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Cub Pack 306 wins Cub Cup

As a testament to members enthusiasm, Cub Scout Pack 306 was recently awarded the Cub Cup for 2013, an honor recognizing the highest level of involvement of a Cub Scout Pack. In addition, Dee Ann Vincent was honored at the banquet as Den Leader of the year. The honors were presented Feb. 7 at the annual Rowan District Leaders’ Banquet.
The present Cub Scout Pack 306 came into existence in September 2008 and has been blessed with enthusiastic Cub Scouts, willing and involved adult leaders and progressive growth. Participation in Rowan District and Central North Carolina Council events has been a staple of their event calendar over the years.
Adult leaders have played an integral part in planning and staffing the events. Among those events have been many week-long Rowan District Cub Scout Day Camps, Webelos Residence Camp, and Outdoor Games and Gold Rush at Camp Barnhardt. They have also participated in the Veterans Day parade and the Holiday Caravan, in which they were awarded third place “Non-Professional, Non-Business Float.”
Pack 306 is the second pack in the county to be awarded the Cub Cup. Cub Cup criteria is based on various areas in scouting, such as fundraising, community service, leader training and assistance, event participation, extensive outdoor activities and pack retention and growth.
Leaders of Pack 306 include Stephanie Mesimer, Cubmaster; Harold Mesimer, Assistant Cubmaster; Mark Latva, Dee Ann Vincent, Scott Vincent, Frank Everhart, Douglas Lynch, Jonathan Lynch, John Barber, Ann Barber, Heather Joubert, Rich Kolbasowski and Cindy Waitkus-Kolbasowski.
Scouts include:
Webelos II: Joseph Kolbasowski, Austin Latva, Landon Mesimer
Webelos I: Nicholas Foote, Ryan Joubert, Owen Painter, Jaques Sloan, Sam Vincent
Bears: Isaiah Brown, Jackson Everhart, Mason Everhart, Marik Kolbasowski, Ethan Talbott, Kane Talbott
Wolves: Matthew Lynch, Rylan Talbott, Sam Wilson
Tigers: Layton Barber, Daniel Doan, Maxwell Foote, Joshua Hastings, Brayden Latva, Dallas Lynch, Luke Mesimer, Lucas Mitchell, Brayden Smith,
Pack 306 meets on Thursdays at North Hills Christian School and is open to boys in grades 1-5. For more information about the pack, contact Stephanie Mesimer at 704-239-0062 or stephaniemesimer@yahoo.com.

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