Blue and Gold Dinner 2013

Posted on 3/3/2013 by

Thursday 2/28 was this year's Blue and Gold dinner for Pack 71. The Den Chiefs were the dessert judges for the contest. It was a tough job, but somebody had to do it.

Every year the Cub Scouts have a Blue and Gold dinner, named after the Cub Scout colors.  It has been known as the time for handing out rewards and letting the Den Chiefs remember when they were Cub Scouts. A Den Chief is a Boy Scout who volunteers to help a Den Leader in his monthly den meeting. 

There is a dessert contest that the den chiefs help judge. So they have to eat first to be ready for their duties. A lot of parents brought in desserts, so all the judges had a lot to try.

After the awards for the best tasting and best looking desserts, other awards (best candy bar seller, best wreath seller) were handed out, as well as activity pins. There was a lot of achievement this year as the Cubmaster handed out pin after pin.

When it was all over, every scout pitched in for clean up, and we made it cleaner than when we arrived. Den Chief Spencer made origami finger claws, and handed them out to all the kids who wanted them.  He showed some of them how to fold the claws themselves.    

All-in-all, it was a success. Everybody had a great time, and a lot of achievements were celebrated. 

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