Cub Scout Pack 633 of North Branford

Where Catholic Faith and Adventure Meet 

Register For Pack 633

2019-2020 Forms


Below is the link to 2019-2020 health form.

This form needs to be filled out in full to be properly registered and insured.


2019-2020 HEALTH FORM


This health form MUST be filled out in FULL!

Please take note of the below 

regularly missed items.

*ALL 8 pages need to be attached

*ALL signatures in all locations need to be filled out in pen and dated by the physician, parent and scout (NO STAMPS!!!)

*Copy of both sides of the insurance card needs to be attached

* If self administer page doesn't apply please write N/A and sign and date

*Be sure all of both sections of B are filled out completely

*Immunizations must be filled out in full (you can attach an additional health form but it can not be in place of.

*If you are immunization exempt please confirm proper paperwork is attached.

* A head shot picture wallet size of each scout or leader needs to be attached to the front of health form

* ANYONE that may drive your child needs to be noted in that section, think scout leaders.

*Keep an up to date copy for home 

Catholic Religious Emblems Workbooks

Pack 633 - Religious Emblems

printable version of this info

Light of Christ           Parvuli Dei Emblems

Grades 1-2.                Grades 3-5

Obtain booklet from scout store appropriate to your scout’s grade

  • Complete booklet with your scout (have it signed by your parish priest)
  • Mail in Booklet:

Along with payment to“OEEC”

Light of Christ $10.00
Parvuli Dei $10.00 

 Parent Pins are an additional $4.00 each.

(must be received by April 1st)

Office of Education, Evangelization and Catechesis

467 Bloomfield Avenue

Bloomfield, CT 06002

c/o Jennifer McClintock

  • Receive confirmation in the mail
  • Attend Ceremony (Bring all of your loved ones to share the event)
  • Date TBD & Time (usually early June)
  • Cathedral of St. Joseph

140 Farmington Avenue

Hartford, CT 06105

Webelos/AOL ONLY
Thanksgiving campout w/Troop
11/23-24/19

Thanksgiving cooking in the woods.... yah you heard right!  Webelos/AOL will work with our older troop boys to create a full thanksgiving dinner.  From turkey to pie and washing the dishes they all do it together.  Then enjoy a great night together camping out at Sequassen Scout camp.

**This event is only open to Webelos and AOL scouts and their parents only

**a parent is required to attend for each Webelos/ AOL scout

to register click here

winter camping packing check list

Stocking Tree Masses
Sat 11/2/19 3:40-5:30 pm
Sun 11/24/19 9:10-11:00 am

Please wear full class A uniform

Important information click here

***Coming Soon***
Class B Orders


Pack 633 Class B's 

***purchase link coming soon***


Be sure to get some for your scout, sibling and even mom and dad.  These class B's can be seen from a mile away and are super comfy and durable

Picture day - Friday 12/6/19
orders close 12/13/19


Wear full class A uniform

to order your scout photos click here

Stony Creek Christmas Pageant
Saturday December 7, 2019
6pm-8pm     Free

Annual Stony Creek Christmas Pageant. 

(Stony Creek Branford, CT)

This beautiful outdoor event begins at the Stony Creek Museum and ends at the Stony Creek Dock. Seven beautiful biblical scenes of the infancy narrative of the incarnation of Jesus many scenes include live animals and all with children in character. Stony Creek Fife and Drum Corp kick off the event at 6 pm.

*Dress warm as it is fully outdoors

*This is something to enjoy with the whole family

December pack meeting
Better to Give then receive
Friday 12/13/19 6:30






633 Christmas Party

Better to Give than Receive

Friday, December 13, 2019

6:30-8:00

All our asked to bring the following (25 families attending)

We are asking all Pack and troop families to bring an

Appitizer, Finger Food or Dessert to share

Please use our sign-up genius link to avoid duplicates

&

Each family bring a Box of Religious Christmas cards

We will enjoy time together

Decorate our stockings from our stocking tree to give to the needy in New Haven

Decorate cards to deliver to hospitalized Veterans to brighten their Christmas

click here for more info

Click here for Sign-up genius for event

Veterans Christmas Card Delivery
Saturday, 12/22/19 1:00

633/1633 Veterans Card Delivery

Sunday, December 22, 2019

1:00 arrival

VA Hospital 950 Campbell Ave West Haven

Main entrance (inside large revolving door)

Wear full class A uniform (Santa hat, bells, lights…ect if you have one)

Extra scout cheerful spirit …. For some we may be their only visitor this holiday season

Please be in good health as we wouldn’t want to share any outside germs with our hospitalized veterans.

Our cubs will be working with our troop boys/girls to deliver a little holiday cheer to our hospitalized veterans. We will be personally delivering the holiday cards we made at our December pack meeting to our honored veterans.

Pinewood derby carving day
Monday 12/30/19 9am-12pm

This is a service open to our 633 families.  Our wonderful volunteers will bring their tools and work with you and your scout to turn your block of wood into your favorite pinewood derby car.  No experience necessary just come with a printout/ drawing of what you are dreaming of and we will help you get there.

Click here for specs and rules

Winter Cabin camping
January 10-11, 2020
Registration deadline 1/3/20

Winter cabin is a super fun event for scouts and their parents (parent is required for each cub scout family).  Pack has a fun filled night inside an awesome cabin up at camp Sequassen.  There is an awesome "campfire " including fun and skits.  spend quality time with your kiddos over some fun games and snacks.  The scouts will have a super fun time camping over with some of their favorite scout buds!  Enjoy a delicious  breakfast and then venture out for some fun and adventure (weather permitting various activity schedule).Come in and warm up with a warm hearty lunch and spend some more quality time with your scout before  we close the festivities in the late afternoon.  This is a great event that the kids really love..... and the parents too.

register here

event info

packing list 

Mandatory
Pinewood Derby Weigh-In Night
Thursday, January 23, 2020
6:00-8:00

For your car to be officially entered you must bring your completed car to weigh - in and it must meet all the specifications in the link below.

Pinewood derby rules

633 Pinewood Derby 2020
Friday, January 24, 2020
6:30 races start

Bring your friends and family to enjoy a night of racing.  With engine revving we will see who is the fastest racer in our 633 family.  A fun and exciting night for all.  Siblings and friends can even race their own car after the main event.

This event is a potluck snack

please click her to sign up

remember it must be nut free and appx 25 families

Pinewood derby rules

Scout Sunday
& Scout lead parish breakfast

Sunday, February 2, 2020
8:30 arrival

633 Scout Sunday

Come and celebrate Holy Mass with all of your family, the 633 family, and the parish family of our home parish St. Augustine Church.

This is a required event for Cub Scouts & Boy Scouts

When:Sunday, February 3, 2019

Where:St. Monica Church, North Branford

Time: 8:30 arrival – 9:00 Mass

Apparel:Full and complete Class A uniform

R.S.V.P: Regrets only, please text Crystal 203-645-9390

-Scouts will be expected to hold doors open and greet parishioners upon arrival and

departure of mass.

-We are to be on our best behavior as we are representing 633 as a whole and at Holy Mass the

greatest degree of reverence.

-Scouts and leaders will be sitting together in the front rows. Additional family members may

sit in the rows behind us or where space is available.

-All Scouts and families are expected to bring a breakfast item. sign up genius below

- All Scouts and Leaders are either expected to serve or present or mingle with parishioners after mass at the breakfast 

 

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Cub
scout Transition to Boy Scouts AOL Scouts/ New Scouts 
and Parents
Mandatory attendance
Friday 2/1/19 6:30-7:30













Overview of Advancement, Patrol Method, Campout Logistics, and Q&A

Unlike cub scouts where the road to complete a rank is the same for all cubs, the road to Eagle is not the same for all Boy Scouts and the pace to achieve ranks will differ as well. The purpose of this meeting is to review what these differences are, educate parents on some terminology that you will hear form your scout and myself, as well as field any other questions you may have.

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Statewide

Court of onor & Report to the state
AOL & New Girls in Scouts BSA Only Event
Friday 2/1/19 1:00

Schedule of Events and locations

1:00 pm-5:00 pm Event timeline 

1:00 pm- Gathering in the Legislative Office Building Atrium

1:30 pm- Tour of the Capitol, and the Legislative Office Building

3:00 pm- Gather for the Court of Honor, Old Appropriations Room of the State Capitol

3:15 pm- Court of Honor & Report to the State

4:00 pm- Meet and greet with Government Officials/interviews with News Outlets


Scouts should wear their Scout Uniforms 

Parking is available in the legislative parking garage. 

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Cubscout Polar Bear

Saturday February 3, 2019
11am-3pm

A great cub scout day of fun and learning.

Well worth the drive!

At the Stamford Museum and Nature Center in Stamford

click here for full information flyer

To register click here

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2019 Blue and Gold

Friday, February 8, 2019 
6:30

Come celebrate with our Arrow of light as they crossover to become full Scouts BSA and our 633 sisters crossing the frontier to scouts BSA too!

It will be a FIESTA so come ready to party with your ponchos, sombreros and your dancing shoes

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Soundtigers Scout night

Saturday, February 29, 2020
7:00 game start

Click here full information flyer
To register click here

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Valentines exchange
2/8/19

at our fiesta blue and gold

please bring 22 valentines to share with your cub scout friends.  A complete list of names can be found here when you log in http://pmweb.troopmaster.com/Website/Home

or be sure to sync first and it is on your 

PM mobile app

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Stuffed Animal Drive
New and Gently Used
for children in emergencies

1/18/19-2/22/19

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633 Ice Skating Day

Saturday 3/9/19
3:00-4:30


Scouts and your families come and enjoy an afternoon of ice skating with your 633 family.

633 Family ~ Ice Skating Event

$5 per person (this includes skating and rental)

2:45 arrival 3:00 start

3:00-4:30

Northford Ice Pavillion

24 Firelite place

Northford, CT 06472

Families and siblings welcome

When paying just mention “pack 633”

to get our special group rate

**Helmets are strongly recommended**


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Scouting For food

2/22/19 - 3/15/19

A scout is helpful.  Lets make this our best collection for scouting for food ever.  We are asking each scout to hand out at least 10 bags (or more)to their friends, family or neighbors.  Fill these bags with non perishable items and return at your 3/15 meeting.  These items will be given to local organizations to distribute to our needy friends and neighbors.


Click here for printable bag flyer attachment

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Norwalk Maritime 
Scout Day
Saturday March 23, 2019
10am-5pm

A great day at the aquarium for a great price.  

Fun for the whole family!  May cover some requirements, check with your den leader.  It includes an Imax show too.

Click here for full information flyer

To register click here

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Tri-
District Pinewood Derby Finals
Saturday, March, 30, 2019

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Fishing Derby
Saturday, April 6, 2019
3/29/19 Registration Deadline


33RD ANNUAL FISHING DERBY

DEER LAKE SCOUT RESERVATION

101 PAPER MILL RD., KILLINGWORTH, CT

ONE WEEKEND ONLY:

APRIL 6, 2019

Scouts only fish from 8 am – 11 am.  

Adults & Scout fish from 11 am – 1 pm.

The $18 registration for the morning of fishing with a two trout limit includes pancake breakfast and event patch.  If you would like to attend and enjoy breakfast but will not be fishing, the cost is $5.

Camping reservations must be made separately, at an additional charge.  Camping is available only to units and families registered for the Derby.  Complete your event registration first, then call Carolyn, 203-951-0237 to check availability and make a facility/campsite reservation.

Deadline for registration:  March 29, 2019

full info flyer

Register here

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CT Science Center Scout Day

Saturday, April 6, 2019


Calling all Scouts! You will be taking a
trip out of this world. Navigate a scouts-only scavenger hunt to earn an out-of-this-world Science Center patch! This is a BRAND NEW patch designed just for this day of intergalactic scouting fun.

Tickets are $14 in advance and $16.95 at the door.

Register here

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Easter pack meting

Friday, April 12, 2019 6:30

Join your 633 family in journeying through the passion an resurrection.  Then concluding with celebrating together the great event of Easter.


** All 633 families please bring a nut free wrapped candy for our "Easter egg" hunt.**

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NY Yankee Game

Saturday, May 4, 2019

Game Date:  Saturday May 4, 2019

Game Time: 1:05 pm

Cost:  $55 per person

Location:  Yankee Stadium

Tickets in Section 205, price includes a hot dog and a soda or water!

Bring all your Scouts, friends and family to a fun day with CT Yankee Council. A portion of the ticket price goes to the CT Yankees Friends of Scouting Fund.

Kids under 14 get a free Yankees replica bat!


Register here

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Webelos camporee weekend

May, 17-19, 2019
Registration ends 4/29/19

Who: Bears becoming Webelos and all Webelos are invited to experience an overnight Scouts BSA campout. 

What :Have fun in the outdoors, learn camping skills, work on rank requirements, and meet Scouts and adult leaders from your neighborhood Troops.

When: you get to camp, you will form Patrols and then do everything together using the Scout Patrol Method. You’ll set up campsites, have a campfire, cook your dinner, participate in lots of fun activities, and work on Webelos and Arrow of Light rank requirements.

More information click here

To register click here

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Raingutter regatta

& Ice cream social
Friday, May 17, 2019 6:30


All are invited who are interested in finding out more about Scoutsing (boys and girls ages 5-18). There is no commitment just come and meet our scouting family and have some fun! If you have a special child in your life (son/daughter, niece/nephew, grand child, cousin, friend….etc), come and meet us, maybe grab some information and enjoy a Sunday on us. Here at 633/1633 raising children of character in a faithful family environment is our mission while having fun and awesome adventures along the way. 

 If you can not make it please contact 

Michael Loffredo at 203-500-3294 or 

email loffredo.michael @gmail.com


**633 families please bring a nut free ice cream topping to share**


Print these invitations to invite a friend

Invitation Front

Invitation Back

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Memorial Day Parade

Monday, May 27, 2019 9:30 arrival

  • Scoutsin Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, slide) – Navy Blue pants(green webelos)
  • Arrival9:30 Branford Town Hall (parade begins at 10:00)
  • Parade route: begins at the Branford Green circles around by Richlin and ends back at the Branford Green.
  • Parents:bring Water bottle and simple snack for each of your parade marchers (like a package of nut free crackers). Parent will carry these items; there is a stop half way for a break.
  • A Parent,for each Cub Scout is required to march behind the pack and to be responsible for them before and immediately after the parade.
  • Parentsstay behind and not next to the scouts during ceremony and parade. If bringing a sibling they need to stay with parent or be inside a wagon pulled by parent.
  • Den Leaders & ParentsDuring the parade the cub scouts will be directed by their leader.
  • Scouts:This is a time of respect and reverence; we are remembering those who risked their lives for our freedom and also for those who lost their lives to that cause. We must remember we are representing Pack 633 and should always be on our best behavior, to stay in parade line, to stay behind your den flag and to Salute ALL Veterans in parade and on route.
  • Departure- Gather around Flagpole immediately following the parade line.

Parentsign off with cub masterbefore scout leaves with parent.

  • Den LeadersBring Den Flags. Cub master will be responsible for Pack and American Flag.

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Pack 633 F
ield Day
Friday, May, 31, 2019 6:30

Fun for the whole family!

Scouts and their families will participate in outdoor fun, games and activities with their 633 friends.  

Always a ton of fun, sometimes messy :)


Please wear your class B uniform


We ask all 633 families to bring 

a game or activity to share.

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Flag Placement May 18, 2019
Flag removal June 1, 2019

  • Scouts in Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, and slide) – Navy Blue pants (webelos green pants)
  • Arrival7:45 am 
  • Flag Placement: St. Agnes Cemetery, Branford (Next to the Ford Dealership)
  • bring a long Philips head screwdriver to aid in opening the ground for the flags
  • The scouts from troop, leaders and parents may assist the cubs in the Flag placement. Remember this is a solemn and reverent event, not a race or time to play.
  • Parents:Under uniform dress weather and activity appropriate for both events: (may want to layer) (parents use discretion as to the weather).

These should all be worn under the Class A uniform

  • A Parent for each Scout is required for this activity.
  • Scouts We must remember we are representing the 633 family and should always be on our Best Behavior. At the cemetery:to be calm and respectful of the deceased and to remember the veterans for whom we are placing the flags.

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633 & 1633 
Crossover/Court of Honor
Friday, June, 7 2019 6:30


A fun night of Awards and ceremony 

for the whole family.  

Celebrate with Pack 633 / Troop/633 / Troop 1633

Get ready to cross the Bridge and move up to your next scout rank.  

633 Court of Honor & Crossover Potluck Cookout

St. Augustine Church and Hall

6:30 Dinner & Ceremony

All families are asked to bring a food item to share (appx 25 families)

*** Be sure all foods are nut free ***

Provided by 633 - hot dogs, buns, condiments & lemonade & Cake

sign up genius link here

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Campcard Scout Fundraiser

 resigned out cards due 6/7/2019

Camp cards are in!!!

They sell for $5 
Your scout will earn $2.50 per card to put toward: summer camp or pack events or registration.
If you are interested in selling them this year please let our fundraising chair Jadean know the TOTAL per scout (scout name - #) you would like to receive Friday at the camp presentation. We will do our best to meet the needs of all.

To give you an idea
20 cards = $100 in sales 
                    ($50 scout earns)
Summer camp = 96 cards     
                    ($240 scout earns)
Registration = 50 cards 
                    ($125 scout earns)

Please only take what you plan on selling!
**Patents you are fully responsible for the total cost of the cards ($5 per card).  
**Any unsold cards must be returned with all sales funds (damaged cards can’t be returned)
**the sale will end on Friday 5/3/2019

This sale does not support pack it only helps you/your scout/your family to get the most out of your scouting adventure.
If you would like to sign up for one of our planned show and sell locations please click the link below to pick a time slot

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Cubscout Family Camp

July 12-14
Deerlake Scout Reservation
Killingworth

FUN FOR THE ENTIRE FAMILY


SEARCH FOR LOST PIRATE TREASURE AT CONNECTICUT YANKEE COUNCIL’S CUB SCOUT FAMILY WEEKENDS!

Batten down the hatches ”matey” and come join us for a pirate visit and be prepared to return to a time when Captain Kidd ruled the seas! Historical Fact… Captain William Kidd—the legendary pirate believed to have buried treasure all along the Connecticut coast. Join us for Family Weekend of Fun Adventure and Treasure HuntING. 

Spend the daylight hours shooting BB guns, archery, playing sports, taking nature hikes, crafts, swimming, canoeing and kayaking.  At the end of the day, gather around the campfire and sing pirate songs.

The price includes patch, meals, and an all day schedule of camp activities presented by our talented trained staff dedicated to giving you a weekend of family memories to cherish.


click here for more info

Click here to register

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Cubscout Day camp

July 22-26
Deerlake scout Reservation Killingworth



Cub Camp is awesome.... 

an experience not to be missed!


*Camp is open to all Cub Scouts who will be in first through fifth grades as of September 2019 (you can even invite a sibling or friend...ask cub master for more info)

*Connecticut Yankee Council’s Day Camps are week long (Monday-Friday) programs hosted in six communities over the course of the summer. 

*Scouts will experience all the awesome things camp can offer while remaining close to home. *Cub Scouts can participate in many types of activities including archery, field sports, nature, STEM, Scout skills, and more. All areas (especially archery and water activities) place a special emphasis on safety procedures.

*Each Friday we will close the week with a Field Day followed by a program where the campers will perform skits and songs for their families!

Cub Scout Day Camps are accredited by the Boy Scouts of America and licensed with the State of Connecticut.

full info click here

to register click here

campership form

forms and docs

Invite a friend to camp flyer

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July Pack Activity

Veteran stone clearing then family picnic at Foote Park
 Sat 7/27/2019
8am- 10:30 & 11-1pm
St. Agnes Cemetery Branford

This is a cub scout proposed event!  

What a great idea...Lets make it a success.


Stone clearing 8-10:30 St. Agnes Cemetery Bfd.


We are asking all families to bring any items that can be used to clear grass and debris away form covered veterans foot stones.

Items such as

- spackle knife

- hand shovel or full shovel

- work gloves

- scrub brush

- flat head screwdriver

- garbage bags

- watering can

- outdoor scissors 

anything else that can be of use without scratching the stone


Personal items also necessary

- class B t shirt

- sunscreen

- hat

- water

- protective eye wear

- personal first aid kit


Our goal is for each family attending to uncover at least 2 veterans stones.  If at least 10 families attend that will be 20 veterans honored.... that would be wonderful.


Picnic 11-1 Foote park Branford

please bring 

-bagged picnic lunch and drinks for your family 

-something to sit on (like a blanket)

-class B uniform

-sunscreen

-water

-any outdoor games to play and share

-a ball for gaga ball (one of our scouts built a pit there :)

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August 633 
Pack/Family Activity
Baseball game
and optional campover
Saturday, August, 10 , 2019
6:05pm















Enjoy with your whole family a great night of baseball, watch a movie, and then get a really cool opportunity to camp out on the field.


To register print out the below document, fill out, then snap a pic and email it to the address on the form.

Registration Form

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August Pack Event 

Crabbing
Sat 8/10 5pm-8pm
River Street Guilford

Crabbing next Saturday 8/10
5:00pm-8:00pm
River street in Guilford (closest cross street is broad street)
Please park across street and cross over to park area.
*Bring a picnic dinner for your family and a snack to share.

*wear class B
*also bring your own crabbing gear
Chicken, string, scoop net, bucket, wipes to clean hands,seating/blanket.
Please shoot me a text and let me know if you are planning on coming.
Also if you have a friend interested in scouting bring them along too.... just give us a heads up.
Looks to be a fun night.

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Catholic scouting

cub day event - land only
Sat 8/17/19

CLOSED- 2018 event
Westpoint Football - Scout day

11/10/2018
payment due - by10/5/2018



Great football and scout event 

Not to be missed

GO ARMY.... !!!!!

CLICK HERE TO PAY

Closed- 2018 event
Webelos/AOL Assist at fright night

10/27/18 1:00pm-11pm

Come work with out 633 troop and create a frighteningly scary experience for all the younger cubs.  You need to stay for the entire time to work as you will be part of the troops scare event.  

Please RSVP via packmaster email so troop can count you in as a cast member. 

Closed - 2018 event
Battleship Cove C
ampover
3/1-2/19
Registration deadline - 12/2/18


Battleship Cove 

Your overnight adventure consist of:

  • Exploring every nook, cranny and exhibit of the entire Battleship Cove fleet
  • Sleeping in the same authentic bunks that the sailors slept in
  • Learning how the sailors lived and worked on board
  • Participating in engaging special activities
  • Gathering 'round to watch an action-packed feature film
  • Mingling with veterans who made history
  • Having a full dinner and breakfast in the Officer's Wardroom (all included in the price of your stay)
  • and more!

click here to register

battleship itinerary

safety and rules

battleship packing list

ship map

Order dog tags click here by 12:00pm 2/28/19


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Mandatory - 
Parent Meeting
Friday 9/13/19 6:30
St. Augustine Church Hall

This is a mandatory meeting for all 633/1633 families.  Here is where you will learn all about our program. You will get all the basics on how to have an awesome year.  What scouting is going to bring to your child and your family and the opportunity to ask any questions.


This is the only time we ask for Parents Only as there is so much to go over in such little time.Of course nursing babies are always welcome  

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Discover Outdoor Connecticut Day

Sunday, September 15, 2019
10:00am - 4:00pm

Discover Outdoor Connecticut Day

This FREE event is sponsored by the DEEP Bureaus of Natural Resources and Outdoor Recreation
Sunday, September 15, 2019
10:00 AM - 4:00 PM
Rain or shine
(Meigs Point Area), Madison 
Parking will be on-site.

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Yale Football Community Day

9/21/19 1:00 pm

Yale Football’s home opener is Saturday, September 21st , and it is also community day! 

General admission tickets are $5 if you use the code: COMMUNITY online when purchasing tickets.

In addition to the game, there will also be Inflatables, Face Paint, Free Cotton Candy for 1st 200 Kids, Photo Booth, and Yard Games at Hospitality Village, and post-game autographs with the team.

Register Here

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633/1633 Scouting Family

Awards night ~ Court of Honor
Friday 9/27/19 6:30

A fun night of Awards and ceremony 

for the whole family.  

Celebrate with Pack 633 / Troop/633 / Troop 1633

our summertime scouting achievements. 

 Court of Honor & Awards Potluck

St. Augustine Church and Hall

6:30 Dinner & Ceremony

All families are asked to bring a food item to share (appx 25 families)

*** Be sure all foods are nut free ***

Provided by 633/633/1633 - pizza and drinks

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Scout Day at Lime Rock

Saturday 9/28/19

Saturday’s races will provide hours of racing excitement, featuring Vintage Sports Car Club of America’s Fall Finale as well as the exotic sports cars of the Lime Rock Driver’s Club. Come see vintage and collectible sports cars of all types spanning many years of automotive history – all in tip top condition and in action on the track. Patch for the first 1,000 registrations.


COST: Scouts/Adults = $15 

Cubs & siblings under 10 = $7


Event happens, rain or shine.

No Refunds after Sept. 6, 2019


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Fall Fundraiser - Cooke Tavern Soups

due back 10/11/2019

Completed forms and full payment 

due on 10/19/2018

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SCOUTING IN THE 21ST CENTURY - 
A RETURN TO BASIC

October 19-20, 2019 

Hoyt Scout Reservation

Cub Scout Field Day Campout

 $33.00 Youth p/p 

$27.00 Adult p/p

 must be paid in full by Sept 27, 2019.

includes:

*activities

* patch (for youth)

*camping

* lunch @ canteen

*sat dinner & sun breakfast with pack


Highlights: Eight Action Stations:

  1. Vertical Run Inflatable Obstacle Course: Squeeze through tunnels, jump over barriers, slip underneath bars, and push your way past any obstacle that comes your way while trying to move as fast as possible with this new course!
  2. BB Shoot: Cub Scouts will learn the safe and responsible use of BB guns, and to have fun in a safe range conducted by qualified adults.
  3. Compass/How to Use a Compass: Explain the parts of the Compass. How to find North. What that means, and how to navigate with one around a simple course.
  4. Knots/Knot Tying/The Six Scout Knots: Have fun learning the basic Scout Knots.
  5. Leave No Trace for Every Kid/Leaf What You Find (Leaf Tracing):Discovering the fun of spending time outdoors and learning about responsibility for the environment.
  6. Campfire How To & Safety/Smokey the Bear for Kids: Having a campfire fire is a big responsibility. Scouts will learn the fire-making process and about campfire safety. We are working on a special appearance by Smokey the Bear.
  7. Flag Folding/Flag Ceremony: Scouts will learn Flag etiquette and ceremonies.
  8. Cub Scout Games: Special Guest will lead Cub Scouts through a series of repeat after me songs and fun Cub Scout games.

PLUS….

  • Campfire Program with a special appearance of Lord Baden Powell and Smokey the Bear.

Register here

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Medieval Times P
ack Meeting
"Knights in the night"
Friday 10/25/2019 6:30





This is a "coffee and....."

What to Bring

  • All families are asked to bring a nut free dessert /snack to share with all of our 25 families (pack and both troops)
  • Glow in the Dark, bring your favorite glow in the dark items for yourself and to share
  • All Families attending are asked to bring a medieval themed station game (example: beanbag toss into the dragon)
  • sign up genius link here

What to Wear

Scouts & Family :Dress as Knights, Dragons, Princess, King, Queen, Archer, Friar

Closed
Fright Night 10/26/2019

4:00pm-9:00pm
Register online by 10/18

Fright Night 2019

A spooky good time at Deer lake scout camp in Killingworth, CT

Halloween Fun for the whole family!!

Fright Night Flyer

To register online directly with council 

 Click here

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Box of Joy

Due back Friday 11/1/19

Help make a child's Christmas a bit brighter in a third world country with a wonderful gift box.

Directions on how to pack prepare and pay for box

Click here for what to pack

Click here to pay the ministry support/shipping fee  $9.00

Closed
Pack Hike - Branford Supply Pond

Saturday 11/2/2019 10:00am

Closed
Cub - O - Re
e
Sat 11/2/2019










BB GUNS • SLING SHOTS • NATURE HIKE •FIRST AID • GEOCACHING • ARTS & CRAFTS • AND MORE

Saturday November 2nd Old Mine Park, Trumbull Check In starts at Noon Opening Ceremony at 12:30PM Event Concludes at 4:30PM

Cost $10/ Scout

Flyer

Registration

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633 Campfire & Flag Retirement Ceremony - Sat 11/2/19





7:00-9:00

14 Piscitello Drive Branford

Bring a nut free snack to share (appx 30 families)

Also bring chairs and a blanket


Super fun night for the 633 family.  Bring the whole family young and old.  The evening begins with a solemn retirement of tattered American flags.  Then we move to our campfire program run by our cubs and older scouts.... you will be sure to be rolling in laughter and beaming with pride as all our scouts bring to life true scout spirit!


Marshmallows, Smores' & drinks will be provided


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Veterans

Flag Placement 11/2/2019

Flag Removal 11/16/2019

  • Scouts in Full class A Uniform (Uniform shirt, hat, neckerchief, and slide) – Navy Blue pants (webelos green pants)
  • Arrival7:45 am 
  • Flag Placement: St. Agnes Cemetery, Branford (Next to the Ford Dealership)
  • bring a long Philips head screwdriver to aid in opening the ground for the flags
  • The scouts from troop, leaders and parents may assist the cubs in the Flag placement. Remember this is a solemn and reverent event, not a race or time to play.
  • Parents:Under uniform dress weather and activity appropriate for both events: (may want to layer) (parents use discretion as to the weather).

These should all be worn under the Class A uniform

  • A Parent for each Scout is required for this activity.
  • Scouts We must remember we are representing the 633 family and should always be on our Best Behavior. At the cemetery:to be calm and respectful of the deceased and to remember the veterans for whom we are placing the flags.

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Old Sturbridge Village Campover

March 28 - 29
Sturbridge, MA
Payment deadline Friday 11/8/19


 Our Hop into History Overnight program fee is $68 (includes PayPal fee) per person. This fee includes: 

 Two-day admission into Old Sturbridge Village (day of and day after your overnight) 

 Overnight accommodations in our Museum Education building 

 Evening program and activities 

 A light evening snack 

 Catered hot breakfast at the Bullard Tavern 

 Morning activities before the museum opens 

 A special OSV patch! 


scouts/siblings ages 6+ (no exceptions due to safety concerns per OSV)


At least 1 parent is required to attend per family


Spaces are limited

Link to Old Sturbridge Village Website


More info and to come

Registration

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Branford Veterans Day P
arade
11/10/2019 12:45



Please wear full class A 

and click on red link below for full info

important information please click here

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Monster Jam - Scout Night

Friday 11/15/19
Registration closes 4:00 Friday 11/8

A roaring good time for the whole family. Watch your favorite monster trucks compete and cheer them on while they do amazing stunts and even crush cars!

******Noise canceling ear muffs are necessary for all attending!!!!*****

Click below to print form and mail in to register for this AWESOME event (be sure to write in PACK 633 to try to get seating along with your pack friends)

Registration

Closed
Webelos Adventure College
Saturday, November 16, 2019
8:15-12:30

 Scofield Magnet Middle School, 

641 Scofieldtown Rd., Stamford, CT 06903

$20.00 includes patch, supplies, facility use, and lunch.
$15.00 Early Bird if paid by Nov. 1, 2019.

Webelos Pins (contingent on our ability to recruit instructors):

  • Art Explosion
  • Adventure in Science
  • Aware & Care
  • First Responder
  • Build A Better World
  • Earth Rocks
  • Engineer
  • Game Design
  • Maestro
  • Moviemaking
  • Build A Hero
  • Sportsmanship.
  • Webelos can sign up for two pins.