JULY, 2000

Pack 154

P.O. Box 641

Prospect, KY 40059


July 11 - POOL PARTY

Oldham County Aquatic Center

6:30PM-Pizza, 8PM-10PM-Swim

July 13 - Den Leader/ Committee meeting

6:30, St.John Upstairs Room

July 21 -CINCINNATI REDS Game (meet at North Oldham Middle, Bus leaves campus at 4:30 pm, returns approx 1AM)

July 22 - Orientation meeting for Webelos Resident Camp 4pm St John, Upstairs Room.


6pm - North Oldham-Goshen Campus

Aug- Roundup - date and time TBA

Aug 3-6 - WEBELOS RESIDENT CAMP David Hensley Coordinator

Aug 10 - Den Leader/ Committee meeting

6:30, St.John Upstairs Room

Sept 15 - LOUISVILLE ZOO NIGHT SAFARI (overnight 7pm- 9am.

Oct. 6-8 PATRIOT GAMES 2000, Fort Knox


Scouts and their immediate family are invited to Pack 154's Pool Party on Tuesday, July 11, at the Oldham County Aquatic Center in the Wendell Moore Park, Highway 393, Buckner. The fun begins at 6:30PM with pizza and soft drinks at the park pavilion, then we will move to the pool - reserved just for our pack, all for free!!! We need a head count if you plan to eat pizza, so please let your den leader know if you plan to attend. Pool Rules - No outside food or drink allowed inside the Aquatic Center. The snack bar will be open for purchasing food and drinks inside the pool. All children 4 yrs old and younger must wear Little Swimmer diapers under their swim suits. Any questions, call Mike Tanner, 228-1704.


Friday, July 21, Pack 154 will head out to Cincinnati to see the Reds vs. Arizona. The busses will be leaving the North Oldham Middle School Campus at 4:30pm and will return at 1am. You should receive a letter explaining details of the trip. Any questions, call Bill Clarke, 228-5393.



David Hensley, our Webelos Resident Camp Coordinator, will host a meeting Saturday, July 22, 4pm at St. John, upstairs room. If your son is attending Webelos resident camp this year - this meeting is a must. You will be given all the information you need to know. If you have any questions concerning the meeting or Webelos Resident Camp, contact David Hensley, 292- 0235.


WHEN: 8/2 6:00PM


August is a HOT month but we can COOL you off. Put on your swimsuit and join us at our annual hosedown, sponsored by the North Oldham Fire Department. Be ready to get very wet from the biggest sprinkler in Goshen! Be sure to bring your towel.



Fall will be here before you know it and what better way to start off our scouting year than with a sleepover at the Louisville Zoo. All scouts are invited to a Night Safari on FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 starting at 7pm and ending with breakfast and a morning tour of the zoo on Saturday at 9am. This promises to be a fun-filled night packed with nocturnal adventures including, a night walk through the zoo to observe animal behavior, a movie and a camp-out under the stars. The registration fee will be $18.00 per person and patches will be available for $2. Plenty of additional information and a registration for will be coming in the August newsletter, but mark your calendars now!!! For additional information call Anne Luvisi 228-9148.


Patriot Games 2000, a council- wide encampment at Fort Knox, will take place October 6-8. This event, last held in 1995, promises to be a premier event for our scouts this fall. Activities for the weekend will include the Army adventure van, displays by the Army, National Guard and the Coast Guard, activities such as fishing and an obstacle course, and much more. More information will follow in the August and September Newsletter.


The Pack Picnic was a tremendous success this year thanks to Debbie Morgan, Julie Patterson and all the parent volunteers! We had so much fun this year with approx. 45 scouts in attendance. All the events were a lot of fun but I think everyone really loved the pie-eating contest. Thanks so much to all the parents and kids who helped with this event. Debbie Morgan, Julie Patterson, Bill Clarke and family, the Stevenson family, Tony Simpson, the Rice family, the Monem family, Laurie Anne Roberts, Joy Able, Sherry Cain, Jerelyn Hickman, Gregory Gatewood, Lynn Benefiel, and the States Family. SUPER JOB!


Congratulations Pack 154 - All our hard work really paid off!! We made a profit of $916.24. Thanks so much for all the scouts who sold tickets and the committee who put this together on such short notice - Committee: Bill Clarke, Pamela Williams-Harris, Mimi Stevenson, Anne Luvisi, Sara McCoy & Carl Herring. Special thanks to Sue Roenigk and Helen Asher for donating their time in the kitchen. Also thanks to the parents & kids who helped set-up, serve & clean up: Clarke Family, Luvisi Family, Stevenson Family, Sherry & Tim Cain, Jill Hall, Diane Lawson, Jennifer Nolte, Julie Patterson, Jerelyn Hickman, Jeremy & Jonathan Rice, Holly Young, Joan Warner, and Tillie Monem. Way to go scouts and parent volunteers!!


Our pack currently has several job openings. In order to continue the quality program for our boys, we must pass the torch on to new leaders and committee members. Barry Stevenson, Treasurer, and Pamela Williams-Harris, Assistant Cubmaster, will leave our Pack in February 2001. We must fill these positions as well as the two positions listed below. Please take the time to read over the HELP WANTED ads below. If you have any questions or are interested in these positions, please call Mimi Stevenson, 228-9677 or Bill Clarke, 228-5393.

NEWSLETTER- Newsletter is published every month, usually before the pack meeting. Committee Chair, Cubmaster and Special Events Coordinator will help provide articles for newsletter. Need someone with good word processing skills. Time involved approx. 2 days/evenings per month. Should attend monthly den leader /committee meetings.

SECRETARY - Need someone to take minutes during the monthly Den Leader Committee meetings. Meetings last approx 1-2 hrs. Provide copies of minutes for each meeting. Also responsible for Pack correspondence such as Thank you notes, Invitations, etc. Time required - 2 to 5 hours per month.


Debbie Schuette needs names of scouts who had perfect attendance this year. (Attended all pack meetings) If you have any questions, please call or e-mail Debbie. Phone, 228-2936, fax/ 292-1915, e-mail at


- Leader training will be held for all leaders, assistants and committee members who need training. Fall training schedule:

Aug. 26 9am-1pm, Carrollton 1st Bapt Church; Sept. 14 6:30pm- 10:30pm, LaGrange Christian Church; Sept. 23 9am-1pm, The Bank, Crestwood; Oct. 2 & 3, 7pm-9pm, St. John, UMC, Prospect; Oct. 21, 9am-1pm, The Bank, Crestwood. These will probably be the only training offered this fall. Please call Phyllis Hensley if you are interested or if you have any questions. 292-0235


6:30pm ST. JOHN, UPSTAIRS ROOM, Leaders & committee members, this is the time of year when we start planning events for the upcoming year. It is extremely important that you attend the meetings held in July & August. Leaders and Assistants should attend. This is your opportunity to express your ideas and give your input to next year’s program. If you would like to be listed on the agenda, call Mimi Stevenson a day or so before the meeting. All meetings will begin promptly at 6:30PM, at St. John (upstairs room). Free child care is available, contact Mimi Stevenson the day before the meeting. As always, parents are invited and encouraged to attend.

Pack Committee

Committee Chair- Mimi Stevenson

Phone # 228-9677, e-mail

Cubmaster - Bill Clarke Phone

# 228-5393, e-mail

Asst. Cubmaster, Den Leader Coach - David Hensley Phone# 292- 0235

Asst. Cubmaster, Den Placement - Pamela Williams-Harris Phone # 228-4468


Advancements - Debbie Schuette Phone# 228-2936 e-mail

Treasurer - Barry Stevenson Phone #228-9677 e-mail

Training - Phyllis Hensley Phone #292-0235

Special Events - Anne Luvisi Phone #228-9148

Secretary/Newsletter - Mimi Stevenson (temporary)

Tiger Cub Coordinator - Debbie Morgan Phone #228-5288 e-mail


Steven Tanner 7/6

Aaron Schuette 7/10

Alex Hall 7/14

Connor Luvisi 7/21

Taylor Keefe 7/22

Eric Dillon 7/24

Dominic Maritt 7/27

Stephen McCoy 7/28

May 2000


Alex Hall & Patrick Hickman

This month at our den meting we made kites. We decorated our kites nice. We put stickers and marker drawings on them. We went outside and flew them. At the pack meting we are going to graduate to a bobcat and have a selabrashin. We have to know the bobcat trail.