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Cub-a-Palooza

August 

26

 @ 8:30am

Kill Creek Park - Shelter 3

Attention all cub scouts!  Cub-a-Palooza is just around the corner.   This is a free event for everyone but pack registration is required.  Below are the details.  If you are interested in attending, please fill out the registration link below and let us know how many scouts and adults would be attending.  Resgistration is now closed for this.  Those who signed up will be notified with details.
 
When: Saturday, August 26th
What:
  • Cub-A-Palooza is a free event and open to all Cubs in the Iron Horse District.
  • Please register as a pack and indicate how many cubs you will have.
  • Cub Packs will rotate through various stations run completely by Troops from our district.
  • Each station will have a different activity for everyone to participate in.
  • New this year!  Each walking group will have a staff host to help lead them to their stations and answer any questions they might have.  Parents and leaders will still need to stay with their pack during stations.
  • We have asked the local fire department to come out and hose everyone down like they have done in previous years.  They have agreed to do this as long as there are no emergencies they are needed for.
 
Schedule for the day:
8:30 – Pack Registration Opens at the pavilion
9:00 – Opening Flag
9:15-11:45 – Program Stations
12:00 – Closing Flag & Possible Fire Truck Visit

Registration

Have more questions? Contact us and we would be happy to provide you with additional details.

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