Oscar will be in the Wolf Den.
The pack made a bunch of pumpkins for Halloween during our annual pumpkin carving October Pack Meeting. Everyone got to carve pumpkins. A special thanks goes out to Ed at The Home Depot in Santa Ana and grand parent Carol Borgman who donated pumpkins for the event.
Thank you! We appreciate the help in delivering a great Scouting experience!
It was a great event! See the rest of the pics from the event.
Pack 75 will be doing a food drive on the next two Mondays:
Monday, October 28, from 6 to 7 PM
Monday, November 4th, from 6 to 7 PM.
Simply swing by during those hours with any canned goods you would like to donate and our leaders will be glad to collect them from you.
The collected cans will be taken to our council drop off location on Saturday, November 9th.
For more information view the page on Scouting For Food. This is a quick and simple way to give back. The pack participates in service projects such as this one to give back to the community. In addition Scouts learn valuable life skills, leadership, self-confidence, and an appreciation for self, and the world around them.
Pack 75 and Troop 75 new combined logo represents its proximity to the Disney Resort, and it's service to the local residents for almost as long!
The new combined logo for Pack 75 and Troop 75 has officially been unveiled. The logo is designed to encompass both Pack 75 which serves boys from 1st grade through 5th grade, and Troop 75 where the boys get promoted too from 6th grade through high school.
Pack 75 and Troop 75 have a long history of working together, and this new step solidifies its unity to work together. The plan is to form more of a bond between the two, help cut down on the expenses of multiple logos, and make it easier for leadership, parents, and scouts to work together. Both the pack and troop meet every Monday from 6 to 7.
The new logo is meant to resemble the biggest area landmark and area served by the Pack and Troop. As the longest standing scouting group in the area and closest facility to the Disney Resort, it was decided to become the tag line. "Pack 75 and Troop 75, serving the Disney Resort Area."
Pack 75 and Troop 75 hope to raise funds to be able to paint the Troop trailer that was stolen and vandalized a few years back. In the process all the names of Troop 75 boys that became Eagle Scouts, the highest attainable rank in the Boy Scouts was scratched off. The leadership team has the goal of raising funds to repaint the found trailer and add the new logo representing the Pack and Troop. In addition they plan on having all the names of the former Eagle Scouts put back on the trailer, as well as those boys who missed on that opportunity.
As our kids progress through scouting they move from level to level, and at one point move on to the troop. In between there is Webelos. The Cub Scout is basically in training to become a Boy Scout. During this transition they were the new beige jersey. Kenton D. achieved the 4 levels of the Cub Scout's blue uniform, Bobcat, Tiger, Wolf, Bear.
Congratulations and keep up the good work!
We have been selling Gourmet Trails-End Popcorn for our Scout Fundraiser at several stores. Below Andrew N. show us how to think inside the box!
Scouts will receive a voucher for every 2 hour block they sell popcorn which will go towards goodies.
Parents we need your help! The more we sell, the more fun we can have!
Helping to develop boys into responsible, compassionate citizens, and the leaders of tomorrow.
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