Fundraising Goal Parties

posted Nov 28, 2017, 10:28 AM by Pack OneHundred   [ updated Nov 28, 2017, 10:43 AM ]

We are honoring all of the scouts who participated in the Pack's Fundraising opportunities.

Where: Camelback Park
     The Weblos dens will meet on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 1:30pm 

     Bears, Wolves, Tigers and Lion wil meet on Sunday, Dec. 10 at 1:30pm 

Please RSVP on Scoutbook.

Snow Fluffing Community Service

posted Nov 28, 2017, 10:26 AM by Pack OneHundred   [ updated Nov 28, 2017, 10:43 AM ]

      Pera Club Snow Fluffing

Saturday, Dec. 2nd 11:00am - 4:00pm

Each scout who attends volunteers to "fluff snow" for an hour, and then can participate in the holiday carnival.

Please RSVP on Scoutbook.

Holiday Party!

posted Nov 28, 2017, 10:08 AM by Pack OneHundred   [ updated Nov 28, 2017, 10:44 AM ]

Will be held on Saturday, Dec. 9th 
The rest is still to be determined. Check back soon.

Crawdad Boil Adventure!

posted Oct 3, 2017, 11:01 AM by Leslie O'Shea   [ updated Oct 3, 2017, 11:14 AM ]

Come and enjoy the outdoors while helping rid our nearby wildlife of invasive critters! 
Learn about them, then Eat them!

Sunday, October 22nd from 10:00am-1:00pm @ Seven Springs
Carpool will meet at SUMC at 8:30am. Seven Springs can be a bit tricky to find if you haven't been before. 
We highly recommend the carpool/caravan. Plus it gives the scouts and parents more time to get to know each other.

More information will be coming to you via Scoutbook! Don't forget to RSVP!

Pack 100 Kick-Off and Orientation

posted Aug 21, 2017, 1:48 PM by Leslie O'Shea   [ updated Aug 21, 2017, 7:21 PM ]

Come one, come all! 
Pack 100 is starting our new scouting year, and you are invited to come learn all about what we do.

When: Wednesday, August 30th, 2017, 6:00pm
Where: Scottsdale United Methodist Church 4140 N. Miller Road - in the main hall
Why: We believe all boys can have a great time while learning to be great citizens.

You do not need to RSVP. Just show up. All children and family members are welcome to attend. 

Pack 100 Swim and BBQ Kick-Off

posted Jul 31, 2017, 9:08 AM by Sean Bridges   [ updated Jul 31, 2017, 9:13 AM ]

: Saturday, August 12th, 2017 3pm-6pm  (3pm-5pm: Swim. 5pm: Hamburger dinner)

Where: Pera Club, 1 E Continental Dr, Tempe AZ 

Directions:  From the corner of 68th Street & McDowell, go south to Continental, turn right (west) you will run into the Pera Club at the end of the street – we will be at Ramada 4.  If there is a host at the gate, just tell them you’re there with Pack 100/Cub Scouts.

This is the first pack event of the season.  It serves as an orientation for new scouts and also a fun activity for returning scouts.  Bring a swimsuit, towel and your appetite!!! We will start by swimming at the Pera Club pool, followed by hambuger and hotdog BBQ and orientation.

Swim Party and BBQ

Family Camp!

posted May 2, 2017, 10:56 PM by Sean Bridges   [ updated May 2, 2017, 10:57 PM ]

Hi Pack 100,

You know what time it is? Time for our Annual Family Camp! You will have received most details via email, but for reference we have the follwoing.

Camp Details: This year our pack returns to Long Valley Workstation campground.

Camp Registration: We need to get a headcount this week for who is attending so we can start planning food and port-a-john requirements. See the link below for the registration form to fill out. If you are not sure on a detail, it is better to give best guess than not submit at all. This gives us details on when to expect your family and collects contact information should there be any issues. This will only take a minute of your time and will be our official roster on who to expect at the campout! This is required to be filled out for camp please.

** Click here to Fill Out Family Camp Registration by May 6th

As a reminder:

  • Let's get involved and have fun with our kids.  It takes a pack to keep these children safe so let’s parent well.  

  • No Pets

  • No Alcohol (Saturday & Sunday)

  • No Campers or Pop ups


Please complete these actions as soon as possible.

1) Check out attached sheet

2) Fill out Registration (

3) Submit payment (or bring to camp) (

4) Let your den leader know if you have any questions!

Thanks everyone!

Your Family Camp Committee

Blue and Gold

posted May 2, 2017, 10:54 PM by Sean Bridges   [ updated May 2, 2017, 10:54 PM ]

Hello Pack 100,

Saturday is our Blue and Gold Banquet! Scouts are required to wear Class A uniforms, and to bring their ceremonial headbands and feathers.

The banquet will be at Scottsdale United Methodist Church 
4140 N Miller Road (not at North Campus this year)
5:00pm Start time to 7:30pm

Food: If you are expecting more than your immediate family (scout, siblings, parents) to attend the ceremony, please let me know the added number. We would like to be sure we have enough food without waste. (Weblos 2's we already have an estimate. Thanks)

Weblos 1 scouts will be cooking dinner starting at 3:00pm. Please wear Class B and bring class A uniforms for the banquet. Weblos 1's will also be serving dinner to the Pack.
Tigers and Wolves will be decorating the tables starting at 3:45pm
Bears will be serving dessert.
Everyone will be needed to clean up after the event. Please plan on staying to help out.

Headbands and feathers: If your scout has participated in a Pack Awards Ceremony, they will have already received their headband and feathers. New scouts earning their Bobcat patches will receive their headband and first feather at the banquet tomorrow. There are extra headbands and feathers available for purchase if your scout has lost or damaged them. Please see Ashley Davis for replacements.

*Feather colors:
Bobcat: Red
Tiger: Orange
Wolf: Yellow
Bear: Blue
Weblos 1: Black and White
Arrow of Light: White

*Please note that Advancement feathers will be awarded at Family Camp... so, for example, Tigers with their Bobcat award will only have or receive their red feather, the orange feather will be given at Family Camp.

Awards will be given according to what was entered and leader approved in Scoutbook. If your scout earned something that is not awarded at the ceremony tomorrow, check with your den leaders to make sure they have been entered into Scoutbook properly and they will receive them at Family Camp in May.

We look forward to seeing everyone tomorrow!

Bike Bonanza

posted Apr 7, 2017, 3:39 PM by Sean Bridges   [ updated Apr 7, 2017, 3:40 PM ]

Hello Pack 100! It is time for our April Pack event!

We will be meeting this Sunday, April 9th, at 12:00pm at the West Buttes Park Lot for a pack bike ride. The parking lot is right across the street from the Phoenix Zoo entrance. 

Things to bring:
  1. WATER (They can bring a bike bottle, but preferably a camel back).
  2. Bike (with working brakes)
  3. Helmet (REQUIRED)
The forecast is showing a beautiful day out as of now. The trail is 3.1 miles and consists of a mostly graveled path with some areas of pavement. The initial part is a good climb (some kids may be walking their bikes), but then it is a lot downhill. This is not a technical trail, but more fun that riding a green belt path! Please double check your brakes to make sure they are in working order. If your scout does not know how to ride yet, we will have an area setup to practice their riding skills. Parents are encouraged to ride also.

NOTE: It is hard to predict how full that lot will be as this is public parking and we are not able to reserve a spot. If the lot is full, you have the ability to park in the Zoo overflow lot and bike over. 

Hope to see everyone out there!

Sean Bridges
Pack 100 Committee Chair

Pinewood Derby 2017

posted Feb 20, 2017, 7:55 PM by Sean Bridges   [ updated Feb 24, 2017, 12:07 PM ]

Hi Pack 100,
 Your scout will be receiving their Pinewood Derby car kits at their den meetings this week. This is rather lengthy, but please read all to ensure everyone is in the loop.

Our pack car cutting night is scheduled for Wednesday, March 1st from 5:30pm - 7:00pm at SUMC. They can arrive anytime in this period to get assistance with getting their cars cut. This is optional if you have the tools at home, but is a fun event where kids can swap ideas.  NOTE: If you have a bandsaw, belt sander, or we can use your help on car cutting night! Let me know.

To prepare for this event, the scouts should have a clear idea of how they would like to design their cars. Attached is a design template that they can use to help sketch ideas. I will also make sure each has a printout when they get their cars. Once they have a design, they will draw on their block of wood their design and hand it off to an adult to cut. They then have the next 3 weeks to sand, paint, install wheels and weight at home. If you have any questions about how this works please feel free to email directly.

In addition to trophies for the top 3 racers, there will also be awards for favorite car in the following categories: Patriotic, Humorous/Funny, Unusual, Scout Spirit, and Creative based on scout vote.

We promote having the scouts design and do as much work as their abilities allow. For parents and siblings wishing to make their own cars, we will have an Open Class race the day of the derby where anyone can participate!  You can purchase extra car kits for $5 from your den leader (or pick one up at any scout store).  Note, that Open Class cars can weigh up to 7oz, but all other rules apply.

Car registration and check-in will happen on Friday March 24th from 5pm to 7pm.  Your car will be impounded at check-in pending the actual race on SaturdayThis ensures we can start right at 4:30pm on race day. You will want to make sure your car is as close to 5oz as possible prior to coming. We will have some tools and extra weights around to do fine tuning.

Our Derby race is Saturday, March 25th at 4:30pm to 7pm at the SUMC. Plan on having lunch and snacks at the church. We will have pizza and snacks for our hungry racers and family.

Parents, things to keep in mind when your son is building their car. If you use the pre-cut slots and the supplied axles and wheels, the main thing you have to be aware of is:
  1. Car cannot be heavier than 5oz.
  2. We must be able to see each end of the axle nails (don't cover with weights).
  3. The front of the car can not be notched in.  The track has pins that hold the car at the starting line that sit in the front middle.  The car body and wheels must be entirely behind these pins when resting.
If your scouts design requires moving the axles slots or you are looking to do something out of the ordinary, please review all the official car specs to make sure your car can race. See the attached full official rules for all details on building your cars

Thank you!

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