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Pinewood Derby 2016

Congratulations to all the Scouts and a Great Derby!  Thank you to the many parents, Scouts and siblings that volunteered and helped set up, check in cars, clean up and everything in between!

The standings and results are available here:

Race Results
Individual Car Statistics
Group Statistics
Group Standings
Overall Round Standings
Overall Race Statistics
Lane Statistics
Combined Results

Some have asked about the car cam/Go Pro shots.  Unfortunately, in the rush the camera was in time lapse mode.  Next time I know to double check.  Anyway, the still shots made into a video are available below the Pack Derby Pictures.

Thanks again!

Race Time
Warning LARGE FILE (200MB) From Pinewood Derby 2016 Videos
Life of a Derby Car
Warning LARGE FILE (200MB) From Pinewood Derby 2016 Videos

 

Cars By Rank

Place Time Avg MPH Car# Last Name First Name Group Subgroup
37 13.7251 208.6 6 Davis Ryan Scouts Tiger
26 13.2272 216.5 1 Olejnik Daniel Scouts Tiger
6 12.7195 225.1 5 Skonieczny Owen Scouts Tiger
18 12.9875 220.5 7 Trenkle Stephen Scouts Tiger
39 13.9115 205.8 12 Aiello Nick Scouts Wolf
38 13.7257 208.6 13 Dake Tommy Scouts Wolf
10 12.8823 222.3 14 D’Arcy Will Scouts Wolf
35 13.6431 209.9 10 Hvizda James Scouts Wolf
40 14.1164 202.9 11 Lynge James Scouts Wolf
9 12.8772 222.4 22 Butler Nathan Scouts Bear
15 12.9142 221.7 18 Collins Canaan Scouts Bear
45 14.8699 192.6 16 Harbin Caden Scouts Bear
1 12.5079 228.9 21 Jacobs Jonathan Scouts Bear
46 15.3657 186.4 23 Mullins Thomas Scouts Bear
16 12.9423 221.3 17 Samples Caleb Scouts Bear
22 13.0659 219.2 24 Willem Tyler Scouts Bear
23 13.0875 218.8 15 Zurinsky Andrew Scouts Bear
14 12.9095 221.8 28 Brolliar Holden Scouts Webelo
34 13.5369 211.5 34 Huhlein Ryan Scouts Webelo
24 13.1439 217.9 30 Hvizda Joey Scouts Webelo
12 12.8981 222 32 Sutherland Jude Scouts Webelo
7 12.8372 223.1 37 Tiernan Will Scouts Webelo
20 13.0242 219.9 41 Collins Cooper Scouts Webelo_Patrol
48 16.5252 173.3 48 Copeland Cody Scouts Webelo_Patrol
4 12.6016 227.2 38 Davis Andrew Scouts Webelo_Patrol
18 12.9875 220.5 43 Doktor Joseph Scouts Webelo_Patrol
44 14.7127 194.6 50 Reid Liam Scouts Webelo_Patrol
25 13.1877 217.1 40 Skonieczny Caden Scouts Webelo_Patrol
28 13.2521 216.1 42 Stokes John Scouts Webelo_Patrol
2 12.5147 228.8 51 Teague Skylar Scouts Webelo_Patrol
30 13.2876 215.5 39 Weinstein Briley Scouts Webelo_Patrol
47 16.0609 178.3 91 Aiello Elena Outlaws Under18
5 12.6717 226 84 Butler Josie Outlaws Under18
43 14.4205 198.6 80 Dake Margaret Outlaws Under18
27 13.2319 216.4 79 D’Arcy Mary Outlaws Under18
32 13.36 214.3 81 D’Arcy Will Outlaws Under18
21 13.0545 219.4 83 Davis Evan Outlaws Under18
13 12.9064 221.9 82 Davis Sarah Outlaws Under18
50 39.9996 71.6 96 Harriger Noah Outlaws Under18
42 14.3006 200.2 88 Lynge Juliette Outlaws Under18
29 13.2792 215.6 86 Olejnik Katie Outlaws Under18
33 13.5064 212 95 Samples Matthew Outlaws Under18
17 12.953 221.1 85 Tiernan Annie Outlaws Under18
49 16.557 173 66 Aiello Joey Outlaws Adult
11 12.8965 222 60 Brolliar Lon Outlaws Adult
36 13.7134 208.8 61 Lynge Jimm Outlaws Adult
41 14.1389 202.5 63 Olejnik BJ Outlaws Adult
31 13.2919 215.4 65 Skonieczny Steven Outlaws Adult
3 12.5975 227.3 62 Tiernan Chris Outlaws Adult
8 12.8705 222.5 69 Trenkle Laura Outlaws Adult

 

 

 

 

Space Derby… Coming November 2015

You may be wondering “What is Space Derby???”

Due to leaky gutters and cold weather of past Raingutter Regattas, we decided to try out Space Derby this year. Since this is our first year trying this please be patient as we learn together.

As with anything new, Google/Bing/Yahoo/(Insert your favorite search engine) is your friend.

More information to follow as we figure out the more information.

Zombies Attack!!! – Cub Haunted at Camp Comer – October 24-25th

Hopefully, I am not the only one that thought of the Stay Puft Marshmallow Man at Saturday night’s campfire.  Cub Haunted is much better when the temperatures are not below freezing!

Look its the Great Pumpkin! Tate Farms – October 17th

 

A night of jumping, swinging, hay riding fun!  Hopefully, everyone is getting their pumpkin carved and ready for Halloween!

Pack September Camp Out!

Our 1st Pack Camp Out is coming up! Don’t miss out on the fun.

A few people have asked for some clarifications on what to bring; thus, I thought it might be useful to share it with those that are going on the campout.

What to bring:

Paperwork:

If you haven’t turned in Health AB Forms for ALL the members in your family that are attending the camp out please fill out, print and bring copies with you.  Also, any checks or payments if you were not able to drop them by the Holy Spirit School Office.

Camping Gear and Related Items:

Please refer to Camping Checklist. This list was based off of the BSA’s checklist for Cub Scout Pack Campouts.

If it has it been a while since you’ve been camping or you’ve never been camping… Your Son’s Den Leader and Cubmaster are also a good resource.

Remember tents are often specified with everyone sleeping shoulder to shoulder (and sometimes shoulder to feet to shoulder.) Check your tent dimensions and make sure you will be comfortable sleeping that close. Especially if your son moves around while sleeping. Also, note most 3 person tents will NOT hold three standard camp air mattresses.

 

Food:
Sodas, juice and other drinks for your family.
Snacks in case your family gets hungry between meals.
Meals will be prepared and cooked by the Scouts in the Pack.  Information on the meals and the camp out schedule/agenda are available on the campout flyer.
Having a spouse with dietary restrictions I realize the often neglected meal concerns.  We have tried to provide alternates at each of the meals with food allergies in mind. However, if you or one of your family members have dietary restrictions, depending on the severity, you may want to bring alternate meals or check before eating.

Comfort:
Folding chairs, air mattresses, sleeping bags, etc.

Soap and shampoo and associated toiletries if you plan to wash up before Church.  (One of the advantages of sitting with the Pack any wilderness/campfire smells you can blame on the Scouts.)

If you have any camping and or cooking gear you are thinking about bringing, but are unsure as to whether or not to bring, please put it in your vehicle anyway. It is much easier to walk to your car to retrieve something than to have to drive back to the house and or a store. We almost always can use extra tables, camp mixing bowls, wash basins, stoves, camp coffee pots, etc.

Scouting Attitude:
It is all about the boys. While your camping, enjoy time with your son and family. Please try to disconnect from the internet, immediate news, updates, and constant electronic contact, as much as possible.

What not to bring:
Gameboys, 3DS’s, and other electronic games for the kids (or parents.) Also, I know its football season. Trust me you will survive and your team is not depending on you to watch them in order for them to be properly motivated and win. Such is the reason for DVR’s and football review shows.

Our Pack follows the policy of the Boy Scouts of America that the use of alcoholic beverages and controlled substances is not permitted at encampments or activities on property owned and/or operated by the Boy Scouts of America, or at any activity involving participation of youth members.

Tobacco
Adult leaders should support the attitude that they, as well as youth, are better off without tobacco in any form and may not allow the use of tobacco products at any BSA activity involving youth participants. This includes the use of electronic cigarettes, personal vaporizers, or electronic nicotine delivery systems that simulate tobacco smoking.
All Scouting functions, meetings, and activities should be conducted on a smoke-free basis, with smoking areas located away from all participants.
References: Scoutmaster Handbook, No. 33009,
and Boy Scout Handbook, No. 34554

Drugs
The misuse of drugs happens in all levels of our society. We may be confronted with the problem at any time; therefore, we need to understand the misuse of drugs and what can be done
about the situation. See the Drug Enforcement Administration website (http://www.justice.gov/dea/index.htm) for detailed information on controlled substances and their effects.

Medical Marijuana
It is unacceptable for anyone to use or be under the influence of medical marijuana at or during any Scouting activity.

Again, if you have any questions or concerns please do not hesitate to call or email me. Your son’s Den Leader and the other leaders in the Pack are excellent sources of information upon which to draw.

Sincerely,

Lon Brolliar
Pack 361 Outdoor Activities Chair
Holy Spirit Catholic Church
Phone – See Scoutbook.com

September Pack Meeting

We had our first Pack Meeting for the 2015-2016 school year Sept. 1, 2015. We had several new Scouts join our Pack and are looking forward to the new Scouting program.

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