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Bread of Angels Service Project – Next Saturday

img_3615Greetings Pack 811!

Our last summertime event will be next Saturday, August 29th, when we assist the Bread of Angels Ministry in serving meals to those in need here in Orange County.   For those of you have not yet had the opportunity to assist, you will find this both a memorable and rewarding experience.  This is a wonderful opportunity for the Pack to give back to our community, support the Church’s mission and present a wonderful life lesson to our young boys.

We will need two shifts of helpers for the event.  First shift will be from 7am to 9:30am and the second shift will be from 9:30-12:00pm.  All the meals are prepared by the Bread of Angels staff in the Church Hall at St. Angela Merici.  Parents may be needed to help in the kitchen and in the hall to help serve the guests. The scouts are needed to help take orders (for lunch only; breakfast is self-served) and serve food to the guests. (The boys will not be able to help in the kitchen due to their young age.)  The boys can serve and interact with the guests during the day.

We are limited to 8 scouts per shift.  The uniform for this event will be the Pack T-shirts.  Parents, you might want to bring a kitchen apron if you have one.

Signing up for the event is easy! Just click > HERE <and complete your information.We look to forward to seeing you all there!


Bear Scout Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL) Tour

Attention Bear Scouts!

The Bear Den will be visiting the Jet Propulsion Laboratory in Pasadena on Monday, April 8th.  This is a very unique opportunity to see behind the scenes at a primary NASA location.  Scout families are also welcomed. Please note the following requirements:

  • All US citizens 18 years of age or older visiting JPL MUST present official, government-issued photo identification, such as a driver’s license or passport, before being allowed entry.
  • Federal security requirements insist that you provide this office with a roster ONE MONTH before the tour. We require the full name and country of citizenship for all adults, and full name for those under the age of 18. Anyone not on our approved roster will not be allowed on to the facility. *Note: Substituting roster names the day of the tour is not allowed*
  • All non-US citizens (Foreign Nationals) 18 years of age or older MUST present either a passport or resident visa (green card) before being allowed entry. Individuals without the appropriate identification will NOT be admitted to the facility.
  • The tour includes considerable walking and stair climbing. Dress comfortably and appropriately for the weather. Wheelchairs can be accommodated with prior notice. Cameras are allowed on the tour. *Note: All tours are conducted in English*

If you are interested in attending, please contact Carm Villanueva as soon as possible at