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Pack 1833 - Mountain View Elementary School


  Pack 1833 serves Mountain View Elementary School in Haymarket, Virginia.   We are the original pack in the Gainesville/Haymarket area and welcome boys currently in 1st-5th grades who live in the communities that have Mountain View Elementary School as their base school. If your son goes to a private school in the area or even if they are home schooled, as long as you live in those communities, this is YOUR pack!  Current kindergartners can join June 1st at the end of their kindergarten year. Please look around our website and see what cub scouting is all about!!

If you have questions or want more information on joining Pack 1833, please contact Cheryl atcleelandry@verizon.net. Need help finding another area cub scout pack? Go to https://beascout.scouting.org/ 

Come Join the Fun


          
PACK 1833

Established 1972
Sponsored by Evergreen Fire Department
http://pack1833.scoutlander.com/
Serving Mountain View Elementary School*


2014-2015 Schedule


                                                                            
2014- 2015 Pack Schedule

Sept. 14 - Pack Meeting
Sept. 27 - Campfire (or overnight)
Oct. 10 - 12 - District Camporee (Webelos)
Oct. 12 - Pack Meeting
Nov. 9 - Pack Meeting
Nov. 15 - District Cub Scout Leader Training (PowWow)
Dec. 14 - Pack Meeting
Jan. 10 - Pinewood Derby
Feb. 7 - Blue & Gold Banquet
Mar. 8 - Pack Meeting
Mar. 21-22 - Pack Overnight Trip
Apr. 19 - Pack Meeting
May 16-17 - Pack Camp-out

Dates are preliminary and subject to change -
check ScoutTracks calendar for final dates/event information
Does not include Den activities or certain activities where a POC
(point of contact) has not yet been identified

2013 - 2014 Pack Events



2013
September 15th - Pack Meeting
September 21st  – Pack Service Project – Haymarket Day Clean Up
September 28th  – Pack Family Campout
October 5th  – District Soap Box Derby
October 12th  – District Fall Camporee
October 19th  – District Camp Snyder Fall Expo
October 20th – Pack Meeting
November 2nd & 9th – Pack Service Project: Scouting for Food
November 16th – Pack Service Project: Mountain View Elementary Clean-Up
November 17th – Pack Meeting
December 8th – Pack Meeting

2014
January 11th – Pack 1833 Pinewood Derby
February 1st – Blue & Gold Dinner (Webelos Cross-Over)
February 9th – Bull Run District Pinewood Derby
March 9th – Pack Meeting
March 15th - Prince William County Pinewood Derby
April 6th @ 2pm - Pack Meeting
May 17th - 18th - Pack Family Campout
May 24th - District Soap Box Derby
June 1st - Pack Picnic, Rank Advancement and Raingutter Regatta


 

In Cub Scouts your son will have lots of fun, learn new things and make new friends.  But Cub Scouts is much more than that it is fun – with a purpose. Everything he will do in Cub Scouts – ceremonies, earn awards, sports, games and crafts, will be done with a specific purpose in mind.  The reasons parents want their son to get into Cub Scouts probably aren’t the same as why he will want to join.  Take a look at the Cub Scout Promise, Law of the Pack and the 12 Core Values Cub Scouting strives to teach:

 
 


The Cub Scout Promise
 
I promise to do my best
To do my duty to God and my country,
To help other people, and
To obey the Law
of the Pack.


The Law of the Pack
 
The Cub Scout follows Akela.
The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
The Cub Scout gives goodwill.

 
 


12 Core Values

Citizenship

Compassion

Cooperation

Courage

Faith

Health & Fitness

Honesty

Perseverance

Positive Attitude

Resourcefulness

Respect

Responsibility

 

Family Camping


Our Spring Camp-out was a GREAT outing.  We had hot dogs and kielbasi, mac & cheese, an assortment of other sides and, for dessert, a dutch oven cherry cobbler.  Later we made a roaring campfire, had skits, "ghost" stories, sang songs and roasted marshmallows.   In the morning, we had hot coffee and hot chocolate, an assortment of pastries, held a short worship service, cleaned up our site and departed. 

2014 Pinewood Derby


 
Pack 1883 held its 2014 Pinewood Derby on January 11th

Here are just a few examples of the cars that 
Scouts built and raced 
 

2013 Stocking Stuffers Service Project


 
Congratulations to PACK 1883 Scouts!

In December 2013, Pack 1883 collected small toys, books, crayons, matchbox cars, playdoh, yoyo's, slinkies markers, craft kits (just to name to few) and wrapped candy.  We organized and distributed 154 gift bags and four dozen games/activities to children through the Haymarket Food Pantry.  


 
 


 

Cub Scout Motto:
Do Your Best !