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Welcome to Pack 204 in Miller Place, NY.

We welcome boys from the surrounding area.



Pack 204 is proud to have Lion, Tiger, Wolf, Bear and Webelos dens.  We welcome you to come and join our pack!

Cub Scouts is open child entering Kindergarten. 
 
****Register NOW!  Email:  BSAJohnnyA@gmail.com 
 
New Scouts are placed based on their age and school grade. you can find out more by clicking the "Be A Scout" link under the Links tab above or emailing Johnny directly at BSAJohnnyA@gmail.com.

***If you are older than 10. please visit our Boy Scout Troop site http://www.troop204millerplace.org/

 Pack 204 usually meets at the Miller place High School Cafeteria, but check our upcoming events for exact location and times.

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» Scout Oath

 

On my honor I will do my best 

To do my duty to God and my country 

and to obey the Scout Law; 

To help other people at all times;

To keep myself physically strong, 

mentally awake, and morally straight.

 

» Scout Law

 

A Scout is:


Trustworthy

Loyal

Helpful

Friendly

Courteous

Kind

Obedient

Cheerful

Thrifty

Brave

Clean and

Reverent

 

BSA recalls Cub Scout neckerchief slides sold between February and August 2018 (Lion, Wolf, Bear & Webelos ONLY)




The Boy Scouts of America on Thursday announced a voluntary recall of Cub Scout neckerchief slides sold between February 2018 and August 2018.

The affected products include the orange Lion, red Wolf, green Bear and blue Webelos slides. The $6 slides were sold at local Scout Shops, authorized BSA distributors and online at scoutshop.org. About 110,000 slides are affected.

The Tiger slide is not involved in the recall. Neither are Boy Scout neckerchief slides or any neckerchief slide sold before February 2018.No injuries have been reported as a result of the affected slides, and the BSA has identified and fixed the problem that led to the recall. The recall was prompted by the discovery that the paint on the surface of the colored portion of the slides may contain levels of lead above limits set by the federal government.

Families with a recalled slide should stop using it immediately. They’re entitled to an exchange or refund, even if they no longer have a receipt or the original tag.

UPDATE: We will be collecting all the slides from our pack this coming Pack Night October 19th, Please Paulie, Jimmy or myself at Pack Night for the form to be filled out and collection of the slides. Any questions please do not hesitate to contact me. Thank you as always! 

1. Collect all neckerchief slides from your unit and put them in a zip-lic bag

2. The pack will bring those slides to the scout shop for an exchange. Please do NOT have parents just come in and exchange for their own child. 

 3. New slides with NOT be available until the middle of October so please do not send someone until you hear from me again. Due to the volume of slides that need to be exchanged in our council it may take some time to replace all of the them. i will speak with the scout shop as we get closer to the time they will arrive and find out if we'll have enough to replace all at once or over a period of time. 

 BSA apologizes for this tremendous inconvenience and request your understanding in replacing the slides. Thanks everyone! 

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PACK 204 UPCOMING EVENTS and IMPORTANT DATES

PACK NIGHT

PACK NIGHT 

Pack Nights will be held the third Friday of each month.

All boys are expected to dress in uniform, unless coming from a sports event.

 


Our Next Pack night is a Registration Event! 


Friday, September 21st Pack Night:

Location: Sound Beach Fire Dept. 2nd Floor

Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Questions: Contact Paulie Sigismondi 

 

 


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COMMITTEE MEETINGS

 

Committee meetings will be held at Hibernian Hall

172 N. Country Road, Mt. Sinai

7:30pm.

(1st Wednesday of the month)


Upcoming Comittee meetings: 



Wednesday, October 3, 2018

Wednesday, November 7, 2018

Wednesday, December 5, 2018




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Respect

Respect: Showing regard for the worth of someone or something. Respect is something we should all practice every day. We should strive to be respectful of others, of our surroundings, in what we say and do, and most of all we should have respect for ourselves. Cub Scouts will learn that if they are respectful of others, others will respect them.



Website questions?
Contact : Johnny Adler (email - BSAJohnnyA@gmail.com)