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Welcome New Members! Pack 125 - The fun starts here!

Make www.pack125.com the first place you go for information about den and pack activities. Once you log in, you can access calendar information, den and pack information, and links to useful resources, as well. You will also be able to sign-up for pack activities and pay here too! Use the Den Filter to show just your Den's announcements and events.

All parents will receive an email with their User ID and password. If you didn't receive one, or if you need help signing on, please use the Contact Us link for assistance.

Want more information about Scouting? For an overview of Scouting, watch this video. Please see our About Us & How to Join page on the left menu bar to learn more about Pack 125. Welcome!

Welcome New Scouts!

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:42pm

Ten more new Scouts signed up to join Pack 125! Please welcome

Tigers - Bobby R, Connor G, and Maurizio M
Wolves - Hendrix B and Andres V

Okeeheelee Campout - September 20-21

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:41pm

Our first camp out of the year will be September 20-21 at Okeeheelee Park in West Palm Beach. We will be camping in the Wildcat Area in the back of the park past Pooch Pines dog park and the Okeeheelee Nature Center. Details regarding activities, schedule, and food will be forthcoming. Come for the day even if you won't be camping.

2014 BSA Health Form

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:41pm

A BSA Health Form parts A & B is required for all family members participating in all Scouting events. Please complete the attached interactive form, print it, make a copy of the front and back of your insurance card, and turn it in to your den leader as soon as possible.

Sleepover at Sea World – Saturday, April 11, 2015

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:41pm

We are planning a fun springtime activity – a sleepover at Sea World. The adventure will last from 6 PM until 9 AM the following morning and includes a late night tour of the park, a pizza dinner and continental breakfast. Age-appropriate educational content, standards-based activities and even an animal encounter are all part of the fun. We will get to choose to sleepover next to dolphins, manatees, penguins, coral reefs, sea turtles, beluga whales, or sharks. Up to 35 people per area. The Sea World staff will present a program tailored to the animals we will encounter. Sleeping will be in covered areas, so tents are not needed, but sleeping bags or air mattresses are allowed (no cots).

Committee Help Needed

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:40pm

As we get ready to start our Scouting year, we need some parents to help with our committees. These are not official leaders positions but areas where we need some extra help.

Where Does This Patch Go?

Posted on Sep 16 2014 - 10:40pm

Do you have questions about your scout's uniform? What does he need to wear? What patches and badges does he need? Where do the patches and badges get placed? Your questions can be answered at Boy Scouts of America Uniform (bsauniforms.org).

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