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Every year Pack 345 has a Big Trip! that is an overnight adventure to a unique attraction such as the USS Yorktown (aircraft carrier in Charleston SC), Space Camp (Huntsville, AL), or Nature’s Classroom (Mentone, Alabama).
This year our Big Trip! Is going to be divided into three trips designed for our different ranks. The main reason for dividing the trip up is to follow the COVID-19 precautions at each site. Spaces are limited and registration is first come, first served.
About siblings: We want all of our events to be for the whole family. However, the sites we’re visiting have COVID-19 protocols that restrict the size of the groups they welcome. Therefore, we ask that you register only one parent per scout and don’t register siblings who are not Pack 345 scouts. One week before the closing of registration, if there is room, we’ll open up registration for siblings or an additional parent on a first come, first served basis.
Lions, Tigers, and Wolves (Grades K-2): Overnight at the Atlanta Zoo Friday, March 28
Our youngest scouts can participate in the Nightcrawlers adventure at the Atlanta Zoo. This is an overnight event for Scouts ages 6 and up. They have COVID precautions in place that require masking. Details and registration can be found here [link to Pack 345 informational page].
Bears, Webelos, and AOLs (Grades 3-5) Overnight at the GA Aquarium
Our older Scouts can participate in a sleepover night at the Georgia Aquarium. This is an overnight event for Scouts aged 7 and up. They also have COVID precautions in place that l require masking. Details and registration can be found here [link to Pack 345 informational page]. Due to registration limits these scout ranks will be divided into one night for the Bears on Saturday March 19 and a separate night, Friday April 1, for the Webelos and AOLs.
We hope you join us in the adventures, but we understand if your family chooses to not participate. We hope to return to a normal, “destination” Big Trip, like Space Camp, when circumstances permit.