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Troop 133 Cub Scouts

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Activities

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'Go See It' Outings
(Field trips)

Den & Pack Meetings

Arts & Crafts

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Spring & Fall Recruitment Roundup

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Camping

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Hiking

Friends of Scouting
Friends of Scouting is an annual direct-solicitation campaign, reaching out to Scout families, service organizations and businesses. In addition to the family campaign, the council conducts other community and business special events. In order for the Council to continue to enroll new youth into Scouting, offer training courses, camp programs, and district activities, the Council must raise, from within 35% of the operating budget.
Extending the Scouting Program is possible because of the many people who contribute yearly and support the many programs of The Tri- State Area Council.

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Parades

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Cub Scout Day Camp

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Family Camp Weekend

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Trails End Gourmet Popcorn Sale

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Pinewood Derby

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Official Rules

How to Build a Pinewood Derby Car

Pinewood Derby Car Design

Learn to Build A Winner

The Ultimate Pinewood Derby Site

Pinewood Derby Car Patterns
 
 

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Raingutter Regatta

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Blue Gold Banquet
 
A 66-YEAR OLD TRADITION
TO CELEBRATE 89 YEARS OF SCOUTING

In 1933 "Cub Leaders' Round Table" suggested Parent / Cub dinners.

Soon thereafter, Pack 1 of Michigan City started a tradition of pot-lucks where the dads were to bring utensils made of wood; whittled by the Cub with his dad.

In the 1930s father / son 'bean dinners' and 'Cub family dinners' began to become commonplace.

Finally, in 1943 the name "Blue and Gold Banquet" first appeared in BSA literature, and became synonomous with "celebrating the birthday of Scouting."

Today, the Blue and Gold banquet is one of the highlights of the program year. It brings together your Pack's families for a dinner and an evening of fun. The meal is important, but even more important is the warm, congenial atmosphere created as families enjoy each other's company.

http://www.geocities.com/~pack215/blue-and-gold.html

Good Turn For America

Good Turn for America is a long term effort by the Boy Scouts of America to encourage and record good turn projects done in our communities.
 

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Community Service

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Canned Food Drives

Blanket & Coat Drive

Repair Affair

Christmas Shoeboxes

Go Radio Clean Up
& Area Clean Ups

Salvation Army Bell Ringing

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Bake Sale

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75th Anniversary Award (2005)

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Physical Fitness

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Skiing

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Academics & Sports

Crossover Ceremony
 

Some projects at Camp Arrowhead are: Brush cutting on roads, Planting grass in worn areas, Patch tents & cots, Repair roads & ditches, Adopt a campsite, Adopt a building, Clean roofs of buildings, or Cut dead trees.

Camp Cherokee needs a riding lawn mower.

To contact Camp Arrowhead: Ranger Frank Geer: (304) 736-7671

Camp Kiashuta: Ranger Don Frymyer: (740) 696-1285

Camp Cherokee: Ranger John Pfost: (606) 686-2661

Recomended Sites

The National Council of the Boy Scouts of America

Tri State Area Council
 
Tri-State Area Council 672667272
823 Adams Avenue
Huntington, WV 25701-1715
Phone: (304) 523-3408
 

CARDINAL DISTRICT

District Chairman:            District Commissioner:

Steve Gilmore                     Garth Franz

(606) 327-2001                 (606) 836-7734

District Executive:

John VanHorn—(304) 523-3408 cardinaldistrict@yahoo.com

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