Here are reminders of the events going on over the next four days!!
Friday – Veteran’s Day Programs at Hoover City Schools
Some of the schools will be having Veteran’s Day programs to honor the men and women who have served our country.
All Scouts are encouraged to wear his Class A uniform to school in honor of this special day.
Parents of Scouts who attend Gwin Elementary – Reminder – The Webelos 1s and 2s have been given the honor to participate in their annual Veteran’s Day Celebration by presenting the colors at the beginning of the ceremony.
These Scouts should wear their Class A uniforms (including neckerchief, slide and belt), blue jeans, and tennis shoes. As a reminder – please have your Scout to the school by 6:45a.m.
Thank you for allowing your Scout to be a part of this
Sunday – Golf Tournament Fund Raiser
Come and join us for a fun day of sunshine and putting!
Every Scout in attendance will be able to complete the requirements for the Golf Belt Loop and Pin.
Bake Sale: A table will be set up to sell home baked items. Donations of items are welcome!
(Any items left over will be served during the Pot Luck Monday night).
Pack 93 will also have the opportunity to plant a tree as another community service opportunity.
Class A uniforms requested and cold water will be provided!
Monday Afternoon – Veteran’s Day Parade!!
Join us for of our nation’s oldest and longest Veteran’s Day Parade. Over 500 scouts will take part in this 1 1/2 mile walk to honor our service men and women.
Assemble at the vacant lot besides Flowers Bakery (900 16th Street, Birmingham, AL) at 11:30 a.m. /Parade Time: 1:30 (roads will be blocked off – uncertain as to time)
What You Need to Know:
- Be sure to bring water, as no food will be provided. There will be a small amount of down time as the Scouting contingent joins the larger parade. Be prepared with snacks, games, or other activities to keep the interest of the Scouts.
- No one is allowed to throw candy during the parade.
- The parade route will be 1 ½ miles.
- The Scouting Uniform is the proper attire for the parade. (Class A – Required by Council)
Each scout who attends will receive a small flag to carry and a patch from the Council.
Monday Night – Pack Meeting – Pot Luck Dinner, Oakmont at 6:30
The Pack is providing the ham and drinks!
Tigers and Wolves – Bring Vegetables
Bears- Bring Salads
Webelos – bring rolls and Desserts
Note – You may bring more than one item and please bring enough to feed your family plus 2 more.
Community Service Project
Please don’t forget to bring your filled show boxes for Operation Christmas Child on Monday Night!!
Every Scout who participates will receive a patch.