Updated September 21st, 2014
We Are Pack 46
Kinnan Elementary | Bradenton, FL | Manatee District | SouthWest Florida Council
Core Value of the Month
Cooperation is being helpful and working together toward a common goal. Cooperation is a key element in teamwork. Cub Scouts will gain a better understanding of the importance of supporting each other as they play games and learn new skills
The first rank earned by every boy in Cub Scouting is Bobcat. To become a Bobcat, a boy must
complete the eight requirements listed in their handbook. This patch will be awarded to qualifying boys
at our Pack meeting in November.
Cub Scout Family Camping
Family camping is an outdoor experience that involves Cub Scouting elements in overnight settings.
Each scout must have at least one parent accompanying him, although both parents and siblings are
The Pack is responsible for planning the trips and activities, but parents are responsible for the
supervision and safety of their own children at all times.
No alcoholic beverages are permitted on Cub Scout campouts, and we ask that if you smoke to please do
so away from the main camping area.
We do require a sign-up sheet and $8 per person to cover expenses.
Please remember to leave electronic devices such as TVs, radios, or game systems at home so that they
don't become a distraction.
The Order of the Arrow is hosting another "Haunted Hike" at Camp Flying Eagle on October 25th.
There will be trick-or-treating booths with games and candy, a decorated section of the trail to walk through,
and a movie under the stars! There will be concessions such as hot dogs, hamburgers, chips, and soda
available for purchase.
Popcorn Fundraiser & Year-End Trip
Our popcorn fundraiser kicks off this month! Each Scout, along with his family, is responsible for
raising money for his pack or troop. The monies earned from this fundraiser is what helps cover the
operating expenses for the year. Without it, we could not continue to provide the level of program that
we are working so hard to offer. For scouts who reach the individual sales goal admission for
themselves and one parent will be covered at our year-end trip. This is our way of saying "thank you"
for working so hard to reach our annual goal.
Being a Cub Scout
Being a Cub Scout means many things. It means making new friends, having fun
and adventures, strengthening friendships and family ties, working hard toward
advancement, and doing your best.
We hope that you find cub scouting to be a memorable and valuable time for you
and your son.
Thank you to all of the parents and volunteers for all that you do!
Brett Muncie, Cubmaster
Tiffani Manrodt, Assistant Cubmaster