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Cub Scout Pack 3322 is located in Hudson, Ohio and is a member of the Moecomdws District of Great Trail Council of the Boy Scouts of America.

Friday, August 26, 2016

August Pack Meeting Bike Aboard

On Sunday August 28th at 1:00 we will have our initial Pack meeting at Veterans Way Park (55 Veterans Way, Hudson).  At the meeting we will discuss the upcoming Pack calendar and will have all the information and paperwork needed for this year's popcorn drive.  After the relatively short meeting, those that want to can get in their respective vehicles (loaded with bicycles, water, and helmets) and travel to the Cuyahoga Valley Scenic Railroad Train station at the Indigo Lake Trailhead - 4300 Riverview Road, Peninsula, OH.  Once there, we will load our bikes onto a CVSR train (for $3 a person) and participate in the CVSR's Bike Aboard.  We will catch the 3:15 train northbound and get off at the Peninsula stop.  We will then bike the 4.0 miles back to Indigo Lake stop.  It is a beautiful path, crossing marshes and wetlands while following the Ohio and Erie Canal Trail.  While biking back (about 3 miles into the 4-mile ride), everyone is invited to stop for snacks and refreshments (roasted sweet corn, soft-serve ice cream, fresh fruit) at Szalay's Farm & Market.

As with all Cub Scout functions, Scouts should be accompanied by a parent or other adult.  Scouts should wear their Class Bs.

Siblings are invited to join in the fun.

All participants (Scout, parent, sibling, etc.) should have submitted medical forms, which you can submit at the Pack meeting or before we board the train.

Please see the recent email for a map of the Indigo Lake / Szalay's area for your convenience.  Please email me if you didn't get a copy.  The map shows the parking lot for Indigo Lake, which is very close to the train station from which we will board the train.  If that lot is full, there is a Towpath parking lot just east of Szalay's (4563 Riverview Road, Peninsula, Ohio 44264), which is also on the attached map.  Simply park in that lot, and bike the .9 miles on the towpath south towards Indigo Lake.  If you park there, on the bike ride back, you can get right in your car right after Szalay's. 

Saturday, June 4, 2016

2016 CCE Mulching

Great job Ethan, Matthew, Ethan's Dad, and Dr. Banko!  Always feels good to give back.

Monday, May 16, 2016

2016 Summer Webelos Overnight Camp

2016 Summer Cub Scout Day Camp

General Information
All Cub Scouts are eligible to participate in the Day Camp.  Boys who will enter 1st grade for the 2016-2017 school year are eligible to participate in Tiger Adventure (Day) Camp. Note: Scouts who are currently a Bear (moving up to a Webelos I) or Webelos I (moving up to Webelos II) are also eligible to participate in Webelos Resident (Overnight) Camp July 24-27.  Please see separate post for the overnight registration.

Pack 3322 will participate in the following sessions of Day Camp:
  • Cub Scout Day Camp - June 20 - June 22 (see below for times)
  • Tiger Adventure Day Camp - June 25 (see registration form for times)
You should make every effort to participate with the Pack, as it will allow the boys to be with their friends and will help with the coordination of chaperons.  If you are not able to participate on those dates, there are alternate dates available.  Cubmaster Jason Katz can provide information about the alternative dates {cubmaster3322@gmail.com}.

Day Camp Participants (Scouts entering grades 2 through 5 for the 2016/2017 school year)
Fill out the appropriate registration form below and the medical forms for all participants (Scouts, chaperons, and siblings).  Mail the completed forms with a check made out to "Pack 3322" for the appropriate amount (which varies depending on if it also covers sibling(s) and chaperon(s)) to our Day Camp Coordinator, Jennifer Katz {2400 Olde Farm Lane}.  Please mail the items so that they arrive no later than May 27, so we may register as a Pack.
Daily Camp Schedule (Times and Activities are subject to change.)

06/20/16    7:30 registration, 8:15 program - 5:00
06/21/16    8:00 - 5:00
06/22/16    Noon - 8:00 PM (Dinner included)

With each paid participant registration, each Scout receives up to 4 tickets to the June 22nd family meal (including the Scout's ticket).  The meal consists of hamburger/hotdog, chips, watermelon, and vegetable.  Dinner service is provided (plates and utensils).  If you need more family-meal tickets, they are $3 each, and should be accounted for on the Day Camp Registration Form.

For those just coming for the family meal, there is no need to submit a medical form for each diner.  Medical forms are only required for those that will be attending during the day, since they will be walking around onsite.

Parents (including other children, grandparents, etc) would just have to show up for the meal, which will be around 5 pm.

After the meal, each of the dens/patrols does a skit they have been working on as well as receive their camp packets (patches, awards - bb and archery, any paperwork including med forms).  The Camp plans on being done by 8 pm.

Registration cost is $70 per Scout; $60 per sibling.  Note, there is an additional cost of $10 per chaperon.

Tiger Adventure Day Participants (Scouts entering 1st grade for the 2016/2017 school year)
The minimum cost for the June 25th Tiger Adventure Day is $35, which includes one Scout and one adult.  Additional adults are allowed, for an additional $10 per adult.  Younger siblings are free, but must be registered and have submitted medical forms.  Fill out the 2016 Tiger Adventure Day Registration Form and the BSA Medical Forms - Parts A and B for all participants (Scouts, adults, and siblings).  Mail the completed forms with a check made out to "Pack 3322" for the appropriate amount (which varies depending on if it also covers additional adults) to our Day Camp Coordinator, Jennifer Katz {2400 Olde Farm Lane}.  Please mail the items so that they arrive no later than May 27, so we may register as a Pack.  (Note: Tigers may also attend Cub Scout Day Camp, but there are additional restrictions.  If you have a registered Scout entering first grade and you are interested in his attending Day Camp, please contact Cubmaster Jason Katz for more information).

Friday, October 30, 2015

Cub Scout Pack 3322 Overview

If you are new to Pack 3322 or are considering joining our unit, we have the following pages with information on our unit:

If you would like to be contacted about joining Cub Scout Pack 3322, please contact us at info@pack3322.com

Why join Pack 3322?

We strive to make an experience that is rewarding and fun for our scout and their families.  We have a 2015-2016 schedule that will include many exciting campouts and outings:
  • September campout at Camp Manatoc
  • October campout at Mohican State Park 
  • November Pack hike and Campfire
  • December Salvation Army bell ringing and SkyZone
  • January cabin camp-out at Camp Manatoc
  • February tobogganing
  • March tour of a indoor rock climbing
  • April trip to the Carnegie Science Center
  • May camp-out at Hudson Springs Park
  • Marching in the Hudson Memorial Day Parade
We have a lot of fun planned for our Pack meetings, including:
  • Jack O'Lantern carving
  • Cub Scout carnival
  • Food basket for needy
  • Rain gutter regatta
  • Pinewood derby
  • Blue and Gold banquet
  • Cub Scout 500
We will also participate in scout camps in the summer of 2016

Older Webelos scouts will also have den camp-outs, Webelos Overnight Camp in the summer, and may join local Boy Scout Troops for 4 or more additional camping trips. (Yes, if you are keeping track, that means Webelos may camp more than 12 times a year.)

Please see our Pack calendar for all the details.