Our Scouts have been hard at work creating creative Jack-O-Lanterns. Enjoy the galleries below…if you dare!!!
The new scout year has begun, and Pack 89 started it off with a hike at the Sourland Mountain Preserve. We had great weather and a great turnout.
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Pack 89 ended a very unusual scouting year with a celebration of the scouts as they moved up to their next rank, while a few moved on to Boy Scouts. As with all of our recent Pack Meetings this meeting also held via Zoom.
Pack 89 kept the scouting year rolling while maintaining social distancing by holding its first every BINGO night (with the help of Zoom). Winners received an Amazon Gift Card.
At all levels of scouting, scouts are encouraged to do community service projects and support the local community.
Pack 89 would also like to announce that the pack will donate $1000 to our local Hillsborough community. We have spoken with our Mayor and our local township Committee, and have been assured our donation will go directly to the Community Assistance Network to help our local residents that are in need of food and other basic essentials.
COVID 19 has made it challenging to continue our Scouting activities, but scouts love a challenge. Thanks to Zoom, our Dens continue to meet regularly and work on badge requirements.
With the weather getting warmer, we held our first of a series of spring hikes at Dukes Farms. The weather cooperated, and we had a beautiful sunny, warm day.
Pack 89 held it annual Pinewood Derby at the municipal building again. The scouts got to race the cars that had worked hard on the past few months, and vote on the car the though looked the coolest. Awards were given out for the overall fastest car, fastest car in each den, and the coolest-looking car in each den.
Pack 89 held it annual Applebee’s Breakfast Fundraiser on Sunday, January 5, 2020. The scouts had a great time taking order and serving our guests.