National Family Program Update for Unit Leadership

There are a lot of changes to Cub Scouts now.  Some changes are program related, uniform changes, and youth protection.  They are outlined in the video at the link below.  Units that have been accepted as early starters in the Family program are Pack 20, Pack 92, and Pack 76.  Those units must follow the directions in the video on how to get started.  If leaders aren't trained, they need to go on to and take the appropriate training for their position.  You can do this as early as today.  If a Pack not listed here would like to start the early Family program, they must contact Stephen Smith at 907-452-1976  in order to get set up in the system.  

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Because of a scheduling conflict at Pike's Landing, we were requested to move our Annual Recognition Dinner

back a week to Saturday, February 10, 2018 starting at 6:00 PM. 

The Council Annual Meeting will precede the dinner at 4:00 PM.  Please make these changes to your calendar.

(anyone wishing to stay at Pike's Landing the night of the Annual Recognition Dinner,
please call Pike's at 456-4500 and ask for the Catering Event Rate of $69 plus tax)






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