Day Camp June 11-13 2014 Forms and Info


When: June 11-13, 2014
Where: Eykamp Scout Center in Evansville, IN
Time: 8:00 am- 3:30 pm (plan to arrive around 7:45 am)
Directions: From Lloyd West, go to Lincoln Avenue and enter State Hospital grounds. Follow road (stay left) to stop sign and turn left. Scout Center will be at top of hill. Park in lot at bottom of hill. Scouts will meet their Packs on the hillside in front of this lot.
Cost: $45 Per Scout until May 9th. AFTER May 9th it is $55
No fee for adults/siblings, but you can buy a T-shirt for $10. Tags are welcome, but cannot expect to do the activities that the Scouts are doing unless there are extra materials and time.

Leaders and parent volunteers are needed for this event. Parents will need to have completed Youth Protection. This can be done online at (you will create an account)

If you would like more information about this visit

Consent and Health Forms along with payment need to be turned in to the Pack by Advancement, May 3rd. Be sure to fill out all the forms and write the check to Pack 369.

If you need forms here are the Consent and Health Forms
Here is the Day Camp Info Sheet for all areas.

Webelos, Artist Activity Badge

Artist has been a very fun break for the Scouts after working so hard on the Webelos Badge for Blue and Gold.

It works out great that they are also taking Art in school as well, and cover some of these things. Always pay attention to what they do at school. It will help save you time and keep your Scouts from being bored.

Other ideas for any Scouting activities can be found online, and Pinterest has been a great source for us Webelos leaders as well.

This is what Den 12 worked on for their Artist Activity Badge.


1. Talk to an artist in your area or to your art teacher about the different occupations in the art field.  Make a list of them. We talked about jobs, and like I wrote they are taking art so it’s something they talk about in class as well.

2. Create a scrapbook (portfolio) of your Artist activity badge projects and show it to your den leader. This was a little tougher because we didn’t make things that go in a book. I took photos and this post is our portfolio. This also works as #11 of the Art Academic Pin (Display your artwork in a pack, school, or community art show…Blue and Gold or a Pack Meeting are great times to display your artwork too!)

Pick Five of the following Nine

3. Draw or paint an original picture out-of-doors, using the art materials you prefer.  Frame the picture for your room or home.

4. List the primary and secondary colors.  Explain what happens when you combine colors. Another leader came up with a way to incorporate the colors with a snack. She got icing, food coloring, and graham crackers. She discussed colors first then let them create their own.Colors
5. Using a computer, make six original designs using straight lines, curved lines, or both.

6. Draw a profile of a member of your family. We have a big dry erase board at the library. I brought in a light and the Scouts traced each other’s profiles.profilesnonames

7. Use clay to sculpt a simple object. I got a package of clay at Dollar Tree for each Scout and let them create.Will Nathan Jackson Gerald Dominik

8.Make a mobile, using your choice of materials. Our other leader found patch graphics to print for various events: Camping, Raingutter Regatta, Pinewood, Arrow of Light, etc. She had blue and yellow yarn and then the clothes hanger to tie them all to.MobileMaking Mobiles

9.Make an art construction, using your choice of materials. They just finished making a paper sculpture in art class the week before our meeting.

10.Create a collage that expresses something about you.

11.While you are a Webelos Scout, earn the Cub Scout Academics belt loop for Art.

In one longer than normal meeting that included a trip to the bathroom because of a storm warning we finished the Artist Activity Badge!

Resourcefulness—-Egg Drop

February’s Pack Meeting theme was Resourcefulness. Den 9 came up with the idea of an egg drop. Leaders and/or parents were to bring in items that they thought would help protect the egg.

We had:

Plastic bags
Duct Tape
Cotton Balls
Cotton Batting
Toilet Paper

Here is a game of “Will it break?”

TigersTigers2(The answer was: NO! It will not break!)

(The answer was: NO! It will not break!)

Wolves(The answer was: NO! It will not break!)


(The answer was: NO! It will not break!)

Bears(The answer was: NO! It will not break!)


(The answer was: Yes it will break. The toilet paper roll one did have a broken egg, but word was the egg was cracked before his drop…so take that into account.)


(The answer to was: NO! It will not break!)

Pinewood Derby, March 15, 2014


The race will be in the John H. Castle Gym.

When: Check In is on Friday, March 14 from 6:00-8:00 pm. No cars will be accepted after 8:00. Leaders need to be present by 7:30 to start voting on the cars. This is not an easy task when we have such creative boys in our Pack.

Race Day is Saturday, March 15 from 8:30 am- Noon-ish (depends on how many race). Scouts must be present and in their Class A Uniforms to be able to race their cars!

Themes eligible for awards this year are:

Most Colorful
Best Paint Job
Most Unusual
Most Humorous
Fastest Looking
Most Decals
Most Realistic
Patriotic (non-military vehicle)
Scout Theme
Best of Show
Scouts’ Choice
Committee Chair’s Choice
Cubmasters’ Choices

There will be a concession stand run by the Webelos II. They will have drinks (coffee, milk, juice, and soda), breakfast items, candy, cookies, and of course popcorn for sale.

There will be an activity for the Scouts and Tags, and of course they will be watching and cheering on all the racers. Tags and Big Kids will race after the Scouts so be sure to stick around and see if Cubmaster Woody remains undefeated!

If you need  a copy of the rules, Pack 369 Pinewood Derby Rules

The Big Kids (Leaders, parents, etc.) have a different set of rules Pack 369 Big Kids Pinewood Derby Rules

Here are some photos of cars from last year and our Big Kids winner.

If you have any questions contact your Den Leader, Cubmaster Woody or Assistant Cubmaster Charlie, or email the Pack,