Cub Scout day camp is a wonderful way for your son to accomplish many of the achievements in his Cub Scout handbook during the summer months. The boys will have a great time participating in Shooting Sports, STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, & Mathematics) activities, Crafts and much more!
This year we are attending the Merrillville camp. My boys have gone every year and they can't wait to go again the following year! Below please find information regarding Camp. Please print the attached registration sheet and follow the link below to complete the Health Forms. Both MUST be turned in at the same time for your Scout to be registered for Camp – NO EXCEPTIONS! Adult walkers MUST be Youth Protection Trained per BSA guidelines.
Registrations may be given to me at March or April Pack Night, or sent through school: Shannon Pischner, c/o Ethan Pischner, Miss Shaw’s Class Where: St. Elijah’s Serbian Hall 8700 Taft Street Merrillville, IN 46410
When: July 21-24, 2015
Tuesday, July 21 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Wednesday, July 22 12:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Thursday, July 23 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Friday, July 24 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Price: Early Registration: $60.00 per Scout if received by April 30.
Regular Registration: $85.00 per Scout after May 1 until June 1 Checks made payable to STM Pack 542. **Scholarships are available through Pack 542. Please contact Alan Pischner for details.
Health forms are REQUIRED to sign up your son for day camp.
Supervision: Parents will be required to supervise the boys on one of the camp days.
If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to reach out.
Thank you, Shannon Pischner
CONGRATULATIONS PACK 542 FOR EARNING THE POPE PAUL THE VI NATIONAL CATHOLIC QUALITY UNIT AWARD FOR 2014. by ALAN PISCHNER on MARCH 2ND 2015
We had a very large group of Scouts who earned their Light of Christ & Parvuli Dei medals this year, and thanks to the efforts of the Pack and it's leaders and parents we also had earned the Pope Paul the VI National Catholic Quality Unit Award, not to mention the numerous other awards (Rosary, and Saint Patches) that were earned over the year through our Religious Coordinator Colette Wisler. Thanks to all the parents that worked tirelessly with their Scouts to help them earn all these awards, and a very special thanks to Colette Wisler for all your efforts as the Religious Coordinator for Pack 542.
PACK 542 WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE AND SAY FAREWELL! by ALAN PISCHNER on FEBRUARY 23RD 2015
Pack 542 would like congratulate our newest Arrow of Light recipients and say farewell as they crossover and become the newest members of Troop 542 out of St Thomas More Church in Munster, Indiana.
David Bobeck Andrew Burzynski Christopher Klinsky Matthew Odegaard Parker Olsen Noah Sanchez Gianluca Scalzo Christopher Shaver
and a special thanks to their Den Leaders Victoria Odegaard Erik Odegaard your services and friendship have and will always be invaluable to these Scouts as well as Pack 542.
PACK 542 WOULD LIKE TO CONGRATULATE ALL OUR SCOUTS THAT COMPLETED THEIR RELIGIOUS AWARDS THIS YEAR. by ALAN PISCHNER on FEBRUARY 7TH 2015
These scouts will be recognized at our Scout Sunday Mass on February 8th 2015 as well as the Bishop Ceremony on March 1st, 2015.
Luke Fugger Paul Harkenrider William Kirsch Aaron Marlowe Dylan Payne Ethan Pischner Jacob Sajn
Andrew Bedenk Luke Buksa Michael Casner Patrick Cullars Jack Fugger Cameron Pischner Bradley Uzubell Ethan Wisler
CONGRATULATIONS to all our scouts that participated in our Pinewood Derby this year. by ALAN PISCHNER on JANUARY 27TH 2015
Here is a list of how each scouts cars ran on each lane with a average.
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Calumet Council is now the Pathway to Adventure Council by ALAN PISCHNER on JANUARY 18TH 2015
Welcome to Pathway to Adventure Council!
This innovative Council spans two states, serves more then 26,000 youth members, and includes 9,000 volunteers, seven camp properties, and four Service Centers! While Pathway to Adventure Council is new in name, it is rooted in over 100 years of distinguished history, talent and culture.
Will supply unit leaders with the knowledge and tools they need to deliver the best possible Scouting program to youth and young adults in our community to prepare them for life. By building strong units, we will create strong districts, a strong council, and a bright future. courtesy of www.pathwaytoadventure.org