Arrow of Light….

Arrow of Light…

Arrow of Light…

Kevin Wren, center, a member of Cub Scout Pack No. 191 in Rangely, received his Arrow of Light in Cub Scouts. He is pictured with his mother and father, J’lyn and Kyle Wren. The Boy Scouts of America has revamped its Cub Scout program and the requirements to receive advancements, especially Arrow of Light, are […]

Scouts tour museum…

Rangely Boy/Cub Scout troop/pack Nos. 189/191, sponsored by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints, had the opportunity of a lifetime. On Feb. 17, they received a personal tour given by Bud Striegel of his amazing Rangely Car Museum. The guided tour came with stories and car information the scouts won’t soon forget.

Pinewood Derby…

The 2016 Rangely Pinewood Derby for Cub Scout packs No. 189 and 191 was held Jan. 27 at the Rangely Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. There were 16 excited Cub Scouts who participated in this year’s races. Each boy raced his car in 14 races to determine the winners. It was a fun […]

Arrow of Light…

Cub Scout Marstan Wagner, a member of Webelos Pack No. 191 in Rangely, has earned the Arrow of Light Award, the highest award possible in Cub Scouts. Wagner earned the award on Jan. 27, and is pictured here with his parents, Stan and Mara Wagner. Cub Scout leaders John and Brenda Pennell stated, “We are […]

Arrow of Light…

On Oct. 28, Andrew Slack of Rangely earned the Arrow of Light Award, which is the highest award in Cub Scouting. He is pictured with his parents, Merilee and Ryan Slack.

Cub Scouts…

Pinewood Derby…

Cub Scouts Pinewood Derby …

On Jan. 29, Cub Scout packs 189 and 191 of Rangely got together to try their talents at Pinewood Derby car racing.

Holiday mail for heroes …

Rangely Cub Scout Packs 189/191 held a pack meeting and did a service project called “Holiday Mail for Heroes” affiliated with the Red Cross, where scouts and families make cards for our service men and women everywhere to show gratitude for their service.

Public service …

Officer Hood visited Rangely Cub Scout Packs 189 and 191 to talk to them about law enforcement and safety. (Left to right) Ben Nielsen, Ty Fielder, Officer Hood, Den Chief Braxton Bishop, Zane and Lincoln Cordrey.