Scouting for Food Sleepover

sleepoverWe are having a sleepover pizza party for those who participated in the Scouting for Food service project.  After we finish up with Scouting for Food everyone will go home for a break and then we will head back to the gym around 6:30 for our sleepover.

This sleepover is a great first overnight activity for new scouts and younger scouts to get used to spending the night with a larger group. Lions, Tigers, and Wolves are required to have a parent spend the night with them.  For the older scouts it depends on the maturity of the scout and his comfort level sleeping out with a group of people.

The cost for the sleepover is $5 for a single or $10 per family, to cover the cost of pizza, snacks, breakfast, and beverages. If your scout participated in Scouting for Food but cannot spend that night. Your scout is still welcome to attend and leave at the end of the night. The cost if you are not spending the night will simply be $2.50/per person.

Please send an email to Cubmaster Email with your scout’s name and the names of anyone who will be attending with your scout. It is important that we have a proper headcount by the morning so that we can ensure we can purchase enough supplies.  Money for the sleepover can be paid on the day of.

For those sleeping over here is a list of things that they should bring along:

  • Pajamas
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Foam Pad/Air Pad/Bedroll (optional)
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste
  • Flashlight (optional)
  • Necessary Medications (this includes emergency items such as inhalers, epi-pens, insulin and the such).
  • Items pertaining to dietary restrictions.
  • Warm clothing (including hat & gloves) in case we decide on a short night hike.

Lock In /Sleep over

If you are attending the sleepover/ lock in please email Mrs. Regina with who is attending at rgiuffre@cubscoutpack1776.org.   We need a final head count tonight. It is $5.00 a person which will be collected tomorrow morning. You must have attended last Saturday or tomorrow’s Scouting for Food to attend. Doors open at 5:00 pm. Any questions or concerns please contact Ms. Regina.

2016 Scouting for Food Sleepover

sleepoverWe are having a sleepover pizza party for those who participated in the Scouting for Food service project.  After we finish up with Scouting for Food everyone will go home for a break and then we will head back to the gym around 6:30 for our sleepover.

This sleepover is a great first overnight activity for new scouts and younger scouts to get used to spending the night with a larger group. Lions, Tigers, and Wolves are required to have a parent spend the night with them.  For the older scouts it depends on the maturity of the scout and his comfort level sleeping out with a group of people.

The cost for the sleepover is $5 for a single or $10 per family, to cover the cost of pizza, snacks, breakfast, and beverages. If your scout participated in Scouting for Food but cannot spend that night. Your scout is still welcome to attend and leave at the end of the night. The cost if you are not spending the night will simply be $2.50/per person.

Please send an email to Cubmaster Email with your scout’s name and the names of anyone who will be attending with your scout. It is important that we have a proper headcount by the morning so that we can ensure we can purchase enough supplies.  Money for the sleepover can be paid on the day of.

For those sleeping over here is a list of things that they should bring along:

  • Pajamas
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Foam Pad/Air Pad/Bedroll (optional)
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste
  • Flashlight (optional)
  • Necessary Medications (this includes emergency items such as inhalers, epi-pens, insulin and the such).
  • Items pertaining to dietary restrictions.
  • Warm clothing (including hat & gloves) in case we decide on a short night hike.

2016 Scouting for Food Sleepover

sleepoverDon’t forget we are having a sleepover pizza party for those who participated in the Scouting for Food service project.  After we finish up with Scouting for Food this Saturday, everyone will go home for a break and then we will head back to the gym around 6:30 for our sleepover.

This sleepover is a great first overnight activity for new scouts and younger scouts to get used to spending the night with a larger group. Lions, Tigers, and Wolves are required to have a parent spend the night with them.  For the older scouts it depends on the maturity of the scout and his comfort level sleeping out with a group of people.

The cost for the sleepover is $5 for a single or $10 per family, to cover the cost of pizza, snacks, breakfast, and beverages. If your scout participated in Scouting for Food but cannot spend that night. Your scout is still welcome to attend and leave at the end of the night. The cost if you are not spending the night will simply be $2.50/per person.

Please send an email to Cubmaster Email with your scout’s name and the names of anyone who will be attending with your scout. I know some of you signed up but some put their scout’s name without any indication if there was an adult staying with them or not. It is important that we have a proper headcount by Saturday morning so that we can ensure we can purchase enough supplies.  Money for the sleepover can be paid on Saturday.

For those sleeping over here is a list of things that they should bring along:

  • Pajamas
  • Sleeping Bag
  • Pillow
  • Foam Pad/Air Pad/Bedroll (optional)
  • Toothbrush/Toothpaste
  • Flashlight (optional)
  • Necessary Medications (this includes emergency items such as inhalers, epi-pens, insulin and the such).
  • Items pertaining to dietary restrictions.
  • Warm clothing (including hat & gloves) in case we decide on a short night hike.

We will see you all at 10:00 AM Saturday morning to collect our bags.