Tuesday, October 31, 2017

Morrow Mountain State Park Campout - November 10th to 12th


WHAT: Pack 99 Campout - all Cub Scout parents/guardians and siblings are welcomed to join.

WHERE: Morrow Mountain State Park, Group Camp Sites, Albemarle, NC (about one hour from Weddington)

WHEN: Friday, November 10, 3pm – Sunday, November 12, 11:00am

COST: $20 per family (covers campsite fees and/or Saturday night dinner).  Please use the PayPal link below to pay, or you can pay onsite if you prefer not to pay by credit card.

You can begin arriving and setting up after 3PM on Friday. The gates close at 9PM.

NEW TO CAMPING?  See our Camping Check List




  • Set-up at assigned group site, organized by Den
  • Meal with Den (discuss with your Den Leader)
  • 7pm  Flag Ceremony and welcome announcements
  • Den free time until bedtime
  • 10pm Lights out

  • 7am Bugle Call (Reveille)
  • 7am - 9:15am  Breakfast with Den
  • 9:15am  Flag Ceremony
  • 9:30am  Pack announcements / educational guide
  • 10am - 12pm  Hiking activity
  • 12pm - 1:30pm  Lunch with Den
  • 1:30pm - 4pm  Activities by rank
  • 4pm - 5pm  Pack event (weather permitting)
  • 5:00pm  Devotional
  • 5:30pm - 7pm  Dinner
  • 7:30pm - 9:30pm  Campfire activities
  • 10pm  Lights out

  • Breakfast with Den
  • 8:00am  Flag Ceremony and announcements 
  • 8:15am -11am  Breakdown camp


Wednesday, October 18, 2017

Pack 99 Class B Shirts

With paid dues, Pack 99 includes a Class B t-shirt.  Our t-shirts are heavy cotton, with a different color and design every year.  The Class B shirt for this year is shown below.

Scout shirt sizes:
We would like to place the order for the shirts in hopes to have them in time for our Morrow Mountain campout.  Complete the form below to submit the shirt size you would like for your scout.  To make it easier for us when going through the shirt sizes, if you have multiple scouts, please submit a different form for each scout you need a shirt for.  Please see the size chart below when choosing a shirt size.

Order form deadline:
Be sure to enter your scout's shirt size by Monday, October 23rd.  If you don't submit a shirt size for your scout, we will order a shirt for them, using the guidelines below:
  • For Tigers/Wolves, we will order your scout a Youth Small.  
  • For Bears and older, we will order your scout a Youth Medium.

Additional shirts for siblings or parents:
If you would like to order additional shirts for siblings or parents, complete the PayPal form below to order and pay for the additional shirts.

Size charts:

Youth sizes

Adult sizes:

PayPay order form:

Number of Adult / Extra Class B Shirts
Scout's name
Your email address

Tuesday, October 17, 2017

Join Pack 99 for an afternoon of fun at Hall Family Farm.

WHAT: Pack 99 Outing at the Hall Family Farm - all Cub Scout parents/guardians and siblings are welcomed to join.

WHERE: 10713 Providence Rd W, Charlotte NC 28277 (Meet at the main building where you purchase tickets)

WHEN: Saturday Oct 21st at 2:00 pm (The farm is open from 9 am to 10 pm, but the Pack will meet at 2:00.  We will need to purchase tickets and will depart into the corn maze around 2:15)

COST:   There are many activities at the farm, below is a breakdown of the pricing:

Corn Maze only:
Ages 3 and up – $8 + tax
Ages 2 and under are FREE

Combo Ticket (Corn Maze and Hayride-save 10% vs buying them separately)
Ages 3 and up – $10 + tax

Ages 2 and under are FREE

The Hall Family Farm corn maze theme this year is based on “Space – the Final Frontier”.  The corn maze is taking people 45-90 minutes to get through it and build the complete map. Bring your smart phone with a QR code reader (iHandy Quickscan for iPhone, QRDroid for Android works well) or Snapchat works too. You will be challenged with space trivia questions to successfully complete the map. If you don't have a smartphone or don't want to do the smartphone challenge, we have a paper and pencil version you can do in the maze.

Bonus:  Find all nine map pieces and answer the nine trivia questions with no more than 4 mistakes and your phone will tell you to go to the sales tent for a reward. You must show the reward screen at the sales tent to claim your reward.

The maze covers over 5 acres of land and features over 2 miles of interconnecting pathways and is sure to keep your family entertained!  You will also have access to the other family friendly activities we have available at the farm. Come pick a pumpkin, try our mini mazes, have a picnic, race the ducks with old-fashioned water pumps, or relax with a slushie and a sing-a-long hayride.

For more information, go to http://hallfamilyfarm.com/corn-maze/

Monday, September 25, 2017

Cane Creek Campout - October 6th - 8th 2017

WHAT: Pack 99 Campout - all Cub Scout parents/guardians and siblings are welcomed to join.

WHERE: Cane Creek Park, Group Camping Sites, Waxhaw, NC (The Campground GPS Address is 5301 Cane Creek Rd, Waxhaw, NC 28173)

WHEN: Friday, Oct 6 to Sunday, Oct 8, 10:00am

COST:   No cost to Scouts who are current on paid dues.

You can begin arriving and setting up at 3:30PM on Friday. The gates will close at 6:30PM.  If you arrive after 6:30pm, you will need the combination for the lock - we can provide that to you ahead of time if you ask your Den Leader.  Call your Den Leader if you need further assistance when you arrive at the gate. 

NOTE:  If you have other activities planned this weekend, please feel free to leave with your son as needed and then come back, so your son can enjoy the majority of the weekend with the Pack!

NEW TO CAMPING?  See our Camping Check List

Once we have an idea of how many scouting families will be attending from each den, we will assign each den to a campsite.  Please check back for updated campsite assignments.

Den Campsite Assignments:

Tigers - Site K, Overflow Site L

Wolves -- Site H, Overflow Site I

Bears -- Site J, Overflow Site I

Webelos 1 -- Site M, Overflow L

Webelos 2 -- Site N, Overflow O

Overflow -- Site E, Site F, Site G

The agenda below will be updated with additional activities, please check back for an updated agenda.

  • Dinner on your own or by Den
  • 7:00 – 7:30PM—Welcome and Flag Retiring Ceremony (Picnic Shelter)
    • Review Weekend Agenda
    • Review Safety – Two Deep Policy and Buddy Systems
    • Fire Safety
    • First Aid Kit Locations
    • Rules on Pocket Knives and Sticks
  • 7:30 – 9:45 Den Free Time and Camp Setup
  • 9:45 – Bugle Call (Taps)
  • 10:00 – Lights out

  • 7:00 AM - Bugle Call (Reveille)
  • 7:15 – 8:45 - Breakfast on your own or by Den
  • 8:45 – 9:00 - Flag Raising Ceremony Hosted by Webelos 2 at the Picnic Shelter
    • All Scouts in Class A Uniforms
    • Discuss the day’s activities
  • 9:15 – 12:00PM - Den Activities
  • 10:00 - 12:00PM - Webelos Survival Basics Ranger Training
  • 12:00-1:30PM—Lunch by Dens
  • 1:00 - 2:00PM - Tiger and Wolf Ranger Hike
  • 2:00 - 2:30 – Leave No Trace Service Project 
    • Tigers – Clean Up Around Campsites
    • Wolf/Bears – Clean Up Along Shoreline
    • Webelos – Trail Cleanup
  • 2:30-5:30 – Den Free Time
    • Rehearse Campfire Skits (2)
  • 3:00-4:15 -- Whittling Chip Class for Bears and Webelos.
  • 5:00PM - Dutch oven cooking, instruction and demo on cooking with a Dutch oven.
  • 5:30-7:00PM—Dinner Served by Pack
    • Picnic Shelter
    • Main dinner (chili, hot dogs, fruit, chips, dessert)
    • Tea, Water, Lemonade
  • 7:30 PM—Flag retiring ceremony – Webelos 1
  • 7:45-9:30PM—Pack Bonfire (campsites N & O at the top of the hill)
    • Den Skits
    • Campfire Stories
  • 9:45—Bugle Call (Taps)
  • 10:00 – Lights out

  • 7:00 AM – Bugle Call (Reveille) 
  • 7:00 AM – 9:00AM—Breakfast by Dens 
  • 7:45 AM – Flag Raising Ceremony- Bears – Picnic Shelter 
    • Closing Announcements 
  • 8:00 AM – Devotional 
  • 9:30 AM – Flag Retiring Ceremony 
  • 10:00-11:00 AM — Break camp. 
    • Put out Fires – Cold to touch 
    • Patrol Campsites for Trash 
    • Check out by 11:00AM

  • We have all eleven group campsites for the duration of the weekend. 
  • The group sites have a maximum of 35 people per campsite. Each site has a large fire ring and six picnic tables. Fresh water, restrooms and shower facilities are available, no electricity. 
  • No tobacco, alcohol, or pets. BSA rules. 
  • A first aid kit will be available at the campsites. 
  • Bears and below are not permitted to play in, poke at, or put anything in the campfire. Webelos 1 and 2 are permitted to tend a fire with adult supervision for training only (BSA rule.) 
  • Use the buddy system—no solo scouts. 
  • Whittling chip required for pocket knife use. 
  • No video games or electronic devices at the camp.