Tag Archive: Packs Webelos

Jan 18

GM District Fall 2012 Camporee

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  The Fall ’12 Camporee planning season is now in full gear and we need your help!  Every year the district tries to outdo the previous year’s event. The theme for this year is “Pumpkin Chunkin’” If your unit loves physics, building, or just watching items being “flung”, then this event is for you.  As you …

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Dec 14

District Pinewood Derby Flyer – 2012

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GEORGE MASON DISTRICT     PINEWOOD DERBY   CHAMPIONSHIP REGISTRATION: Packs are requested to register their entrants as a group, by submitting the registration form (one per pack) no later than February 4, 2012. Registration includes the name and grade level (as of December 31, 2011) of the 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th grade representatives from …

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Dec 14

District Pinewood Derby Rules

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DISTRICT PINEWOOD DERBY RULES (Revised November 9, 2011 (revisions in Italics)   1.         LENGTH, WIDTH & CLEARANCE a. Maximum overall width (including wheels and axles) shall not exceed 2-3/4″. b. Minimum width between wheels shall be 1-3/4″ so car will clear the center     guide strip. c. Minimum clearance between the bottom of the car and …

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Nov 06

GM OA Ceremonies Team

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The George Mason Ceremonies Team are looking for OA Members interested in serving the Chapter.  This year we are working and striving towards providing support to ALL of our Cub Scout Packs.  The intention is to provide a Ceremonialist team to every Cub Scout Pack WEBELOS Bridging Ceremony.  We hope to meet with the Webelos …

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Nov 06

WEBELOS/OA Bridging Ceremony 2012

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November Roundtable 2011: The George Mason OA Ceremonies Team has a Bridging Ceremony that they can perform for your Cub Pack.  This ceremony is for the Webeloes IIs as they are awarded their Arrow of Light.  It involves Indians (OA Members) in costume.  This is an impressive ceremony for the Webeloes. In the past few years, …

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