Compassion is being kind and considerate, and showing concern for the well-being of others.
This is just a reminder of our PWD planning meeting that will take place this Thursday, 1/9 from 6-7 pm at St. John's. Our Leadership/Committee meeting will follow at 7:00 pm. For those who have already volunteered, thank you! For those who just want to show up, we look forward to seeing you!
Just reminder that the Annual Pack 97 Klondike Derby will be on Sunday, January 5th. We are still in need of scouts and volunteers to make the event a success, please let Mark Viveiros know as soon as possible if your scout will be able to attend and if you would be able to help out in any way.
We need someone to volunteer to coordinate our Caroling this year. It isn't complicated and only involves coordinating with the Hopkinton Housing Authority, setting up some hot chocolate and cookies for the scouts and families and seniors afterwards in the Community Room.
We could use some help distributing the wreaths on Saturday, November 23, 2013. Please sign up using this form
Pack 97 is welcoming new scouts for the upcoming year. If your son is entering first grade this September and you're interested in joining, contact our Membership Coordinator Renee Chen
On account of the rainy weather, we have arranged for the Pack 97 cookout to be next Friday the 21st at Hopkinton State Park. Please let your Den Leader know by next Wednesday at noon if your family will be attending (and if so, how many kids/adults) or not.
If you or anyone in your Den has any Tiger stuff they would like to pass on to new Tigers (handbook, hat, neckerchief, slide, etc,.) please bring it to the Committee meeting OR to the June Cookout. We will be collecting items to pass along to other scouts who are interested. We will also collect hats, slides, handbooks from other years as well and make them available to returning scouts.
Saturday, May 11, 10AM-4PM. Volunteers are needed to help with cleanup activities on the Center Trail. The plan is to focus on clearing drainage by removing last winter’s deposit of sticks, logs, and leaves so that the drainageway runs freely. Other activities may include clearing organic matter (leaves, debris) from the trail and brush clearing along the trail. Volunteers should enter from the Loop road, sign a town volunteer waiver, and then a drainage section will be assigned. Please bring gloves, rakes, water and shovels if you have them; there will be some extras. Hope to see you out there!