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Pack Meeting January 19th 7:00 pm.

posted Sep 22, 2018, 7:46 AM by Pack 1070 Cubmaster   [ updated Jan 19, 2023, 7:01 AM ]

We will meet at Walkersville United Methodist Church 22 Main St, Walkersville, MD 21793 on January 19th for our First Whole Pack meeting of the year. We will have information on when and where each Den (grade level group) will be meeting throughout the year, as well as a calendar list of Pack 1070 scouting events throughout the year. If you have questions please email me at 

Hope to see you there!

Frank Klauder
Pack 1070 Cubmaster

Coming Event Dates

posted Sep 10, 2017, 10:26 AM by Pack 1070 Cubmaster   [ updated Jan 19, 2023, 7:04 AM ]

  • January Pack Meeting - Thursday 1/19 7:00pm
  • Klondike Derby (Webelos/AOLs) - Saturday 1/21 All day
  • Pinewood Derby Workshop - Sunday 1/22 2:00-4:00 pm (address- 10437 Dublin Road Walkersville, MD. 21793)
  • February Pack Meeting - Thursday 2/16 7:00pm
  • Pinewood Derby Set up crew (Adults please help) Friday Feb. 17th 5:00 pm.
  • Pinewood Derby - Saturday 2/18 (@Church)
  • Blue and Gold Dinner - Thursday 3/16 (@ Church)
No photo description available.
Kris Kringle Parade: Friday, 12/9  we are assigned Lot # 50
Wreaths Across America 12/17 - Mt. Zion Haughs Evangelical Lutheran Church in Keymar 11:30 am. 
December Pack Meeting: Thursday 12/22
Pinewood Derby Workshop Jan. ?
    Klondike Derby (WEBLOS and AOL's) 1/21/23
Pinewood Derby Feb.?
    Troop 1011 Snow Tubing weekend for WEBLOS/AOL (Camping at Camp Tuckahoe in Dillsburg, PA. Snow tubing at Ski Roundtop) cost $35 per person 1/27 - 1/29
Troop 1011 Battleship NJ Overnight Campout 2/25 to 2/26 in Philadelphia PA (WEBLOS and AOL's) - cost is $75 each


posted Sep 10, 2017, 10:21 AM by Pack 1070 Cubmaster   [ updated Sep 22, 2022, 7:54 AM ]

Scouting for Food

November 5th pass out sticky notes

November 12th collect food

Pack 1070 Bridging and Family Campout (Sat. June 11th)

posted Sep 4, 2016, 8:49 AM by Den5 Leader   [ updated Apr 3, 2022, 4:55 PM by Pack 1070 Cubmaster ]

Many of you are having your last Den Meetings this week which means the end of the School year and Bridging is upon us. Some of you are completely new to scouting and will be bridging into the pack on the day.
On June 11th, our Scouts will be bridging to the next level.  We will hold our Bridging Ceremony at Millers Picnic Woods in Utica, Maryland (directions provided below).  Not only will this be our Bridging Ceremony, but this is also a Family Camping event. 

The gates for setting up Den camp sites will open at 3 PM.  We will get the Bridging started at 5 pm followed by Den Dinners.  These are sometimes organized by Dens and sometimes people just bring their own food to cook on the grills.

I'd suggest everyone plan on arriving by 4:45 to avoid being late and missing the ceremony.
For those new to the Pack or those who may have forgotten, when your son/daughter bridges he should be presented the hat, slide, neckerchief, and book for the next rank (IE a Wolf is present Bear gear): 
Lion – Kindergarten
Tiger – First Grade
Wolf – Second Grade
Bear – Third Grade
Webelos 1 – Fourth Grade
Arrow of Light – Fifth Grade

Be sure to note that this scouting year is coming to an end, and as of June 4th your child will be joining the next rank. If they are currently in 1st grade, you would be bridging into the Wolf Den (2nd grade) which is the level of scouting that he/ she would be joining. 
This is on the parents to obtain.  Some Dens have worked together in the past to do a group buy to make this easier.  Also, I know for sure there are two different hats for the Wolfs now (red or yellow) and there may be some other color changes.  For the Wolfs both are acceptable.  Bottom line, if you have "legacy" gear, please use it (A Scout is Thrifty.) 

(If you do not have the gear, this will not prevent your child from bridging.)
For those who want to stick around, we will have a grill going if you want to bring some food to cook for your dinner.  Then for the most adventurous among us, there will be family camp out.  We will have a Camp Fire with skits at 8 PM.  (If you had make-up events and are unable to make the ceremony, we will recognize your child at the Camp Fire.)  

DIRECTIONS TO THE CHURCH'S PICNIC WOODS (7515 Lewistown Rd, Thurmont, MD. 21788) from Utica: The bridge north of Utica Park is still being worked on  so the best route is to take US 15 North, right on Hessong Bridge Rd., go 1.5 miles, turn right on Lewistown Rd. The gate is on your right after you have crossed Fishing Creek.

Please note, there are real bathrooms at the Picnic Woods - which is a stipulation of cub scouts camping.
One last note, this location is heavily forested on the back of the property - with all of the rain there will be lots of poison and ticks. Please take some time before the camp out to review poison ivy, oak, and sumac, as well as the proper way to remove a tick.
For the new scouts bridging into the pack, please make contact your relevant Den Leader to know of any specific plans and so they can expect you. These are the positions for the upcoming Scouting Year.

Day Camp: Jedi Scout Academy

posted Mar 27, 2016, 5:05 PM by Pack 1070 Webmaster

The Jedi Scout Academy 
will be training at the Frederick Municipal Airport beginning Monday June 27, 2016 through Friday July 1, 2016.

In order to begin this Adventure you must register and submit all necessary apprentice forms to qualify for enrollment in The Academy. This applies to all who attend regardless of your role at camp.  

Without the proper papers, you will not qualify.

You must also submit a fee for your training.  

The Jedi Scout Academy costs 
$190.00 if you register before April 15, 2016.  
The fee is increases to 
$210.00 between April 15 and May 20, 2016.  
The final fee is $230.00 after May 20, 2016

Cub Mudder

posted Mar 27, 2016, 4:59 PM by Pack 1070 Webmaster   [ updated Mar 27, 2016, 5:02 PM ]

Cub Mudder
May 21, 2016
Walkersville Community Park
11 AM - 2 PM

FREE  Kid Friendly Obstacle Course
FREE Lunch

             Run by the Local Scouts

Countless Obstacles and continuous start times starting at 11am until 2pm

More information at website:

Parent's Night Out

posted Dec 7, 2015, 1:36 PM by Pack 1070 Webmaster

Who :   ALL Pack 1070 Scouts and Siblings - Boys and girls  (Over age 2)

Date:             Friday Dec. 11th, 2015
Start Time :   8pm (or immediately following  Parade)
Location:       22 Main St. Walkersville (Walkersville United Methodist church)
Pick up :       8:30am - 9am Saturday Dec 12th

Cost :           FREE

Required:     Sleeping Bag, Pillow, PJs

Our Staff :

We have confirmed a minimum of Two Pack 1070 Adult Leaders will be present all night.  (one male and one female)

We have 2 youth staff (from WUMC youth group) that will help run the event

The Plan:

Meet in Georgetown Hall at 8pm  (or immediately following the Parade)

Planned Events include:   

"Surprise" Christmas Gift craft
Breakfast Saturday Morning

If you have any questions, please feel free to contact me directly at 30-639-5110 or

Kris Kringle Parade / Parent's Night Out

posted Nov 30, 2015, 6:29 AM by Pack 1070 Webmaster

On Friday December 11th,  Pack 1070 will be participating in the Annual Kris Kringle Parade.
We will meet in downtown Frederick  (near the train station) and walk through the streets as the "Raindeer"  preceding Santa's Sleigh

    This runs about an hour and is a GREAT event.   
           I will bring the Hot Coco and the Sleigh we have used for years.

     After the Parade, we will hold our 2nd Annual  "Parents Night Out"

      This is a FREE Event where Pack 1070 will sponsor a "Lock in" at the church and provide Dinner and Breakfast allowing the parents to enjoy an evening out.

Please RSVP to if you are interested in either event !

Scouting for Food

posted Oct 21, 2015, 7:10 AM by Pack 1070 Webmaster

Scouting for Food
 is an annual food collection orchestrated by Scouts from National Capital Area Council. Local Scouts distribute plastic bags to homes across the region and return to pick up the bags, now filled with food, one week later. Collected food is distributed to needy families throughout the communities of the Council.


Cub Scout packs, Boy Scout troops, Venturing crews and Sea Scout ships throughout the Council will be distributing Scouting for Food donation bags in local neighborhoods.  They return to collect those bags one week later.


Bags Distributed- November 7

Bags Collected- November 14


Not sure what you should donate? According to our friends at Capital Area Food Bank, some of the most highly needed items are: 

  • Non-perishable food items
  • Canned protein (tuna, salmon, chicken, peanut butter)
  • Soups & stews (beef stew, chili, meat-based soups)
  • 100% fruit juices (all sizes)
  • Grains (pasta, whole grain pasta, rice, brown rice, boxed macaroni & cheese)
  • Cereals (multi grain, low sugar such as cheerios, cornflakes, raisin bran, grape nuts, oatmeal)
  • Canned vegetables
  • Canned fruits
  • Condiments
  • Hygiene products (diapers, toilet paper, tissues, soap, toothpaste

Halloween Camping

posted Sep 2, 2015, 4:31 PM by Pack 1070 Webmaster   [ updated Sep 21, 2015, 9:38 AM ]

Oct. 23-25 / 
Troop 1070 Halloween Camping  / 
Granite Hill Campground, Gettysburg PA /   

This event is OPEN to ALL Scouts (and Families)

This will provide the opportunity for local scouts to work and learn from the youth leaders in the area as well as have fun.  Highlights will include :

Setting up a Tent,
Cooking over a fire
Cooking with outdoor stoves
Scout Skills
Fraternal Bonding

So bring your Tent, Sleeping bag and costume and "be prepared..." to have fun.
Please RSVP by Oct. 9th and I will contact you about the required deposit.

Cost for Camping :        $16 / weekend OR  $ 8.00  per per  / per night  
Estimated Food Cost : $20/weekend    OR  $ 5 per meal  (Friday Cracker Barrel/Sat - Break /Sat- Lunch / Sat-Dinner/ Sun-Breakfast )

Based on your availability, you may choose to stay Friday night, Saturday night, both, or neither and just come up during the day.  Please let me know so we can plan accordingly.
Mark Jeffrey 
Pack 1070

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