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Pack 45 enrollment meeting

Tuesday, September 7, 2010

(First row) Draven, Austin, Connor, Dusty, Jordan and retiring Eagle Scout Master Ron Hofmann (second row) Asst. Scout Master Joe Zimmerman, scouts: Clint, Cameron, Donavon, Larry, Colin, Josh, Kalieb, Brandon; (third row) Asst. Scout Master Rich White, Scout Master Jeff Pund, Asst. Scout Master Alexia Haviland. Courtesy Photo.
Pack 45 held it's opening enrollment meeting at the Family Worship Center Church community room on Monday, Aug. 23, 2010.

Weekly meetings are held 6:30-7:30 p.m., at the Family Center and any boy age seven or in first grade are urged to join the pack.

Pack 45 is a very active group with plans to participate in the Vigo County Conservation Club pow wow on Sept. 25, Cory Apple Festival parade at 3 p.m., on Sept. 26, Covered Bridge Festival in October, Christmas In The Park parade in Brazil, French Lick Train Ride, and the State of Indiana state pinewood derby race in Indianapolis.

Enrollment applications are available at the weekly meeting or by contacting Scout Master Jeff Pund at 812-605-1592.

If scout has a younger sibling tag alongs are welcome to come and special entertainment can be provided for them while the scouts work toward their rank.

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Ahh... memories. I was in Pack 45 at the First Christian Church when it was on Washington Street, just north of where Dr. Dennany's office is now. This was circa 1959. A wonderful Christian lady, Virgina Grey was the Den mother. I don't recall us marching in any parades, but we did "guard" the 4-H Fair when it was held in Forest Park. We camped out there and took turns patrolling through the night. What a great time!!

-- Posted by Dagnabbit on Wed, Sep 8, 2010, at 6:04 PM

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