Pack 1151 Ashburn, VA

Cub Scout Pack 1151 in Ashburn, VA is sponsored by the Dulles Rotary Club and is in the Goose Creek District of the BSA National Capital Area Council.

Pack 1151 is a Cub Scout Pack located in Ashburn, VA. We serve Dominion Trail, Discovery, and Steuart Weller Elementary Schools.

Operating as usual

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Pack 1151 of Ashburn Village took advantage of the beautiful weather this past weekend and took a few of their new Scouts on a bike ride! Six wonderful families braved the Washington and Old Dominion Trail for a 2 mile long socially distanced ride! Great to see the smiles on these young faces!

To find a pack near you, visit beascout.org and learn all about what Scouting has to offer! 🦁🐯🐻 #ScoutMeIn #myNCAC

Pack 1151 can’t be beat!

Beautiful day for the pack bike ride!

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National Capital Area Council - STEMaTHON

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[08/29/20]   Pack bike ride has been postponed.

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Cub Scout Position Specific Training

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It's Do Something Thoughtful Thursday!
Leave a note here and tell our program staff what your FAVORITE Cub-A-Day activity was. Make sure you put your best memories into your memory box!

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New Leader Welcome

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It's Make Something Monday
To start our last week of Cub-A-Day fun - We are going to get in touch with our artistic side again.

Draw or paint a picture, make a PowerPoint type slide, or create some other project that highlights your favorite part of the summer. Once it's dry or ready - Take a photo and post it for everyone to see and then keep it safe in your memory box from Week 1.

Webelos can work on Art Explosion Requirement 3 with this project.

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It's Safety Saturday!

Talk with your family about what to do during severe weather in your area - We see thunderstorms with heavy rain, hail, and high winds during the summer and can get heavy snow and ice during the winter.

What other types of serious weather can we get in the National Capital Area Council?

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It's Wander Around Wednesday!
Pick a town, county, or state park you have not been to. Plan and take a hike/walk at that park. Don't forget your Cub Scout hiking essentials!!

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New Date for NCAC’s Second All-Council Campfire - Aug. 29th!

New Date for NCAC’s Second All-Council Campfire – Aug. 29th!

weownadventure.com Save the Date for NCAC’s second all-council Campfire on August 29th! And wait for it....... it's Sing-a-long style. Yep, tha's right. The Order of the Arrow will host and provide the words for you to sing with us! We expect we’ll all be in our own key and probably off a little in time, but who c...

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The STEMaTHON | The Great Scouting Invitational includes a Rube Goldberg Challenge for all youth and adults. The aims of the Rube Goldberg Challenge are to apply STEM to create a series of chain reactions, in an over complicated invention, that performs one simple task: rolling a can of food a distance of at least 1 foot. Design yours and send it in to be featured – see below! #myNCAC #stemathon #rubegoldberg

Put it on your calendars.

Brush up on your singing skills for the second Council Campfire, sing-a-long style! Check out the now digital Scout Songbook to warm up those vocal cords. #myNCAC #campfire #singalong #scouting

https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2020/06/30/listen-to-your-favorite-songs-from-the-now-digital-cub-scout-songbook/?fbclid=IwAR2l07614ekQFXr5i5hOicVULy1HlNdIw7lT_nS8AZqh4Lcq22Hdci4p6o

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Cub Scout | Scouting At Home | San Diego-Imperial Council

Stay tuned . . .

sdicbsa.org Information for continuing the Cub Scout program at home during the COVID-19 crisis.

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Don't miss this online event for families just like yours! This is outdoor fun you can have online.

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UPDATE! NCAC’s second all-council Campfire will be August 29th – Sing-a-long style. Yep, it’s online! The Order of the Arrow is our host and will provide the words for you to sing with us. We expect we’ll all be in our own key and probably off a little in time, but who cares? We’re singing. Special guest from Golden Gate Area Council, Mike Fujimoto – get a kazoo and sing “Scouting Thunder” with Fuji and friends! And of course, we can’t forget old favorites like Dum Dum Da Da and the Philmont Hymn. More details to come! #myNCAC #scoutingathome #singalong #campfire #august29

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It's Do Something Thoughtful Thursday:
Thoughtful Thursday - The 1st and 2nd of August is NCACs Do A Good Turn Weekend.
To get ready - Work with your Den or Pack to find a local charity and see what you can do to give them a hand.

Check out the ideas here – https://weownadventure.com/good-turn-weekend-aug-1-2/

You could start a drive-through food drive, collect blankets or bags to donate, or help organize their facility.

For example: For our Scouts in the Alexandria area - Collecting paper grocery bags to help food pantries distribute supplies could help the Mother of Light Center in Del Ray.

Service projects can earn credit for the NCAC Scouting at Home Award: https://www.scoutingevent.com/082-scoutingathomeaward

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It's time to Do Something Thoughtful Thursday

Moving every day is an important part of staying healthy. Some movements can help to relax - Tai Chi is an ancient Chinese traditional exercise that focuses on control and breathing. It can improve balance, reduce stress, and build strength.

You can take a watch a short video class here and try it for yourself: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEOS2zoyQw4

Did you know Tai Chi counts towards the ScoutStrong Presidential Active Lifestyle Award? Make sure you keep your activity record current!

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Hey, Cub Scouts, it's Make Something Monday!

Make something Monday is HUGE - Huge like bubbles. Do your best at making bubble solution and blowing the biggest bubbles you can. Share a video of your best ones!

Need some ideas? Check here: https://www.123homeschool4me.com/bubble-solution-for-giant-bubble_82/

Wolves, Bears, Webelos, and Arrow of Light Cubs can use this as a NOVA Award project if they talk with a NOVA counselor!

For the full week of the Cub-A-Day Program activities please visit https://weownadventure.com/cub-a-day-program-week-4-june-29-july-4/!

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All who wander are not lost… especially on Wander Around Wednesday!

Time to get outside again! Take a walk or hike around your home and see how many types of leaves and plants you can identify. With your parents or guardians help, you can use a smartphone app like iNaturalist to help figure out what kinds of plants grow near you.Make sure you keep logging your activity on your ScoutStrong tracking sheet, too!

For the full week of the Cub-A-Day Program activities please visit https://weownadventure.com/cub-a-day-program-week-3/!

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Are you hungry? It’s Taste Something Tuesday…

Everybody needs to eat! Help your parent or guardian pick a well-balanced meal to cook as a family. You can try something related to your family’s history, or new food maybe?

Don’t forget to help with the dishes, too! Webelos should get credit for Cast Iron Chef Requirement #2.
Bears this covers Bears Picnic Basket Requirement #4.

For the full week of Cub-A-Day activities please visit https://weownadventure.com/cub-a-day-program-week-3-june-22-june-27/

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In order to staff all of the incredible programs and activities for scouts this summer, we need your help more than ever. Even current leaders can help.
Please take our short survey here (it only takes 3 minutes) https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ncacvolunteer

CALLING ALL PARENTS, LEADERS, AND AMAZING CITIZENS.

The National Capital Area Council needs hundreds of additional volunteers to help with their summer programs. No matter your skills or interests, we've got a position. We need adults to help with:

• Online camps
• Camp improvement
• STEM programming
• Unit leadership
• Skills instruction
• Merit badge counseling
• Much more...

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Congratulation to all our amazing scouts on your new ranks! Wooo hooo

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Hey, Cub Scouts (and parents) -

WELCOME TO THE FIRST CUB-A-DAY MAKE SOMETHING MONDAY!
Today, you should make a kit to carry your 6 Cub Scout Essentials for all your Adventures this summer.

https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2017/08/08/cub-scout-six-essentials-half-dozen-items-pack-every-campout-hike/

Tigers, Wolves, and Webelos - Make sure you get credit for your hiking adventure requirements!

Be sure to also join our new Cub Scout Group – https://www.facebook.com/groups/ncac.cubscouts/?ref=pages_profile_groups_tab&source_id=308111282559238

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2020 Cub Scout Day Camp - Boy Scouts of America - Capitol Area Council

2020 Cub Scout Day Camp will be offered as “virtual” camp only, to accommodate public health concern surrounding Covid-19.

ANY CHILD MAY ATTEND! You do not have to be a Scout to sign up.

Our Day Camp team has put together three fun and engaging programs, available on-demand at a time that best works with your schedule. We mail a “camp box” of supplies to your home for your child to use with all of the activities.

Sign up for any of these programs and you’ll also receive a voucher to attend our fall Shooting Sports Day and test your BB and archery skills!

bsacac.org 2020 Cub Scout Day Camp will be offered as “virtual” camp only, to accommodate public health concern surrounding Covid-19.

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Attention NCAC Scouts and Scouters, registration for our summer programming will open this Friday, June 5! Join us for a unique and memorable experience for the whole family starting July 6! From online activities to weekend camping, your family will experience new adventures with Home Camping. Head on over to gotogoshen.org for updates/details! #myNCAC #HomeCamping #scoutingathome #summer2020

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Darryll Collins joins live to demo an awesome pencil sketch and answer questions.

Supplies to have on hand:
-- a couple of pieces of tracing paper or just regular computer paper
-- a colored pencil (Darryll likes a Prismacolor Col-Erase Erasable Colored Pencil - carmine red)

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Protect Yourself FREE Zoom - Webelos - Grades 4-5

Free event!

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Get some rest tonight, tomorrow the Capital Camp-In begins bright and early at 8am right here on Facebook Live! #myncac #scoutingathome #capitalcampin #camping #scouts #scouters

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The Capital Camp-In Schedule - National Capital Area Council

Link to this weekend’s NCAC Camp-in Cub activities.
https://www.ncacbsa.org/campin/camp-in-schedule-cub/
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Here it is so you have it.

Activities for Cub Scouts

Saturday, May 23

8:00 AM – Opening Ceremony
Join us on Facebook Live or Zoom. Meet our Master of Ceremonies, view our flag ceremony by Troops 476B & 476G and Pack 476, and listen to some welcoming messages from NCAC Scouts.
Join us: Facebook Live or Zoom

9:00 AM – Declare Camp!
Time to design your camp flag and write your camp cheer. We’ve provided a rectangular and a triangular layout for you to choose from, you bring the markers and the creativity. Don’t forget to ask your helper to share a picture of your flag on Facebook!
At your own pace. Download the activity sheet here.

10:00 AM – Explore the Outdoors
Now that you’ve established your camp, you should go out and safely explore. Enjoy this nature scavenger hike from Troops 1853B & 1853G. Make sure to be safe outdoors: wear a mask and don’t get too close to others.
At your own pace. Download the activity sheet here.

11:00 AM – TBA Webinar
We’re bringing you a special treat this hour with a live guest. Stay tuned for more info.
Join us: Facebook Live or Zoom

12:00 PM – Lunch
What’s cooking? See if you can help with making yourself lunch and be sure to share pictures with us on social media.

1:00 PM – Camping Roundtable
NCAC’s Director of Camping along with our resident camp directors, day camp coordinator, and health experts get together to discuss how we’re adapting to camping in a digital world.
Join us: Facebook Live or Zoom

2:00 PM – Household Scavenger Hunt
Get ready to find things around your house and compete against others. Our NCAC Boatswain will lead you in a challenge of fun and movement!
Join us: Zoom

3:00 PM – Craft Time
Pack 38 will be demonstrating how you can make a simple bird feeder from the comfort of your own home. Watch this video and then let us know how it went!
At your own pace. Watch the video here.

4:00 PM – Be Prepared!
It’s always a good idea to use your Scouting skills to prepare for something bad that might happen. In this activity, have fun running around the house while also learning about what to do in an emergency.
At your own pace. Download the activity sheet here.

5:00 PM – Desert Before Dinner?
You’re camping, why not?! Join Pack 278 in making ice cream in a bag! It’s a delicious treat that you can make in your kitchen with only a few ingredients. Just remember to save room for your veggies later!
At your own pace. Watch the video here.

6:00 PM – Dinner & Relaxation
Phew! What a day. Help in preparing your family a healthy meal to recover all the energy you spent earlier. Afterward, take a break, help clean up, and get ready for our campfire.

8:00 PM – Campfire!
The Amangemek Wipit Lodge proudly presents your Capital Camp-In campfire! We have some funny jokes, skits, and songs coming your way, live from the desk of Scouting News.
Join us: Facebook Live or Zoom.

Sunday, May 24

9:00 AM – Scout’s Own
A Scout is Reverent. Our Council Messenger of Peace Champion has brought some of his friends together for a non-denominational and inspirational program.
Join Us: Facebook Live or Zoom.

10:00 AM – Tool Time
What’s Camp without accessories? With the help of your guardian, take what you have around the house and build a camp accessory. Maybe it’s practical, maybe it’s fun. Take a picture and share it with us. Bonus points if you use knots or lashings!
At your own pace.

11:00 AM – Snackin’ Strong
It’s a mystery ingredient challenge! Think you have what it takes to win our virtual cooking competition? Well since we can’t actually taste it, you’re all winners!
At your own pace. Download the activity sheet here.

12:00 PM – Closing Ceremony
All good things come to an end, and that even includes our Capital Camp-In. Check in once more with our Master of Ceremonies and his friends as we leave feeling excited to see what Scouting brings next.
Join us: Facebook Live or Zoom

ncacbsa.org Cub Scout Schedule | Scouts BSA/Venturing/Sea Scout Schedule | Adult Leader Schedule Activities for Cub Scouts *We strongly encourage all Scouts to have an Adult Leader nearby while using the internet or joining Zoom calls.* Saturday, May 23 8:00 AM – Opening Ceremony Join us on Facebook Live or Z...

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Please consider honoring a fallen hero this weekend. #ScoutSalute #NoVeteranEverDies

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Want to be a better LEADER? Scouts from the National Youth Leadership Training program will share their thoughts at the Capital Camp-In on what it takes to help you communicate clearly, interact with adults productively, and deal with conflict effectively. This session is suitable for Scouts looking to provide leadership to the Patrols, Troops or other Units! Check out the full schedule at ncacbsa.org/campin/! #myNCAC #ScoutingatHome #CapitalCampIn #leaders #scouters

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Campin - National Capital Area Council

National Capital Area Council is celebrating 100 years of camping, even if it has to be virtual.

All are welcome!

ncacbsa.org Join NCAC Memorial Day Weekend, May 23-24, for our first ever digital camping experience. Perfect for the Scouting family, this event will feature live webinars, downloadable at-your-own-pace content, activity prompts, online games, and more. From Venturers to Cubs and Scouts BSA, Scouts (and Scoute...

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