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  • 2017 Popcorn Campaign Details
    Note:  If you are reading this from the website homepage then click on the title of this post above to go to the full view of the news article.  Then you will be able to see the full text and attachments.

    Another year, another popcorn sales campaign!  This year a few things have changed though.  We have a new Kernel in charge - Brian Sideleau - and we have new product to sell from a new supplier.  Everything else pretty much works as before though, we have our Show & Sell campaign, where we sell popcorn from stalls around town, and then we have the Take Order campaign where individual scouts sell to their family, friends and neighbors.  And of course there are lots of great prizes to be won by the boys based on the amount of popcorn they sell!

    First up is Show and Sell.  We are using Sign Up Genius to manage the process this year and the schedule and sign-up interface can be found here:  Popcorn Signup Schedule.

    You will find an FAQ document attached below.  This should tell you everything you need to know about the campaign process.  Also attached are electronic copies of other relevant documents.

    Look out for more communication from the Kernel over the coming weeks.

    Posted Sep 22, 2017, 1:01 PM by Admin User
  • 2016 Popcorn Campaign Details
    Note:  If you are reading this from the website homepage then click on the title of this post above to go to the full view of the news article.  Then you will be able to see the full text and attachments.

    Another year, another popcorn sales campaign!  This year's campaign will be officially launched at the September pack meeting (Thursday 9/15) by your resident Kernel Alan Davies.

    First up is the Show and Sell campaign.  The online sign-up schedule can be found here:  Popcorn Signup Schedule.  Note that this document is readonly.  Here's the procedure for signing up for a slot.
    • Look at the spreadsheet to see what slots are still available.
    • Send email (to popcorn@wiltonpack22.com) specifying the slot that you want (place and date/time) along with the name(s) of the scout(s) who will work that slot.
    • The Kernel (or one of his lieutenants) will reply to your email with confirmation and then update the online spreadsheet.
    All relevant popcorn campaign documents are attached below.

    Posted Aug 29, 2016, 7:44 AM by Admin User
  • Deer Lake Summer Resident Camp 2016
    Pack 22 encourage all to attend the Cub Scout Summer Resident Camp at Deer Lake in Killingworth, CT (~1 hours drive from Wilton).

    Deer Lake is a beautiful, farm-like facility about an hour's drive from Wilton specifically designed with the young camper in mind.  You will camp in comfortable open-sided lean-tos in private camping areas and enjoy shower blocks and a central dining hall.  So it's certainly not bare-bones camping by any means!  Quite comfortable actually, the perfect place for an introduction to the great outdoors for cub scouts.

    There are several sessions available at the camp (from mid July through mid August).

    Session 1: Fri, Jul 15 -> Sun, Jul 7 (2 nights stay) - Family Weekend
    Session 2: Mon, Jul 18 -> Thu, Jul 21 (3 nights stay) - Webelos only
    Session 3: Sat, Jul 23 -> Tue, Jul 26 (3 nights stay) - Cub Scouts and Webelos
    Session 4: Thu, Jul 28 -> Sun, Jul 31 (3 nights stay) - Cub Scouts and Webelos
    Session 5: Mon, Aug 1 -> Thu, Aug 4 (3 nights stay) - Webelos only

    The first of these is the "Family Weekend" and is open to any and all members of a family that has at least one cub scout.  All family members (siblings, parents, etc.) are welcome.  Sessions 2 & 5 are restricted to only Webelos and sessions 3 & 4 are open to any ranks (Tiger - Webelos).

    Deer Lake isn't just about camping though, it's about doing things.  It's an especially great camp for rising Webelos (current Bears) and Webelos 1s since it offers the chance to complete several of the core Webelos requirements including Engineer and Outdoorsman.  Attending the camp will give your Webelos scout a real head start on their way to earning the Arrow of Light.  The camp isn't just for Webelos and Bears though, any cub scout can attend and enjoy the activities.  We have had Tigers and Wolves in attendance in previous years and they have had a great time.

    Activities include:
    • Archery, BB Gun shooting
    • Sports
    • Swimming, boating, fishing, hiking (day/night)
    • Arts & crafts
    • Earning activity badges & belt loops
    • Campfires, skits, songs, fun & games
    Every year there is an overarching theme for the camp and this time it's all about Super Heroes.  So expect lots of costumes and fun!

    Full details can be found on the CT Yankee Council's website here:  https://www.ctyankee.org/camping/residentcamp/cubscout

    Be sure to check out the attached brochures and also this video that presents the camp:  http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=c4a-YoLN7Sw

    If you are interested in attending then please reply to me (alan@alandavies.org) soon.

    Best

    Alan

    Posted May 26, 2016, 8:23 AM by Admin User
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Entire Pack | Den 1 - Tiger  Den 5 - Wolf | Den 2 - Bear
Den 4 - Webelos 1 | Den 3 - Webelos 2 | Training

Welcome to the official site of Cub Scout Pack 22 in Wilton, CT.  The Pack consists of about 50 boys in grades 1 through 5, and meets once a month (on the third Thursday of the month) at Hope Church (240 Wolfpit Road, Wilton).

During the month, smaller "dens" comprised of ~8-10 boys meet separately.  These Dens are organized according to age: Tiger Cubs (1st graders), Wolves (2nd graders), Bears (3rd graders), and Webelos I and II (4th and 5th graders, respectively).  Den meetings focus on doing age specific activities and earning advancement and awards through field trips, hands-on projects, etc.  We really have a great time, and we hope you'll join us.

The Pack conducts a wide variety of exciting activities year round, including the traditional Pinewood Derby and Blue & Gold Banquet, as well as hikes, campouts, picnics, trips and community service projects.

Feel free to contact us if you would like more information about joining the Cub Scouts.