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The 2023 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 8th at 6:30 PM in the Hillsdale Elementary School gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Mushers” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.

Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

The 2022 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 9th at 6:30 PM in the Hillsdale Elementary School gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Mushers” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.

Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

The 2021 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 10th at 7:00PM in the Glen Acres Elementary School gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Mushers” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.  Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

We will be teaming up with Boy Scout Troop 93 again this year for a day of Community Service. We will begin by meeting at St. Paul’s Baptist Church between 8:00 and 8:15 and then proceed to locations around West Chester for service opportunities (will need a few parents for transportation) and then return to St. Paul’s. We are normally done by noonish and St. Paul’s Baptist Church provides lunch for anyone that participates so please plan on picking up your scout (if you are not attending with them) around 1:00. The Cubs had a great time working with the Boy Scouts last year. Please let me know if you and your Scout would like to participate by Thursday, January 16th – we will need to know the name of the Scout and parent and parent’s cell phone number.

In past years, the boys have participated in food donation sorting, meal bag preparation, Day Care story time, supermarket food collection, etc. Each volunteer is asked to bring a non-perishable food item with them for the MLK Food Drive.

Please RSVP via Scoutbook as soon as possible.

The 2018 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 13th at 7:00PM in the Hillsdale gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Mushers” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.  Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

We will be teaming up with Boy Scout Troop 93 again this year for a day of Community Service. We will begin by meeting at St. Paul’s Baptist Church between 7:30 and 7:45 and then proceed to locations around West Chester for service opportunities (will need a few parents for transportation) and then return to St. Paul’s. We are normally done by noonish and St. Paul’s Baptist Church provides lunch for anyone that participates so please plan on picking up your scout (if you are not attending with them) around 1:00. The Cubs had a great time working with the Boy Scouts last year. Please let me know if you and your Scout would like to participate by Thursday, January 18th – we will need to know the name of the Scout and parent and parent’s cell phone number.

In past years, the boys have participated in food donation sorting, meal bag preparation, Day Care story time, supermarket food collection, etc. Each volunteer is asked to bring a non-perishable food item with them for the MLK Food Drive.

Please RSVP as soon as possible.

The 2018 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 14th at 7:00PM in the Hillsdale gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Mushers” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.  Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

The 2017 Pack 110 Iditarod will be on Friday, December 15th at 7:00PM in the Hillsdale gymnasium.

In case you are new to the pack or need a refresher, here is what your Team (Den) must bring to the Iditarod:

  • A (tastefully) decorated sled with a non-scratch, slick bottom (carpet remnants or old blankets work well)
  • The sled must be able to carry at least 1 child (think laundry basket)
  • The sled must have some sort of rigging for the huskies (scouts and possibly adults) to pull the sled (strong rope securely attached to sled)
  • At least 2 safety helmets (bike, ski, etc.) per Team.

We are encouraging all “Musher” to get creative and dress the part for the Iditarod.  Click on this link if you need any inspiration http://www.iditarod.com/learn/

Below are some videos of the grand finale a few years ago where the Webelos pulled their Den Leaders.

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