So much Fun in February!
Thank you! Thank you! Thank you!
We had a great turn out for Scouting for Food!
Happy Birthday to our Scouting for Food Chair Mr. Griggs who spent his birthday morning with us collecting food.
The Pinewood Derby Workshop helped make what looks like some tough competition!

Den Meetings 2/4/2020 MUMC 6:30pm

Blue & Gold- February's Pack Meeting

Most Cub Scouts celebrate Scouting Anniversary February 8 1910  with a "birthday party" called the blue and gold sometime in the month . Pack 214 is no different, so on Tuesday February 11th at our Pack meeting we will celebrate scouting with a presentation from our Friends of Scouting Chair and a cake contest.  Yes we will let them eat cake!
Since the cakes will be shared with everyone 
PLEASE keep in mind that we do have several boys with tree nut allergies in our pack and ask that none of the cakes or cake ingredients contain them. 
 1) Theme =Sports
 2) 8" or 9" square or round cakes  * there is NO prize category for the biggest cake
 2) Edible! That means everything except the tray it sits on. Whatever you build or use to decorate must be edible. Examples: Toothpicks NOT edible, pretzel sticks ARE edible. Matchbox cars and Legos are NOT edible, candy and chocolate ARE edible.
5) Mixes or homemade! Go ahead, rely on the box. But, NO STORE BOUGHT CAKES! Mixing is the plan!
 3) Scout Made!  An adult may help with the oven, appliances, sharp knives, etc. as needed. However, please allow the Scout to do as much as possible.
  6) Scouts clean up the kitchen! All scouts are old enough to load a dishwasher or wash items by hand. Just bring a stool or chair to the sink if needed. Wipe down those counters, too.

***Volunteers needed!***

**No Fridge/Freezer items! The cakes will have to sit out at the Pack meeting for a while. Do NOT make the cake out of ice cream or other melting foods unless you are bringing a mop or a case of paper towels and plan to clean up the puddle.
**Please Bring it on a disposable tray like foil wrapped cardboard to aide in cleanup or you may be there a while and/or have to take leftovers home.  Although this last is not a requirement, it is highly recommended.
**We will have tent cards for each cake when you arrive where they can also be marked if the are gluten free or contain any other common allergen.

W.A.C. Signups open 

***February 12th deadline***

Webelos Adventure Camp directors are already preparing for an exciting summer camp and it's time to sign up! This camp is for Scouts currently ranked as Bear (rising Webelo I) and Webelo I (rising AOL)

Pinewood Derby 

Mark your calendars to save the date for the most exciting competition of the year! Saturday, February 29th we have some racing to do!

For ALL things Pinewood Derby including Rules, Registration, schedule, and to help go to

Who wants to cook after a long day of racing??  Wouldn't you rather eat good food for a good cause???
City BBQ in Matthews located at 1514 Galleria Blvd will be hosting a fundraiser for us that day so make sure to bring your Den, your friends, and family out to eat on race day with 25% of your bill benefiting Pack 214!

Volunteers Needed!

Your help is needed!  See Cubby Notes-Volunteer edition to see the open positions that need to be fiilled and sign up today using the Sign-Up Genius link below. Without volunteers Scouts miss out!

Nova Award Classes

We are excited to offer the BSA Nova Award Classes again this year! The BSA's STEM Nova Awards program is designed to introduce and encourage further study of STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) by Cub Scouts. The Nova Award program starts with the Rank of Wolf and continues through the rest of their scouting journey with new awards and classes for the appropriate ranks. 

Next Class: Out of this World! February 23rd 3:00-4:30pm
**Sign ups will closed at noon on the Wednesday before the class so that our instructor has time to prepare and purchase needed materials. Please reach out to the contacts listed with any questions.

Coordinator: Darren Holman
Parent Rep: Laura Gallant

Please see for additional information and future class sign ups



February 4th , 6:30pm
Den Meetings

February 10th , 6:30pm
Committee Meeting 

February 11th , 6:30pm
Pack Meeting 
Blue & Gold

Eagles's Nest 

February 18th , 6:30pm
Den Meetings

February 23rd , 3:00pm
Nova Awards Class
Out of This World

Eagle's Nest 

February 25th , 6:30pm
Den Meetings
**Lions Meet**
**Commons NOT available**

February 29th 
Pinewood Derby 
Eagle's Nest

February 29th 
City BBQ Matthews 

March  3rd , 6:30pm
Den Meetings

March 9th , 6:30pm
Committee Meeting 

March 10th , 6:30pm
Pack Meeting 
AOL Ceremony

Eagles's Nest 

March 15th , 2:00pm
Eagle's Nest

March 17th 
No Meetings 
Happy St. Patrick's Day

March  24th , 6:30pm
Den Meetings
***Lions Meet***


March  27th-28th
Myrtle Beach SC

March  31st , 6:30pm
Den Meetings


Who's Who Pack 214


George Thompson

Assistant Cubmaster/Trainer
Dale Salter

Assistant Cubmaster
Erika Macielinski


Adam Macielinski

Committee Chair
Laura Gallant


8:15 – Classic
9:30 – Contemporary
11:00 – Traditional
12:30 – Centro Cristiano Hosanna (Servicio en Español)
The Deep Family Worship – 2nd Sunday of each month at 9:30 am
Family Fun Night at Crews (1201 Crews Road, Matthews, NC 28105) returns with a fun-filled lineup of activities and entertainment including mini golf, laser tag, glow in the dark dodgeball and newly added Professional Wrestling. Light refreshments will be provided at all Family Fun Night events. Events are completely FREE with the exception of the Professional Wrestling Night.

Town of Matthews Parks, Recreation, and Cultural Resource Department
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