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Welcome to Pack 1999's Website! We hope you enjoy browsing our site for information on Pack and Den meetings, events, and activities. We extend a special welcome to those families who are interested in joining our Pack. Please click on "Contact Us" and send any of our leaders a note to ask for more information or make comments.

Pack 1999 is a Family Pack chartered with Hassler Elementary PTO in Klein ISD. We welcome boys and girls attending Hassler Elementary or living in the area around Hassler.

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Pack 1999 has scouts from Lion Rank to Webelos Arrow Of light Rank (Elementary Grade level Kinder-5th).

  • Bobcat – All Grades
  • Lion Cubs - Kindergarten
  • Tiger Cubs – 1st grade
  • Wolf Cubs – 2nd grade
  • Bear Cubs – 3rd grade
  • Webelos I – 4th grade
  • Webelos II – 5th grade

We have a lot of fun activities every year. Some of the scouts favorites are:

  • Pack Family Camping (Fall & Spring)
  • Community Service (Scouting for food and Hassler Cleanup)
  • District Pushmobile
  • Pinewood Derby 
  • Blue & Gold Banquet
  • Council Scout Fair
  • Pool Party
  • Overnighters

Why you should join scouting with your child:

SCOUTING is FUN …with a PURPOSE !

  • Fun and Educational Activities
  • Develops Character
  • Promotes Good Citizenship
  • Family Values & Quality Time

Cub Scout Motto is   “DO YOUR BEST”

Signup to join Pack1999 here: https://my.bsa.us/576paa1999mb

Coupon Book Sales

Posted on Mar 2 2021 - 6:58am

Help your Scouts Fundraise! 

As you may have heard there is not going to be a Scout Fair event in 2021, but coupon book sales are still going on!

For 2021 a fully DIGITAL sale is happening now! 

Scouts can sell a $20 coupon membership to friends and family nationwide. The coupon membership is valid at big name stores, available by zip code, AND are valid for 365 days from the date of purchase. Units earn 35% commission on every sale (no deadlines to meet like the 5%, 3%, and 1% we have had in the past). 

Unit Leaders DO NOT have to manage books/ handle cash/ or maintain Scout selling records, all that is done ONLINE! 

Attached is a flyer you can share with your families. 

For a demo of how the online coupons work and what coupons are available, click here

Click here for the slides that you can send to your Scouts so they can create an account and start earning money for the unit! 

Start Selling Now!

2021 Blue and Gold Banquet

Posted on Feb 22 2021 - 6:50pm

What: Pack 1999 Blue and Gold Celebration and Annual Cake Scout and dad baking challenge!

Date: Saturday Feb 27th 3:30pm-5pm

Location: Gleannloch Farms Sports Complex Basketball Cour

The Blue and Gold Banquet is a tradition in Cub Scout packs, and it is a celebration of the anniversary of the founding of the BSA on February 8, 1910. In addition to the cake baking challenge, carnival games are also planned.

Details, rules and registration can be found on our pack website: https://www.pack1999.org/node/3291 

Volunteers are needed to make this event a success! Please sign up: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/10c0b4daaa92caaf94-blue

Scouting for Food

Posted on Jan 25 2021 - 11:47am

January 30, 2021 (door hanger drop off)
February 6, 2021 (food pick up and drop-off)

Scouting for Food is a council-wide service project to care for people in our local communities who are hungry and in need. In partnership with Souper Bowl of Caring, the project begins Saturday, January 30, 2021, as Scouts publicize the upcoming food drive using door hangers and social media.  The following Saturday, February 6, 2021, Scouts pick up and deliver donations to their local food banks and pantries.
 
A Scout promises to help other people at all times. There is no better way to show our Scouting spirit than by participating in the annual Scouting for Food drive! Now is the time to show our community the Scouting values of being loyal, helpful, kind and cheerful.
 
Scouts will help make a difference to fight hunger. Scouting for Food is the leading service program for Boy Scouts of America and is a part of the national BSA program - Good Turn for America. 

Pinewood Derby Replay

Posted on Jan 24 2021 - 2:30pm

Replay of Pinewood derby is on youtube:

https://youtu.be/FwLt8mHV98E

Pinewood Derby Info/Maps/Forms

Posted on Jan 18 2021 - 3:51pm

This Saturday, please check in at your scheduled time or earlier since lines get long toward the end of check-in.  Early Check in at 9:46 AM, Bears and Webelos 10:13 AM, Tiger Cubs and Wolves 11:04 AM, Check In Closes at 11:46 AM.   Judging starts at 11:46am, Races start at 12:33 PM

The church (14225 Hargrave Road) is setup to live stream to youtube this year for people that want to drop off their car and watch remotely (including remote grandparents/family members, etc.).  This is the link to the livestream:  https://youtu.be/FwLt8mHV98E

This year lunch will not be sold and we recommend that you go to eat lunch after you check-in and before the race starts.  You can bring lunch to eat in the outside picnic area. The Cash-only concessions will only sell snacks - chips/cookies/coke/sprite/water (all individually wrapped from the store).  Please only consume foods outside of the gym/sanctuary area. 

Please bring chairs, masks, and the covid pre-screening and youtube disclaimer form (attached).  Also attached is a map of the church complex. 

For those individuals that like to wait in the long lines which happen at the end of check-in (11:15-11:46am),  the church has blue tape marking off 6ft intervals when you enter so you can social distance. 

We need volunteers - especially for the pit area during the race and people to transport the cars during check in. Please see Mark if you would like to volunteer.

https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4faca62caafd0-pack

 

Pinewood Derby Rules

Posted on Jan 15 2021 - 7:26am

Please see attached for the full list of pinewood derby rules that our pack follows*. 

The 3 Key rules that must be followed:

1) All cars must be less then or equal to 5oz.

2) All cars must meet length, width, height requirements.  Pay close attention bottom clearance of 3/8in where we run into issues each year. 

3) BSA axles, BSA wheels, and BSA body wood from the BSA kit must be used to be eligible for scout trophies.   If there were any substitutions, please inform the check in person and you/your scout can still race in the "open/adult" division but just not be eligible for trophies.  We give 1st-3rd place metals in the open/adult division instead of trophies.     

*Please note -  Over the years people have submitted part modifications and since we do not want to turn anyone away we have allowed them to still race in the open/adult division as long as they meet weight and dimension requirements.  

 

Pinewood Derby Rules attached and are at the following link:

https://www.pack1999.org/system/files/PACK1999PINEWOODDERBYRULES2010with...

Please volunteer: https://www.signupgenius.com/go/30e0d4faca62caafd0-pack

If you missed build day, you can stop over at 1014 Pinsonfork Drive on Saturday 1/9/21 from 1-2pm and I can cut your car for you.  Have the shape drawn on the block of wood where you want the car cut. 

Pinewood Derby safety precautions can be found attached and here: https://www.pack1999.org/system/files/Pack1999PinewoodDerby2021Safety.pdf

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