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Den Assignments

Each month a den is responsible for a portion of the Pack meeting or to clean up the section of the Cherry Creek Trail adopted by Pack 841.

Scouting Year 2016-2017

 Month Pack Meeting Setup/Cleanup Pack Meeting Flags  Trail Cleanup
 August  Den 6 & 7 Den 5 & 10 Den 4
 September All Bears Den 4 Den 6
 October Den 1 Den 3 Den 10
 November Den 5 Den 7 Den 3
 December Den 2 Den 6 Den 7
 January Den 10 Den 9 Den 5
 February Den 4 Dens 5 & 10 Den 9
 March Den 9 Den 1 Den11
 April Den 11 Den 2 Den 1
 May Den 3 Den 11 Den 2
 June none none Den 3
 July none none Den 4

Pack Meeting Setup/Clean-up

Your den is responsible for the set up and cleanup ("Leave No Trace") of the pack meeting location. Please have the pack meeting site set up AT LEAST 15 minutes prior to the scheduled start of the Pack Meeting (6:45pm).

Pack Meeting Flags

Your den is responsible for the opening and closing flag ceremony. Here is a sample ceremony. Please use it or choose one more suitable to your den. Please DO remember to include both the Pledge of Allegiance and the Cub Scout Promise.

Pack Meeting Skit/Song

Dens are responsible to learn and present a song, skit or both at certain pack meetings. There are litterally hundreds of Cub Scout songs at skits online. Start with The Big Book of Skits posted in the Resource Library.

Trail Cleanup

This trail (3,117') is the responsibility of Pack 841 to clean. Each month, one of the pack's dens are scheduled to clean the trail. (see the assignment list above)

The trail starts behind the Noodles Restaurant (southernmost unit in the King Soopers shopping center) and runs north and east to the Cherry Creek Trail.

For Trash Bags and Bag Pickup
(do not leave in nearby dumpsters):
  1. Request bags from Ann Curry (Town of Parker, acurry@parkeronline.org) or call her at 303-841-0353.
  2. Bags can be picked up from Town Hall or the Town Public Works facility off Motsenbocker Rd (near the Salisbury Equestrian Center).
 


Our section of the trail is clearly marked


You will see signs at the beginning and end of the trail marking our section

Pack 841's section of the trail is below in yellow

View Pack 841 - Adopt-a-Trail in a larger map