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Pack 320 Meetings

Pack 320 weekly meetings will start Monday, August 25th at Bridgewater Middle School at 6:15pm.

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Forms to register is on the registration forms page


April Campout Registration Open

Posted by gdillonii on Feb 22 2015 - 11:02am

Registration for the April campout at Hillsborough River State Park is now open!


This campount, April 17-19, will be the final Pack 320 campout of this scout season.  Registration costs will cover Saturday breakfast, Saturday dinner, Saturday night campfire cones (campfire treat), and Sunday breakfast.  Activites will include geocaching, hiking, and fishing.  For fishing, you may require a Florida fishing license (see the campout information on the calendar for links to investigate this).  There will also be free time where scouts and/or families can enjoy the bike trails or swimming.

Blue and Gold

Posted by adrone on Feb 12 2015 - 12:27pm


We are finalizing the plans for our exciting Blue and Gold event.  It will be held on Feb. 21 at Keene's Crossing Elementary.  It is a celebration of Scouting and all Scouts should participate.  We will also be honoring 4 of our Webelo II scouts who have earned their Arrow of Light achievement.  The ceremony will include the shooting of flaming arrows!!!

Every scout should bring some things to display achievements they have done in scouting so far.  Examples include pinewood derby cars/trophies, regatta boats/trophies, collections, pictures taken doing scout activities, anything that shows the spirit of scouting may be shared.  We will set up a "museum" style showcase of these items.  Every scout will also have a part in the ceremony.  We need as many scouts as possible to be in attendance.

Parents, grandparents, friends, relatives are all invited.

Go to www.scouts320.org and RSVP.  Tickets are $10 each.  We need everyone to register and pay, no later than Saturday, Feb. 14!!!  If you are unable to attend, please go to the site and mark "no" under the Blue and Gold event or reply "Not attending" to this email.  We need to know how many to prepare for.

Dinner will be catered by Uncle Kenny's BBQ.  We will need to order the food no later than Monday.  Don't be left out!!!

Don't forget about our Cub Scout cake contest also.  Details are on the website.

Your in Scouting,

Jennifer Drone

Blue and Gold

Posted by adrone on Feb 5 2015 - 10:09am

On Saturday the 21st is the annual Blue and Gold celebration.  The scouts will have the opportunity to display the posters if they made them from the hike or this weekend.  In addition, scouts will participate in a "magic water" ceremony, video, slide show, glow sticks, participate in the Arrow of Light and Cross Over Ceremony for our Webelos 2 scouts.

Not only do we celebrate the Birthday of Scouting but we are also celebrating the Webelos 2 scouts and the hard work they have completed in earning the Arrow of Light. During this ceremony the Webelos 2 scouts will be shooting a flaming arrow.

This year we are also featuring our first bake off.  Remember to review the rules on the website.

Tickets are $10 each and includes BBQ from Uncle Kenny's, sides, drink, and desserts (from the bakeoff).  


Bike Ride

Posted by adrone on Jan 3 2015 - 9:46pm

Reminder Saturday is the bike ride.  Please register on the event listing.  

If you need help transporting your bike please send cchair@scouts320.org. 

Happy Holidays

Posted by adrone on Dec 18 2014 - 11:10am

We hope that everyone has a great holiday season. 

Hike on Saturday

Posted by adrone on Dec 3 2014 - 9:48pm

Scouts and Parents, we are looking forward to the hike on Saturday each den will be completing several requirements towards their advancements.  If you have not registered yet please do so on the website.  Tibet-Butler Preserve, 8777 County Rd 535  Orlando, FL 32836-6548  
This event will last between 10am and 1pm. 
Please bring a bag lunch for you can have a picnic lunch with the group.  Snack for the hike Den Book Print the belt loop worksheets 2 Water Bottles for each person Sunscreen Proper Hiking Shoes and attire Bug Spray Notebook and something to write with Camera 2 kitchen size trashbags or larger Walmart shopping bags or similar (as many as you can bring)

Tigers will work on achievement 5
Wolf: 6b. Make a collection Scouts will collect leafs.
Requirement 7d. Pick up litter. 
10c. Plan a walk.  Go to a park or a wooded area...
Elective 18g. Point out poisonous plants.  Tell what to do if you accidentally touch them.
Elective 20o. With your den, participate in four outdoor physical fitness related activities.
Belt Loops (to be completed by families, not to be completed during event): --Hiking (can complete fully during this event) --Collecting (collect 10 items, again, leaves might be best bet here) --Photography (take at least 10 pictures)
Bears: 5A, 5C, 5D, 5E, 6G, 10A, 12B, 12C, 12E
Webelos: The Webelos will be able to complete Naturalist at this event by fulfilling the following five requirements:

- Visit a nature center (could do before or after the hike)
- Learn about bird flyways (I can talk to the kids about this, I work for FWS Migratory Bird program)
- Identify poisonous plants and venomous reptiles (maybe this is a good idea to do with the whole group since Wolves have to do it to, and for safety reasons - I think reptiles were already done at the campout)
- Watch 6 wild animals and describe where they were seen and what they were doing
- Identify a wild animal that is found only in our part of the country and tell why (gopher tortoise are a good example found at the preserve)
- (If one of those doesn't work out, a backup is learning about wetlands and why they are important.)
And then completing the character connection at the end.

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