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Pack 1980 at West Point

Posted on Oct 17 2015 - 11:46am

Pack 1980 enjoyed a great fall weekend at West Point.  Scout Day 2015 was full of activities, including the cadet parade, two precision parachute demonstrations, a cadet-guided tour of USMA, activities led by cadets, and the Duke vs. Army football game.  Army may have lost the football game (by a lot), but spirits were high as Pack 1980 scouts returned to their camp at Lake Frederick Recreation Area to cook dinner, play football, and enjoy campfires. "Read more" to see more pictures from the weekend.

     

Thank You to Pack 1980 Cub Scouts who Participated in the Cub Day of Service at Spruce Run

Posted on Oct 3 2015 - 8:45pm

Our Hunterdon Arrowhead District reports that 36 Cub Scouts and siblings, along with their parents, turned out for a blustery afternoon of litter clean-up at Spruce Run Reservoir. All together, 70 full trash bags of garbage and recycling was collected. The park was definitely in need of a clean-up project and we are thankful for the Pack 1980 scouts (and family members) who took the time to make a difference.  Thanks to Zachary Barckholtz, Luke Bielen, Noah Bielen, Christian Lechner, Harrison Marr, and Michael Wentzel.

      

Congratulations to Pack 1980 Scouts Earning the National Summertime Pack Award

Posted on Oct 3 2015 - 8:39pm

Congratulations to the following scouts who earned the National Summertime Pack Award by participating in at least three of the activities that Pack 1980 offered this past summer, including the June Family Campout, July Rocket Launch, August Fishing, September Bike Hike, as well as Cub Scut Summer Camp and Pack 1980 Summer Service Projects.  The goal of the Summertime award is to have Packs continue to offer programs through the summer.  As a result, scouts earn a summertime award that matches the rank they just attained.  Check out the Hunterdon Democrat newpaper article about our scouts earning the Summertime Award.

  • New Tiger Scouts:  Noah Bielen, Chase Wieder
  • Tiger Scouts: Ryan Bellek, Jacob Ross, Marc Wootton
  • Wolf Scouts:  Zachary Barckholtz, Luke Bielen, Logan Campbell, Jack Heppner, Cameron Hess, Harrison Marr, Michael Wentzel, Eric Wootton
  • Bear Scouts:  Brian Armstrong, Alexander Bulowski, Trevor Jerzewski, Joshua McDonald, Andrew Ryder, Luke Szymanski, J.T, Wieder
  • Webelos Scouts:  Michael Barckholtz, Tyler Fracnfort, Daniel Szymanski 

Pack 1980 Kicked Off New Scout Year with Ninja Warrior Training Event at Shields Gymnastics

Posted on Sep 26 2015 - 9:56pm

Seventy Cub Scouts, family members,and friends took on the obstacles at Shields Gymnastics and did their best at the Pack 1980 Ninja Warrior Training event. Joey Hyndman, the New Jersey Ninja, shared his motivation for training as an American Ninja Warrior contestant.  Joey also challenged all scouts to "Do Their Best" and to not give up on their goals.  Scouts then took on the obstacles laid out by Shields Gymanstics instructors to test their abilities to leap, balance,swing, and jump.  "Read more" to see scouts in action at Shields Gymnastics!

   

Pack 1980 Family Bike Ride on the Columbia Trail

Posted on Sep 5 2015 - 11:39am

11 Cub Scouts, along with their parents, met at Columbia Trailhead in High Bridge to ride or walk the trail.  Scouts pedalled a 5-mile round-trip that included a stop at the Taylor Steelworkers Greenway to see a small waterfall, taking note of the gnome houses along the Columbia trail, and riding to the bridge over Ken lockwood Gorge.  Scouts capped off their final summertime pack activity by enjoying Italian ices after their ride.

  

Readington Township Scouts volunteer with America's Grow-a-Row!

Posted on Aug 15 2015 - 7:43am

Cub Scouts from Pack 182 and 1980 and Boy Scouts from Troop 1969 along with their leaders and family members were among ~100 volunteers who picked 10,000 pounds of corn at America’s Grow-a-Row farm in Milford.  The harvest was donated to the Community Food Bank of New Jersey for distribution to hunger relief agencies throughout New Jersey.  Way to "Do a Good turn", scouts!

      

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