Monthly Archives: March 2019

Council Scout Shop Spring Cub Scout Uniform Special

Keep your new Cub Scout looking pack ready and prepared with this awesome

Scout Shop discount! Get 25% off blue Cub Scout uniform tops with the 

purchase of any blue Cub Scout uniform bottom.

Offer valid April 1 through May 31, 2019

Cedar Knolls Scout Shop

1 Saddle Road

Cedar Knolls NJ 07927

973-765-9322 ext. 233


9 am-7:30 pm

Saturday 9 am-3 pm

Mountainside Scout Shop

1130 Route 22 West

Mountainside NJ 07092



Monday-Friday 9 am-2 pm &
4 pm-7 pm

Saturday 9 am-3 pm

Must purchase a blue Cub Scout uniform shirt with the purchase of the Cub Scout uniform bottom on the same receipt. Not valid on prior purchases.

Community Service Committee

The mission of the community service committee is “to promote the inclusion of unit community service activities within the Scouting program so as to instill in our youth a lifelong dedication to service as embodied in our Scouting principles.” Service is woven into the very fabric of the Scouting program. In the Scout Oath we promise to “help other people at all times.” The Scout Law declares that a Scout is helpful, while the slogan urges Scouts to “do a good turn daily.” The Patriots’ Path Council Community Service Committee promotes our pledge to serve others in many ways during the course of the Scouting year.

The committee

  1. Promotes unit service opportunities and works to increase the amount of community service provided by Scouts, leaders and other participants.
  2. Provides community service ideas and organizations that could benefit from service.
  3. Promotes unit participation in Scouting for Food throughout the year.
  4. Supports council blood drives and annual toy drives in the council area.
  5. Plans and leads other council wide service projects.
  6. Promotes reporting of service hours through the Journey to Excellence Program.
  7. Promotes the recognition of volunteers by using the SERV (Scouting Excellence Recognizing Volunteerism) award program where service is rendered beyond the Scouting requirements.


The committee is comprised of a volunteer chairman from each district in the council. Current district chairs are:

Darlene Kishpaugh      Sussex District

Maureen Pavely           Fishawack District

Tony Cretella                Black River District

Martha Kamichoff         Munsee District

Linda Cummings          Raritan Valley District

Tony Campasano        Watchung Mountain District



Saturday, March 2 saw 75 Cub Scouts converge on the Deverin Community Center in Carteret for the Munsee District Pinewood Derby. Races were held for Lions, Tigers, Wolves, Bears, Webelos and Arrow of Light Scouts. Fastest in each age group received trophies. We also held a parent and sibling race.


Division winners were:

Lion                Maizie James            Carteret          Pack 88

Tiger               Bradley Saccone      Cranford        Pack 103

Wolf                Anthony Scorese     Cranford        Pack 75

Bear                Holden Carey            Colonia          Pack 523

Webelos        Miguel Cruz              Elizabeth       Pack 101

AOL                Lucas Costa             Elizabeth       Pack 101

Girl Scout      Charlotte DiPipplo

Tiger Parent  Nick D’Andrea

Open Parent Adam DiPaolo


A special thanks to Orest Hrycak, Vincent Bellino, Dan Turano, Alicia James, Lisamarie Banko, Pack 88 and Troop 88 and all the other volunteers for their help and support to make this a great event.

Seaside Heights Camporee on the Beach

Every June, Jersey Shore Council holds a campout on the beach!  This is a great way to kick off your summer program and join over 650 Scouts and come camp on the beach at the Seaside Heights Camporee. Camp on the beach, wake up to the sun rise, enjoy the amusements, go fishing, and more! This camporee is ideal for Scouts of all ages! Perfect for inviting next year’s Webelos for early troop introductions. Perfect family camping opportunity! Little hassle, and most amenities are included! Find out more information and register here. Click here for the flyer.

Six Flags Camporee

Every April, Jersey Shore Council puts together a camping trip at Six Flags Great Adventure.  Scouts get the chance to camp overnight within walking distance of the park.  On Saturday morning Scouts get into the park early for a brief program in the amphitheater and after the program they are first ones into the park, so they can get in front of the lines! Find out more information and register here. Click here for the flyer.

Sussex District Cub Scout Freeze-o-ree

The Sussex District Cub Scout Freeze-o-ree was held on Sunday March 17th at the Skylands Ice World.  There were 97 attendees who enjoyed one hour of open ice skating and a variety of other activities. Outside events included broom ball, archery, cubmobiles, fishing, and launching apples from a trebuchet.  Indoors, Scouts enjoyed a STEM project, played checkers, horseshoes and created crafts.  The event was chaired by Darlene Kishpaugh who was supported by many other volunteers.  A good time for all!

Robert Tunnell Memorial Fishing Tournament

Saturday May 11, 2019 at Winnebago Scout Reservation, Rockaway, NJ

The Robert Tunnell Memorial Fishing Tournament is a fun filled day of fishing open to Cub Scouts, Scouts BSA, Venturers and their parents. The event is from 8 am till 3 pm. Lunch is also included for just $30.00 a person. Boats are available to for the first 20 parent/child partners. You may also bring your own boat.  To register, please click here.


The Patriots’ Path Council Membership Committee will hold three more Membership Breakfasts on March 30, April 6 and April 13.  These breakfasts will equip your unit with Best Practices for Recruiting, Using Social Media to Recruit, Info on Family Scouting and Scouts BSA, and Resources Available from Patriots’ Path Council.  Everyone is welcome but your new member coordinator (or the person who may become your NMC) is specially encouraged to attend.

Membership Breakfasts will be held on:

Saturday, March 30th in Manville from 9:00-11:30 am,

Saturday, April 6th in Cedar Knolls from 9:00-11:30 am,

Saturday April 13th in Cranford from 9:00-11:30 am.

Registration can be found here. You can find the flyer here.

Patriots’ Path 5K Run / Walk

June 15, 2019 8:00 – 11: 00 am

Please join us for our 2nd Patriots’ Path 5K Run / Walk.  This will be a fun event for the whole family.  Invite your friends to participate with you.

Click here for the flyer.

Would you support the leaders of tomorrow by rounding up your purchases as donations?

It’s as easy as:

Text PPCFOS to 435-06 or visit

Step 1) Register and connect a card or cards
Step 2) Your everyday purchases are rounded up as donations to Patriots’ Path Council, Friends of Scouting.

If you need additional info please reach out, either via FB or email to [email protected].

Thank You!