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    • 26 Oct 2019
    • 10:00 AM
    • Pyramid Mountain in Boonton, NJ
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    • 2 Nov 2019
    • 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • H.B. Whitehorne Middle School, 600 Bloomfield Avenue, Verona, NJ 07044

    Pow Wow is an action-packed, fun-filled single day of supplemental training where participants choose from a variety of courses. See Registration page for course listing.

    Sessions are led by experienced volunteers who will help you enhance your ability to deliver a fun and exciting program to our youth.

    48 courses to choose from INCLUDING 5 Training courses – Chartered Organization Rep, Den Chief, Cub Leader, Scoutmaster Specifics and BSA Outdoor Ethics Orientation.

    Who should attend? Cub Scout Leaders, Boy Scout Leaders, Council / District Volunteers, interested parents and Boy Scouts. Registered Boy Scouts may register and take classes same as adults.

    Child Care. We will have a youth program for children K – 5th Grade that will be run by Registered Scout Leaders and Den Chiefs. They too will have a day filled with fun filled activities. You will get to enjoy your lunch together!

    Lunch can be ordered for an additional $6 fee or you can bring your own. The purchased lunch will include a sandwich option (ham &cheese, roast beef or turkey) chips and a drink.

    Fee $25 per participant for Adults and registering Boy Scouts. $15 per child in the youth program. Fee includes; patch, handouts and raffle prizes during the closing program.

    For More Information and to Register - Click HERE

    • 9 Nov 2019
    • 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM
    • Grover Cleveland Park (Picnic Area)

    Outdoor ethics is deeply ingrained in the BSA program. No place is this more important than in the outdoors. Scouting and Venturing have a long, proud tradition of conservation service to the nation. How do we preserve that tradition? By heeding the challenge in the Outdoor Code:

    As an American, I will do my best to— 
    Be clean in my outdoor manners. 
    Be careful with fire.
    Be considerate in the outdoors.
    Be conservation minded.


    • 22 Nov 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium



    • 13 Dec 2019
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium Parking Lot

    Get ready to sing some songs, enjoy some skits, laugh with your friends and collect items for those in need. The annual Pack Family Winter Campfire is a time to remember the Cubscouts who have worked hard with their families to raise money for the Pack programs and to also remember those in need.

    All Scouts and their families are invited to participate in an event that we look forward to each year. We will be meeting in the parking lot outside the trinity gym and the event will not be canceled due to bad weather. In the case of rain or snow, the event will move indoors to the gym. Dress warm and bring your camp chairs to set up around the fires. Some type of snack and hot chocolate will be served.

    Winter Coats, Non-perishable Food and Toys!

    Its time to clean out your attic and closets of all those nice old coats that you are saving for a time that will probably never come. Most of us have been in a situation at some point when we were cold and didn’t have on the right clothing to stay warm. It’s an uncomfortable and disorienting feeling that leaves you unable to think about much else, other than how cold you are. Unfortunately, for millions of people, this can be a constant problem. Sometimes a warm coat is all it takes to ease a burden and warm a heart – especially during the winter months. Coats should be lightly used and clean.

    In addition to coats, we will also be collecting toys and non perishable food. Toys should be new and unwrapped and all food should be canned or "non perishable." 

    • 4 Jan 2020
    • 10:00 AM - 3:00 PM
    • Trinity Cafeteria

    Become one of the millions of Cub Scouts who have been building and racing Pinewood Derby® cars since 1953. Partnered with a parent or adult mentor, Cub Scouts work together, strengthening bonds and building confidence – and their own custom race cars! They begin by choosing a car design, then carve it out and detail it with paint, decals and other accessories, and perfect strategies to compete in their pack's Pinewood Derby. It's a wonderful learning experience centered on teamwork, ingenuity and sportsmanship – all for the thrill of the race and a lifetime of great memories to share with fellow racers young and old.

    The Pinewood Builders Workshop is an opportunity for parents and their scouts to meet with experienced Pinewood Derby racers and learn the fundamentals of designing, roughing, finishing and fine tuning a pinewood car. 

    This workshop is open to all Pack 846 scouts and family members regardless of scout rank, age or experience. If you consider yourself a pinewood racing expert, then we encourage you to stop in and share your skills and encourage others in the Pack. The builders program will consist of:

    • Drawing out some design ideas and then, guided by an adult mentor, sketch the outline of your chosen design on the wooden block.
    • Cutting out the car shape using woodworking tools, letting your adult mentor help you with the difficult parts. Use sandpaper to smooth the surface.
    • Painting your car and adding decals available from the council scout shop, local hobby stores and www.scoutstuff.org.
    • Installing the axles and wheels, working with your adult mentor to make sure they fit the car body at the right angle and that the wheels spin easily.
    • Add accessories if you'd like (Remember to check the Pack 846 rules.)

    Two very important notes from the Committee about Pinewood Derby:

    Please remember the Cub Scout motto:  Do Your Best, and Have Fun Doing It.  It’s true: your scout’s Pinewood Derby car should actually be built by your scout, and it is also a great opportunity for him or her to do their best.  If you or your Scout are not interested in the more technical aspects of car building such as graphite or polishing axles and wheels, don’t worry about it!  Remember the motto!

    Like most of our activities, the Pinewood Derby is a family event.  We will once again host races for parents, siblings, and former Cub Scouts on race day.  We strongly encourage parents and family members to design and build a car alongside their Scout.

    Download the official Pack 846 Pinewood Derby Rules

    Pinewood Rules Revised (2).pdf


    • 10 Jan 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium


    • 18 Jan 2020
    • 19 Jan 2020
    • Battleship New Jersey


    • 29 Jan 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Cafeteria

    HERE ARE THE OFFICIAL PACK 846 RULES FOR CAR CONSTRUCTION:

    1. The car is to be built from the kit that is handed out at the Pack Meeting or your Den Meeting.  No other cars or kits are permitted.

    2. The car weight shall not exceed 5 ounces per the official “weigh in” scale.

    3. The length of the car cannot be more than 7 inches.

    4. The width of the car cannot exceed 2 3/4 inches.

    5. The car must have 1 3/4 inches of clearance between the wheels.

    6. The car must have 3/8 inches clearance underneath the body. (Ground Clearance).

    7. The wood provided in the official B.S.A. kit must be used; store bought kits, scrap wood, etc. will not be allowed.  The block may be formed into any shape.

    8. The wheels supplied with the kit must be used; they may not be cut, drilled, rounded, or beveled. You are allowed to remove the manufacturing seem.

    9. The axles that are supplied with the kit must be used, and the axles must be used in their pre-cut locations. Do not re-locate the axles. The axles may be polished and lubricated with a dry lubricant.

    10. Wheel bearings, washers, or bushings are prohibited.

    11. The car cannot have any springs or other type of suspension.

    12. The car must be freewheeling without any starting devices or propulsion of any kind.

    13. No loose material may be used, such as lead shot or mercury capsules. Everything on the car must be secured, for example, figures, fenders, etc.

    14. Cars can be painted any way you want as long as it is not offensive. 

    15. Each car will pass a thorough inspection at the official weigh in, any cars found in violation of the above rules will not be allowed to race. 1

    16.  The front of the car may not be cut out or “notched”.  

     There are no exceptions to these rules!!!

    • 8 Feb 2020
    • 9:00 AM - 4:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium

    Race Day Schedule:


                    9:00 AM Bears

                    9:30 AM Webelos I

                    10:00 AM Webelos II

                    10:30 AM Wolves

                    11:00 AM Tigers

                    11:30 AM Lions

                    12:30 PM Finals

                    1:00 PM Unlimited

                    2:00 PM Begin Cleanup

    • 14 Feb 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium


    • 13 Mar 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium

    COME ONE, COME ALL to the Cub Scout Pack 846 Carnival!  Each Den is sponsoring a fun game of skill.  Join us for a night of hitting targets, popping balloons and tossing bean bags.

    Class B t-shirts will be available for pick up, one free for each scout.  Additional t-shirts for family members are available for purchase.

    RAFFLE TICKETS... COME GET YOUR RAFFLE TICKETS!  Pack 846 will be selling raffle tickets for your chance to win a premium telescope, pop-up screened canopy or a two person tent.  Tickets will be on sale at each pack meeting and the drawing will be in June.  $10 for 1 ticket or $20 for 3.

    Uniform:  Class A uniform shirt, jeans or scout pants, neckerchief with slide, belt and hat.

    • 17 Apr 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gymnasium

    The Raingutter Regatta is a racing event for Cub Scouts that is the sailboat equivalent of the pinewood derby. 

    Each scout should have their sailboat kit that was provided to them by their Den Leader.  Scouts are free to paint and decorate their sailboats as they choose.

    The boats are raced in a standard rain gutter that is ten feet long, placed on a table and filled with water.  The boats are propelled by blowing on the sail.  The first boat to reach the end of the gutter is the winner.  Winners will take home fame and glory!!!!

    In the spirit of the regatta... Here's some boat jokes to share with your scouts:

    What detergent do sailors use? --------Tide! 

    Where do ghosts like to go sailing? -------Lake Eerie 

    Where do zombies like to go sailing?-------The Dead Sea






    • 24 Apr 2020
    • 26 Apr 2020

    The Weboree is a weekend overnight program held at Camp No-Be-Bo-Sco for 4th-grade Webelos Scouts and their parents/guardians. The foremost purpose is to introduce the scouts and their parents/guardians to the type of activities that they can expect to do in Boy Scouts. The success of the Weboree is based on peer example: that a scout learns by the skills, attitudes and behavior of older, trained Boy Scouts and uniformed leaders.

    The nature of the program is a typical day at camp: an eight period day plus lunch and free time before supper. Each participant will follow a complete schedule for all events. In order for the council staff to meet with leaders and guardians, the afternoon schedule will include a surprise activity for the Webelos Scout.

    We promise to keep your Scouts busy all weekend!

    Weboree is a "rain or shine" event!!

    • 25 Apr 2020
    • 9:00 AM
    • 26 Apr 2020
    • 1:00 PM
    • Winnebago Scout Reservation

    Winnebago Scout Reservation

    Come join us at one of the finest and longest-running Scout Boy Scout camps in the USA. Situated in the heart of the Copperas Mountains in Rockaway NJ, Winnebago is only 40 miles from the hustle of New York City and yet so quiet. The reservation encompasses more than 450 acres of woodland for camping, hiking, and outdoor adventure. Durham Pond covers 60 acres for swimming, sailing, boating and amazing bass fishing. Winnebago has large, private campsites for a great camp experience. During the summer, we offer resident and day camp for troops and individuals.

    Program will begin at 9 AM on Saturday April 27, 2019.  We will spend the day hiking, fishing, shooting BB's and cub camp skills.  As the sun goes down we will prepare for our famous Pack 846 campfire program.  Dens will perform skits, songs and jokes.

    If you would like a suggested packing list, please see your Den Leader or email jenniferareinhardt@yahoo.com.  Don't forget your fishing gear!  We will provide the bait!!!

    Uniform:  Class B T-Shirts should be worn for the daytime activities.  Class A uniform should be worn for the evening.

    Meals:  Pack 846 will provide lunch, dinner and dessert Saturday and breakfast Sunday morning.  

    *Please list all adults, scouts and siblings attending as guests

    on the registration form*


    • 15 May 2020
    • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Grover Cleveland Park - At the Lake

    Come join us at Grover Cleveland Park for our Annual Pack 846 Fishing Derby!!!  You bring your fishing gear and we'll bring the bait!

    Please note the change in time.  The start time will be 6:30 PM in order to allow more daylight hours to fish.

    Raffle tickets will be available to purchase.  1 for $10 and 3 for $20.  

    • 25 May 2020
    • 8:45 AM
    • Forest Avenue at the Trinity Academy entrance

    Memorial Day Parade

    Come join us in representing Pack 846 in the Memorial Day Parade.  The parade runs from Forest Avenue in Caldwell to the Gazebo in West Caldwell.  This is a family event and all are welcome and encouraged to march with their Scouts. 

    Please come dressed in your Class A uniform: uniform shirt, neckerchief and slide, hat, belt and scout pants/blue jeans/navy blue pants.



    • 5 Jun 2020
    • 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
    • Trinity Gym- 235 Bloomfield Ave Caldwell, NJ


    All families are welcome to come see what Caldwell Cub Scout Pack 846 is all about!  Stations will be set up that highlight some of the most exciting things we do in our Pack. 

    We will have volunteers on hand to answer all of your questions and even sign you up on the spot!



    • 13 Jun 2020
    • 4:00 PM - 8:00 PM
    • Grover Cleveland Park - Picnic Area

    A night of family fun and a few field games. Our traditional cookout held at the end of the Pack season is an opportunity for Cub Scout families to join together one last time before the summer starts. 

    Don't forget to bring your camp chairs and bug spray.  


    Please note the change in time from the previous email. 

    Unfortunately we do not have a rain location, so let's all hope for some great weather!

    Picnic set up will begin at 4 PM and food should be served by 5.  Feel free to bring a dessert or side dish to share.

    This will be your last night to buy raffle tickets.  They are 1 for $10 or 3 for $20.  We will choose the lucky winner at the end of the picnic.

    • 11 Jul 2020
    • 13 Jul 2020
    • 39 Upper Hibernia Road, Rockaway Township, NJ 07866

    Camp Lewis in Rockaway, NJ hosts Cub Scout Pack 846 Overnight Camp. Geared for both Scouts and parents, campers of all experience will find safe and engaging program that will keep you captivated for either a 2-night and 5-night sessions in July. In addition to activities throughout the day, adults are encouraged to participate in a number of training programs to increase their experience!

    • 17 Jul 2020
    • 6:30 PM
    • 18 Jul 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • Yogi Berra Stadium

    Pack 846 continues the tradition of participating in the annual Jackals sleepover event at Yogi Berra Stadium in Montclair. Families enjoy the baseball game and then pitch their tents in the outfield of the stadium. This is a great opportunity for the boys and girls to run around in the field while the parents take some time to enjoy each others company.

    As part of the program, families can participate in the legendary breakfast served by the jackals staff. The program ends very early on Saturday morning so you don't have to worry about conflicts with your Saturday schedule. You will be home by 9AM.

    The cost for the sleepover is $32.00 per participant. If you are only staying for the game the cost is $13.00 per participant. Rain dates will be announced if the event is canceled due to inclement weather. Registration email will be sent out soon.

    Uniform is Class B

    • 8 Aug 2020
    • 8:00 AM
    • Maplewood Memorial Park Amphitheater

    Cubmobile Races at Memorial Park on 8/8 (Rain Date 8/9)

    (Pack Event)

    Start Time: Saturday, August, 8 08:00 AM 

    End Time: Saturday, August, 8 12:30 PM 

    Location: Memorial Park Amphitheater

    Event Message:

    This is a joint event.  We will be participating with Packs from other nearby towns.  Cub Scouts may invite other youth who may be interested in Cub Scouts to attend this event.  All are welcome to attend!  Please send me an email if you are bringing additional participants.

    RSVP NOW!!  We must register all of the scouts participating by the end of next week!

    Event DescriptionThis event is friendly, non-competitive racing of Cubmobiles (soap box derby style racers) that each of the Packs have built (Pack 6 made five Cubmobiles). All Cubs will get the opportunity to "feel the need for speed" as they use gravity to "race" down the hill at Memorial Park in Maplewood (after a brief test to make sure that they can properly control the vehicle). We will use all available cars and match up cars and drivers with each race.  Parental assistance will be needed with set up, monitoring racing lanes, test drives, working with youth waiting to race, keeping all Cubs and siblings away from the race course when Cubmobiles are in motion, cleanup, etc. 

    Please come prepared for hot weather. Cub Scouts and parents are encouraged to bring water bottles, there will be water coolers to refill.  Cub Scouts please wear your Class-B uniform.  Please arrive promptly, as we plan to have an opening ceremony and take a group picture of the Cub Scouts and Cubmobiles before the racing begins.  

    If anyone has any questions, comments, or suggestions, please do not hesitate to call or email your pack/den leaders.

    Please do not forget the cameras and video cameras for this one! 


    Draft Schedule:  

     

    8:00am - 9:00am: leader/parent arrival and setup (we need people to arrive early to help set up) 

     

    9:00am - Noon: driver safety testing and racing

     

    Noon - 12:30pm: breakdown and cleanup

     

     


    In case of bad weather, we will notify families via email.  

     


    Important Safety Information: 
     

     

    => Cubs must wear closed toe shoes (sneakers or hiking shoes are best). Avoid shoes which could easily fly off or cause the feet to slip while driving.

    => Cubs must wear a safety helmet when driving one of the Cubmobiles. Cubs are encouraged to bring a helmet with them that fits properly (a bike helmet will work fine; alternatively a baseball batting helmet, football helmet, or motocross helmet will also work).

    => Please note that elbow pads, wrist guards, knee pads, safety goggles, thigh pads, driving gloves, and shoulder pads are all optional...:-)=> Cubs will have the opportunity to practice in the Cubmobiles before racing down the big hill. 

    => Cubs must demonstrate that they can stop the car using the hand brake before they will be allowed to race down the hill. Cubs must not try to use their feet to stop - the Cubmobiles will pick-up a fair amount of speed coming down the hill and the "Fred Flintstone"/"Barney Rubble" approach is not going to work! Worse than that, the Cub can seriously hurt a foot or ankle so we need to ensure that they MUST USE THE HAND BRAKE TO STOP.

    Thanks to our very successful flag fundraiser, Pack 846 has 5 Cubmobiles to use for this event!


Past events

19 Oct 2019 Popcorn Show & Sell #2
12 Oct 2019 Fall Family Camping Trip
5 Oct 2019 Popcorn Show & Sell #1
4 Oct 2019 Pack Meeting - Basic Overnight Camping Skills
4 Oct 2019 Introduction to Outdoor Leader Skills
29 Sep 2019 HIKE OF THE MONTH CLUB- September
17 Sep 2019 New Family Orientation - Your first official night as a Scout Family
13 Sep 2019 Pack Meeting & New Family Open House
10 Aug 2019 Cubmobile Race Day
15 Jun 2019 Pack Family Cookout
14 Jun 2019 Pack 846 OPEN HOUSE
27 May 2019 Memorial Day Parade
17 May 2019 Pack Fishing Derby
14 May 2019 Community Service Project- "Sandwich Night"
11 May 2019 Cubmobile Builders Workshop
27 Apr 2019 Spring Pack Family Camping Trip
26 Apr 2019 The 30th Annual Weboree
5 Apr 2019 Pack Raingutter Regatta
15 Mar 2019 Pack Cub Scout Carnival Night
3 Mar 2019 75th Anniversary Blue & Gold Banquet
15 Feb 2019 Pack Meeting - Paper Airplane Derby
7 Feb 2019 Pack Committee Meeting
2 Feb 2019 Pinewood Derby Race Day
29 Jan 2019 Pinewood Inspections & Turn-in
11 Jan 2019 Pack Meeting - cyberCHIP
10 Jan 2019 Pack Committee Meeting
5 Jan 2019 Pinewood Builders Workshop
14 Dec 2018 Winter Camp Fire & Annual Giving Drive
16 Nov 2018 Cardboard Box Car Event & Sock Drive
3 Nov 2018 Cub Scout Outdoor Skills
20 Oct 2018 Fall Family Camping Trip
13 Oct 2018 Popcorn Show & Sell #2
6 Oct 2018 Popcorn Show & Sell #1
5 Oct 2018 Pack Meeting - Basic Overnight Camping Skills
29 Sep 2018 Northern New Jersey Council Pow Wow
18 Sep 2018 New Family Orientation - Your first official night as a Scout Family
14 Sep 2018 Pack Meeting & New Family Open House
7 Jun 2018 Committee Meeting
19 May 2018 Pack Fishing & Hiking Day Trip
18 May 2018 Pack Meeting
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