will be responsible for the weekend shifts, so please visit our volunteer signup on signupgenius.com and sign up for a shift.
We are exploring other fundraising opportunities and we’ll surely pull through fine, if just a little leaner than in the past. We are working on finalizing our activities for the year (for example, Scout Olympics and Raingutter Regatta are out for obvious reasons, but we will likely have rocket launches and perhaps camp-outs as well) and they will be uploaded to the calendar as soon as possible.
Welcome to our website! Cub Scout Pack 1965 was established in 2017 to serve the families of the Clear Lake, Webster, Nassau Bay (and other!) areas.
Our pack is open to all children in kindergarten through fifth grades (or ages 5-10). We meet each Sunday afternoon at 4:00pm at St. Thomas the Apostle Episcopal Church in Nassau Bay.
DO YOUR BEST. HAVE FUN DOING IT.
The best way to find out what you do best is to do it. Throw a football. Catch a fish. Ride a bike. Set up a tent. Build a Pinewood Derby car. Shoot a bow and arrow. Launch a rocket! Cub Scouting offers boys and girls the opportunity to see and learn fun, new things that can’t be found anywhere else.
As you all know this year has been very trying for everyone and that is especially true for Scouting, as we are by nature a group activity. Nonetheless, Cubmaster Hal and Committee Chair Zac worked with Chartered Organization Representative Father Mike Stone to create what we think are reasonable protocols for in-person meetings during this still-uncertain time. They have created a document outlining our guidelines for your review prior to your first meeting. Please submit a signed copy to your Den Leader and Zac, our committee chair.
Zac made a survey of families to see who would be returning to in-person Scouting this year; 30 out of 60 families responded. With the exception of a couple of families that plan to be inactive, about half said they’d like to Scout in person as we did before while observing safety guidelines. About 35% said they’d do a hybrid mix of in-person and Scouting from home (with mom/dad), and about 10% said they’d Scout from home only. Since we normally don’t have 100% attendance at meetings, combined with the responses received in the survey, we don’t believe we’ll have an issue with overcrowding this year. Even so, it is good to be prepared.
Our Den Leaders will be relying pretty heavily on Scoutbook this year. You will need to register for an account for your child if you haven’t already. So if you’re not familiar with it, check it out and consider downloading the app. Please RSVP for meetings via Scoutbook. This will help Den Leaders know how many and who to expect at meetings.
Even though we cannot meet as we did before, we will adapt to conditions to stay connected and stay vigilant to stop the spread of the virus.
If you have further questions, please contact our Committee Chair Zac Whirley at email@example.com.