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Virtual Overnight Campout

Our 1st ever Virtual Pack Campout was held on the weekend of November 14-15. During the event, our scouts made their favorite pasta dishes for dinner, followed by “campfire” S’mores.

Although the night weather conditions were not ideal, some scouts were able to sleep outdoor in tents and enjoyed it.

In the morning, they made the famous “Scout omelets in a bag” for breakfast and and had lots fun doing other scouting activities.

Pack Virtual Overnight Campout Nov 14-15

Our 1st ever Virtual Pack Campout was held on the weekend of November 14-15. During the event, our scouts made their favorite pasta dishes for dinner, followed by “campfire” S’mores. In the morning, they made the famous “Scout omelets in a bag” for breakfast, and had lots fun doing other scouting activities. Visit our Campout event Facebook page to see the photos: https://fb.me/e/34pi3LOmb

October Pack Meeting: International Space Station Virtual Tour and Viewing Party

Research scientist and NASA-trained astronaut Gary Bostrup was invited to join our pack Zoom meeting on Oct 8th to talk about the International Space Station, the Space Shuttle program, doing scientific research in space, and answered some questions from our scouts. Gary showed us a photo of him doing near-zero gravity training aboard NASA’s Vomit Comet Boeing 707. Very impressive!

After the meeting, we went outside to watch the International Space Station passing above the Oak Park area. During the few minutes of the ISS pass, almost all the scouts could see the bright star-like spacecraft zipping through the night sky. We even used Ham radio equipment to capture its radio signature during the pass.

Contacting ISS using Ham radio

Pack Meeting October 8th, Thursday

Our 2nd pack meeting will be on Thursday, October 8th from 6:00 to 7:00 pm, followed by an “International Space Station viewing party” from 7:09 to 7:16 pm. ISS will have a visible path right above Oak Park from Northwest to Southeast. Would you be able to take a photo or video and share with everyone on our Facebook page facebook.com/Pack3789/ ?

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February Pack Meeting

Please join our pack on Thursday, February 20 for our monthly pack meeting! We will be constructing model boats for our first ever Raingutter Regatta sailboat race, to be held at the Oak Park Sustainability Fair on February 22 – please come to the meeting with your creativity and decorating skills ready to go!

The meeting will be held from 6 PM to 7 PM at Gateway Church (29646 Agoura Rd, Agoura Hills, CA 91301).

January Pack Meeting

Please join us this Thursday, January 16 for a presentation on meteors and meteorites presented by special guest speaker Ron Metchis. Newcomers are welcome! We will be meeting at Gateway Church (29646 Agoura Rd, Agoura Hills, CA 91301) at 6 PM.

November Pack Meeting

Please join us on Thursday, November 21 for our November Pack Meeting! Our kids will be taking part in a robotics and programming activity led by Mr. Yi as part of our STEM program this year. Boys and girls interested in scouting are welcome to attend. We will meet at Gateway Church from 6 PM to 7 PM. ‘Hope to see you there!

We will also have a fun pack activity on November 17 at Golf N Stuff in Ventura. Please come by from 3 PM to 5 PM for miniature golf and other fun activities!

October Pack Meeting

Join us on Thursday, October 17 as we host Chief Ranger Jim Rosales of the Rancho Simi Recreation and Parks Department at the Oak Canyon Community Park outdoor amphitheater (above the Splash Pad). The meeting will start at 6:00 PM. All returning and new/prospective families are welcome!

If your family is attending the Camp Josepho campout, please be sure to bring your Health Form Parts A & B and other required forms for all participants.

Camp Josepho – November 1-3

Our pack is going camping! Join us for a weekend of scouting activities at Camp Josepho (in nearby Brentwood!) on the weekend of November 1-3. Your scout can engage in archery, BB gun shooting, crafts, and other activities while enjoying prepared meals and a campfire program on Saturday evening! Things to bring:

  • Tent for the family
  • Sleeping bags (rated for 40 degrees or lower is recommended, extra blankets otherwise)
  • Sleeping pads / air mattresses / cots
  • Pillows
  • Layered clothing (for warm to cool weather)
  • Jacket
  • Sturdy close-toed shoes
  • Toiletries (toothbrushes, toothpaste, soap, towels)
  • Sunscreen
  • Flashlights
  • Refillable water bottle
  • Health Forms A & B (pp 1-3) for each participant
  • Youth Release Form
  • Adult Release Form
  • Shooting Release Form (for youth planning to participate in archery or BB guns)
  • Rules of the Road

Siblings can be accommodated, and special menus (vegetarian and gluten-free) are available. Cost is $55 per person. Sign up at the Camp Josepho registration page.

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