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Thanks for visiting Cub Scout Pack 70 in New Canaan.  Cub Scouting is "Fun with a Purpose"  We invite boys from Grade K - Grade 5 to join us any time of the year.  Based out of St. Mark's Church, we meet monthly through the school year for fun, activities, and advancement.  We run the Pinewood Derby and Raingutter Regatta each year, go on a Fall Campout as a Pack, Perform Service projects in the Community, March in the Parade, Place Flags on Veterans Graves, Celebrate Scout Sunday, particpate in STEM Camporees, attend Summer Camp at Deer Lake, and much more.   Please contact us for more information.  We are the largest cub scout program in New Canaan and we'd love to have you join us.  We typically have a program kickoff just before the school year starts in late August/ early September depending on how the calendar falls. Questions email Cubmaster.NewCanaan70@gmail.com

Spring Cleaning? Donate your Items to the Annual Troop 70 Tag Sale on 4/21 and 4/22

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 9:52pm

Troop 70 (our Boy Scouts at St. Mark's) is holding collections for its annual tag sale only ONE WEEKEND this year.  COLLECTIONS/DROP OFFS will take place on Sat April 21 and Sun April 22 -- 9am to 3pm in the Train Station Lot across from Karl Chevrolet.  

District PWD Championship and Mystery Scavenger Hunt - Saturday, April 28, 2018

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 9:52pm

Do you like Pinewood Derby racing?  Join your fellow Scouts (and Pack 70 PWD winners) at Scout Day at Stepping Stones Museum for Children featuring Powahay’s Pinewood Derby Championship and fun Mystery at the Museum event.  You don’t have to race in the Pinewood Derby to attend!  Cub Scouts families can enjoy all of the fun Stepping Stones offers – from exhibit-themed activities, arts and creative play to story times, sing-a-longs, active play and more — while the Pinewood Derby races are taking place.  Important: If you register in advance, admission is only $12 for youth and $10 for adults.

Pack Meeting: AOL Court of Honor and Crossover Ceremony - Thursday, May 3, 2018

Posted on Apr 19 2018 - 9:51pm

On Thursday, May 3, 2018, our Arrow of Light Scouts will participate in their final Pack 70 meeting activity, a formal Court of Honor and Crossover Ceremony in their honor, as they receive their Arrow of Light rank awards and crossover from Cub Scouts to Boy Scouts.  Boy Scouts and Leaders from Troop 70 will be in attendance to welcome their newest Scouts and present them with their Boy Scout neckerchiefs.  If you haven't attended an Arrow of Light Court of Honor and Crossover Ceremony before, I highly recommend that you and your Scout attend to experience this in person.  AOL parents who wish to have formal pictures taken with their Scout after the ceremony can do so in the library across the hall.  Pizza will be served.

BALOO - New Leader Outdoor Skills - April 20-21

Posted on Apr 9 2018 - 11:07am

BALOO stands for Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation.  This course is an overnight training course where adult leaders can learn the basics for cub scout outings, activities, and campouts.  You’ll learn what can and cannot be done and best practices based on the Guide to Safe Scouting.  It is a hands-on course where you will get to cook and camp along with some classroom components.  It takes place at Hoyt Scout Reservation (Redding) and is required training for our Pack to camp.  You need at least one BALOO trained adult on every pack campout.    Most of our senior adult leadership has taken this course and it never expires!  It runs April 20th through April 21st - 6pm to 8pm at Hoyt.  Speak wih Steve Prostor, John Stimpson or Chris Winalski for more information.  The Pack pays for this training outing for all who attend.

Scout Day at Yankee Stadium - Saturday, May 5, 2018

Posted on Mar 29 2018 - 3:47pm

Are you a Yankee fan?  Join your fellow Scouts at CYC Scout Day at Yankee Stadium!

2018 Pinewood Derby Results

Posted on Mar 15 2018 - 1:26pm

Congratulations to all of our 2018 PWD winners!  This year’s race was possibly our largest ever, with 56 Cub Scouts and 14 Siblings participating (70 cars total).  Here are Pack 70’s overall winners:

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