Author: franklinpack92

Pack Fall Camping Trip

One of the highlight events each year is the Pack Fall Camping Trip.  For many scouts this is their first time camping and they are always super excited for it.  This year we decided to trek out to Treasure Valley Scout Camp in Rutland, MA.  Many of us arrived on Friday night to setup camp and enjoy some quiet time by the campfire.  On Saturday after a hearty breakfast we worked on Scout Crafts and Rank Requirements before taking a hike down to the parade field for some group games.  After a delicious group dinner we held our annual Campfire Program with many skits and songs.  A good time was had by many!

Upcoming Events

Our regular scouting program will begin again in September, however we have several fun Summer Events planned this year.  We hope that you can join us for as many as possible.  These are all casual get togethers meant to continue fostering friendship between the Scouts and Families.  They are also a great way to meet people and get your son or daughter started in Scouting prior to the new Scout Year!  If you are interested in attending please drop us a line through our Contact Page so that we know to look for you.

Weds 7/10: Summer Games Night at Fletcher Field in Franklin 6:30 – 8PM

Tuesday 7/16: Astronomy Night/Star Gazing @ New England Sci Tech (Natick, MA) 6-9PM

Weds 7/31: Rain Gutter Regatta at St. Mary’s School (BFCCPS) 7 – 8:30PM

Sat 8/10: Summer Hiking at Blue Hills in Milton 9AM – 12PM

Fri 8/23:  Outdoor Movie Night at St. Mary’s School (BFCCPS) 6 – 8PM

Recent Pack Events:

  • Sunday 6/16: Annual Pack Fishing Derby on Uncas Pond (Franklin Rod & Gun Club)
  • Saturday 6/1: Chuckwagon Derby at Camp Resolute, Bolton
  • Monday 5/27: Franklin Memorial Day Parade
  • Sunday 5/26: Grave Reflagging at St. Mary’s Cemetery on Beaver Street
  • Sunday 5/19: Crossover and Family BBQ at King Street Fields
  • Saturday 3/23: Pack Spring Night Journey Overnight at Worcester Ecotarium
  • Sunday 3/10: Annual Blue & Gold Banquet at Franklin Elks
  • Sunday 2/10: Group Fitness at Franklin Family Karate
  • Sunday 2/3: Scout Sunday Services
  • Saturday 1/26: Annual Pinewood Derby Race at the Charter School
  • Saturday 12/15: Annual Holiday Show at Benchmark Senior Living in Franklin
  • Sunday 11/18: Rocket Derby at Mount St. Mary’s Abbey in Wrentham
  • Sunday 10/21: Fall Hike at Joe’s Rock in Wrentham
  • Fri-Sat 9/28 – 9/29: Annual Fall Camping Trip at Treasure Valley Scout Reservation
  • Saturday 8/25:  Hiking at Borderland State Park in North Easton (9AM)
  • Wednesday 8/8:  Movie Night at Collins House in Wrentham (7-9PM)
  • Wednesday 8/1:  Summer Games at Fletcher Field Franklin (6:30 -8PM)
  • Saturday 7/21:  Scavenger Hunt at Dacey Field in Franklin (4PM)
  • Saturday 7/14:  Family Bike Ride at Milford Bike Trail, Meet at Lake Louisa (10AM)
  • Sunday 6/24 Minute Cub Muster at Wayside Inn
  • Saturday 6/23 Pawsox Game and Sleepover on the Field
  • Sunday 6/10 Pack 92 Annual Fishing Derby at Uncas Pond
  • Saturday 6/2 Seven Rivers District Chuck Wagon Derby
  • Monday 5/28 Franklin Memorial Day Parade
  • Sunday 5/20 Annual Rank Crossover and Family BBQ
  • Saturday 4/28 Spring Overnight at Boston Museum of Science
  • Sunday 3/11 Pack Blue & Gold at Franklin Elks
  • Sunday 2/11 Archery at Ace Archers in Foxboro
  • Saturday 1/29 Pack Pinewood Derby
  • Saturday 12/9 Holiday Show at Forge Park Senior Living in Franklin
  • Sunday 11/12 Pack Rocket Derby, Mount St Abbey Fields in Wrentham
  • Sunday 10/29 Pack Hike, F Gilbert Hills State Forrest in Foxboro
  • Saturday 9/23 – 9/24  Pack Camping Trip, Camp Sayre in Milton, MA

 

 

Minute Cub Muster at Wayside Inn

A few of our Scout Families took advantage of the opportunity to check out the bi-annual Minute Cub Muster, which was held at the Wayside Inn in Sudbury.   The Minute Cub Muster features revolutionary war re-enactors who help the Scouts learn about history.  There are numerous activities, song, music and discovery making this an event suitable for the entire Cub Scout family.  At the end is the infamous Marshmallow Gun Battle!  Congrats to our Scouts who attend this year.

Fishing Derby 2018

The fishing certainly were biting on the morning of June 10th as we gathered on the shore and dock of the Franklin Rod & Gun Club for our annual Fishing Derby event!   I think all of the Scouts caught at least a couple of fish and the dads were able to have some fun as well.  A great morning learning new skills and creating memories for our young Scouts!  Congrats to our big winners: Drew for Most Fish and Smallest (3.5″ Sunfish), Callum for Largest Fish (8.5″ Sunfish), and Peter for Most Fish Runner Up.

 

Chuck Wagon Derby 2018

We returned to Jarvis Farms in Walpole once again for the annual District Chuck Wagon Derby!  This is a great friendly competition between several of the Packs in our District that lets the Scouts show off the many skills they have acquired along the Scouting Trail.  The Scouts and Leaders decorate their Chuck Wagons based on the theme of the year.  This year’s theme was Mission Impossible!  The scouts had a blast testing their skills at crates & planks, compass reading, obstacle courses, and more.  Our older Webelos Scouts got to show off their skills with BB Guns, Archery, and Fire Building as well.  Pack 92 had a great showing and I think everyone had a great time!

Blue & Gold 2018

This year’s Blue & Gold Banquet was just sensational!  Every year we celebrate our scouts and families with a luncheon at the Franklin Elks.  We have awards for Scouts and Leaders and cross our Arrow of Light Scouts over to their new Boy Scout Troop.  We hired “Mad Science” to entertain us this year, which was a nice change of pace.  This is another “can’t miss” event that everyone really has a good time at celebrating scouting and spending time as a bigger scouting family.

Pinewood Derby Race

The Pinewood Derby is the TOP event for Cub Scouts each year.  This is one date that hardly anyone misses because it is just that much fun!  Scouts build cars out of blocks of wood with help from their parents and decorate/style based on the theme or type of car they want to make.  We race them for placement and use computer software and a digital timer to keep track of speed and time.  We also have design awards.  The top scouts move on to compete at the district race and if they are really fast Nationals in NYC!