Cub Scout Pack 392

CUB FAM FUN FEST

ORION District Cub Fam Fun Fest Invitaiton Flyer (2021)[3].pdf

OCT CAMPOUT FLYER

Fall Campout 2021 Flyer.pdf

Pack 392 Parents,

Do you have or know an 11-17 year old girl that would benefit from that idyllic Summer Camp Experience? A girl you want to experience camping, rock climbing, canoeing? Experience cooking smores over a camp fire? Do you want your youth to be surrounded by families that support the Scout Oath and Law? Do you want to find a reason to get your youth out of the house and on an adventure? Do you want to find a reason to "hang out" with your youth on these adventures?


Troop 1928G has been successful in this pursuit since Feb 2019 but we are in need of that next group of girls and families to carry on the journey.


If you have a girl eligible for Scouts BSA, please, come for a visit. You will like what we are doing.

Troop 1928 is the largest girl troop in the area with 17 registered scouts (14 of which are very active). We have a great sponsor in White's Chapel UMC that provide excellent meeting facilities. We recently bought and outfitted a new scouting trailer to facilitate the camping program. We are ready to grow!

You can also find more information about us online at

https://www.troop1928.org/

Fall Fam Fun Fest

  • September 25th

  • Sign Up Here

  • $10 per family & new Scout families free

  • "Exploration on the Orion Space Station" Huffines Middle School

** UPDATE**

LISD is currently under Tier 2 Mitigation Measures. Pack 392 will follow their lead and request masks for all individuals (adults & kids) to be worn indoors. To all Scout families: If you share a home with any individual who is lab-confirmed COVID positive, please, do not attend any Scout activities and quarantine accordingly. Pack 392 wants to follow the guidelines prioritizing City, County, State, and then Federal Guidelines. Pack 392 is equally composed of three schools in Lewisville & Flower Mound: Forest Vista, Donald, & Founders. Our Pack meets once a month and the Dens each meet an additional once a month.

Thank You for Attending Our Rally Night

If you liked what you saw and heard, do not forget to share your info with the Pack by Signing up HERE. The Next Step is to register directly with the Scouts HERE


For any questions you can email or call or text:pack392flowermound@gmail.com

Evan Trickett 214-317-1934

Coming up:

Pack 392 is equally composed of three schools in Lewisville & Flower Mound: Forest Vista, Donald, & Founders. Our Pack meets once a month and the Dens each meet an additional once a month.

  • Online Registration

  • September 21st - 6:45p First Pack 392 Meeting at Forest Vista Elementary

      • Knighting Scouts

  • September 25th -<< Sign Up Here $10 per family & new Scout families free >> CUB FAM FUN FEST - "Exploration on the Orion Space Station" Huffines Middle School

      • What: Cub Fam Fun Fest

      • When: Saturday, September 25, 2021, from 8:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m.

      • Where: Huffines Middle School sports field (1440 North Valley Parkway, Lewisville, TX 75077)

      • Wear: Class B Troop 123 t-shirts, shorts, and close toed shoes

      • Bring: Full water bottle, chair, hat/sunglasses, bug spray, sunscreen, camp chair, and great attitude!

  • September 25& 26, BALOO – Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation Saturday 8:00 am - Sunday 1:00 PM Led by Cody Johnson. Will & Alma have Signed Up! Thanks TEAM

  • Oct 22-24 Pack 392 Annual Fall campout. << All The Details Here >>

  • Wood Badge - For Adults interested in taking their Scout Experience to the next level. Build up your resume with wood badge experience. The Wood Badge is a rare award program and can equip you to be a better leader in your professional and personal journeys.

Cub Scout Information.pdf
512-73520-Welcome-New-CS-Family_WEB_FPDF.pdf
Youth Protection-How to Proctect Your Children From Child Abuse Pamphlet.pdf
CubScoutAdventuresbyTopic.pdf

ANNUAL SCOUT WEEKEND AT GLOBE LIFE FIELD

Learn More About This Cub Scout Pack

For those of you with kids in the Lewisville and Flower Mound area... Cub Scouts is ramping back up for a fresh season. A majority of Pack 392 is composed of families in three schools: Forest Vista, Donald, and Founders. It's never too late to join!

Pack 392 Organization:

Lion Handbook.pdf

Lion Den TBD -Kindergarten age 5-6

Led by Dave. 2 new Scouts for a total of 2.

Tiger Handbook.pdf

Tiger Den 3 -1st Grade age 6-7

Led by Christina and Jeremy

Meets once a month, second Tuesday of each month. 1 new Scout for a total of 4

Wolf Handbook.pdf

Wolf Den 2 -2nd Grade age 7-8

Led by Christina and Jeremy

Meets once a month, second Tuesday of each month. 2 new Scouts joining for a total of 3

Bear Handbook.pdf

Bear Den 1 -3rd Grade age 8-9

Led by Vince (Eagle Scout, Arrow of Light)

Meets once a month, second Tuesday of each month. 1 new Scout for a total of 6 this season.

Webelos AOL Handbook.pdf

Webelos - Den 7 -4th age 9-10

Led by Dedra & Robert

Meets once a month on the second Sunday of the month. 1 new Scout for a total of 9.

Arrow Of LightDen 5 -5th age 10-11

Led by Jon & Chad

Meets once a month on the first Tuesday. 1 new Scout for a total of 11.

Cubmaster

William Cooper

Eagle Scout, Arrow of Light

Unit Treasurer

Jon Mitchell

Committee Chair

Evan Trickett

Popcorn this Season:

Evan Trickett here... I want to invite you to learn about fundraising for Scouts by selling popcorn. (It's in full swing did you know?) Today we have 3 families that want to sell popcorn and need inventory. Keep in mind, this initiative is not prioritized with me at the moment but can be in a month. I filled the role of popcorn Kernel last year and am open to assisting a volunteer to pass this role this year. If you at all interested and would even consider co-chairing this position let's chat. Please call or text 214-317-1934

Pack and Den Calendar

COVID-19 FAQ

UPDATED 1/14/21 - The most recent updates are indicated by a diamond in front of the question.

In-Person Unit Activities

We ask that everyone in Scouting follow the basic guidelines listed below, which are based on the CDC’s guidance for the general public. In addition, we’ve instructed local councils to consult with their local and state health departments, as well as local chartered partners, in order to implement appropriate protocols to help keep members, volunteers, and employees safe in their respective communities.

  • Isolate if you are sick, and do not attend any activity/meeting/event if you or anyone you live with feels unwell.

  • Stay at least 6 feet apart from people who don’t live with you. (properly executed Scouting cohorts at council camps may be an exception).

  • Avoid crowds.

  • Avoid poorly ventilated indoor spaces. Meet outside if you can.

  • Wear a face covering or mask that covers your nose and mouth to help protect yourself and others.

  • Wash your hands often with soap and water. Use hand sanitizer if soap and water aren’t available.

  • Avoid international travel.

  • Do NOT attend any activity/meeting/event if you or anyone you live with has been tested for Covid or another illness and have not yet received the test results.

  • Please review the Restart Scouting Checklist for additional information.

Individuals are strongly encouraged to wear face coverings over the nose and mouth wherever it is not

feasible to maintain 6 feet of social distancing from another person not in the same household.

The following are the health recommendations for all youth clubs choosing to hold meetings in Texas, such as

Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, TOP Teens (of TOP Ladies of Distinction), FFA, and Girls Inc.. Youth clubs may adopt

additional protocols consistent with their specific needs and circumstances to help protect the health and

safety of all employees, volunteers, contractors, and participants. It is advisable to meet in the largest

facility available.

The virus that causes COVID-19 can be spread to others by infected persons who have few or no symptoms.

Even if an infected person is only mildly ill, the people they spread it to may become seriously ill or even die,

especially if that person is 65 or older with pre-existing health conditions that place them at higher risk.

Because of the hidden nature of this threat, everyone should rigorously follow the practices specified in these

recommendations. We should continue to observe practices that protect everyone, including those who are

most vulnerable.

Please note, public health guidance cannot anticipate every unique situation. Youth clubs should stay

informed and take actions based on common sense and wise judgment that will protect health and support

economic revitalization. Youth clubs should also be mindful of federal and state employment and disability

laws, workplace safety standards, and accessibility standards to address the needs of both workers and

participants.