Our Cub Scout Pack is having a fundraiser this week at the Burger Parlor in Fullerton (204 N. Harbor Blvd). Please join them for lunch or dinner on Monday or Tuesday. A SAM family owns this great restaurant. What better way to enjoy the Fat Monday or Fat Tuesday before Ash Wednesday? Please bring this flyer with you so the pack can receive credit.
All boys and girls between the ages of 5 and 21 are invited to learn more about Scouting at St. Angela Merici. The Boy Scouts, Girl Scouts, Cub Scouts, and Venturing Scouts will be available on Sunday, October 6th, between 9:30am and 12:00 noon to explain what our Scouting programs can offer to our youth. Youth can cross a rope bridge that the Boy Scouts will create, as well as participate in a variety of fun activities. It is never too late to join Scouting! Check out the flyer on the right and save the date – Sunday, October 6, 2013, here at St. Angela.
On January 26th, Fr. Michael Hanifin, Chaplin for the National Catholic Committee on Scouting, celebrated Mass with Catholic Scouts and families from Orange County, and medals were presented to Scouts who earned religious emblems. To encourage Scouts to fulfill their Duty to God, two programs for Catholic Cub Scouts – Light of Christ and Parvuli Dei – help boys strengthen their relationship with Christ and the Church, and develop greater appreciation for God’s creation and the importance of serving others. St. Angela Merici Pack 811 proudly congratulates our Cub Scouts for earning their well-deserved emblems, and for their parents and families who supported them! Parvuli Dei (Children of God) David A. Jacob B. Diego B. Trent E. Jacob G. David L. Ian M. Jake Q. Connor R. Light of Christ Issac C. Adam C. Kai D. Billy J. Dean K. Jeffrey M. Justin R. Christopher S. At the same ceremony, the Catholic Committe on Scouting for the Diocese of Orange also honored Pack 811 with the Pope Paul VI Quality Catholic Unit Award. This year, the award was given to only 2 Catholic Scouting units in Orange County that provide exceptional, all-around recruitment, training, educational, and religious programs for their youth and adults.
All SAM Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts are invited to celebrate “Scout Sunday” at St. Angela Merici Parish this Sunday, February 5th, in honor of the founding of Boy Scouts of America on Feb. 8, 1910. Scouts will attend the 9:30 Eucharist to proudly display their commitment to Scouting and to youth ministry at St. Angela Merici. Scouts and leaders will gather outside the church at 9:15 in full “Class A” uniforms, process with a color guard, and sit together in the front pews. Any Cub Scouts or Boy Scouts who are part of the St. Angela Merici community (not just those from Pack or Troop 811) are welcome and encouraged to participate.
The Catholic Committee on Scouting for the Diocese of Orange would like to congratulate the eighteen Cub Scouts of Pack 811 attending St. Angela Merici Parish School, who have been awarded their emblem of faith: PARVUI DEI A. Narmi, B. Hinz, E. Duron, E. Steffan, M. Remley, and M. Quzada LIGHT OF CHRIST A. Halderman, B. Wemple, C. Hinz, C. Rice, C. Trujillo, I. Remley, J. Lynch, J. William, M. Biederstadt, N. Banning, N. Girgis, and R. Santos The emblems were conferred on the scouts by Bishop Tod Brown at the BSA Orange County Counsel Youth Religious Awards Ceremony on Jan. 28, 2012 at Our Lady Queen of Angels Church in Newport Beach. The Light of Christ Emblem is awarded upon the completion of a program designed to help Tiger and Wolf Scouts develop a personal relationship with Jesus. The Parvuli Dei program is designed to help Bear and Webelos Scouts discover the presence of God in their lives.
The Cub Scouts will be collecting food donations this weekend before each Eucharist to help the ACT group help those who need our support in our community. This food drive enables ACT to make a big impact on numerous families for the entire holiday season. Please see the flyer on the right and take a look in your pantry to see how you can help. Thank you for your support! To learn more about the A.C.T. (Active Christians Today) group, click HERE; to learn more about St. Angela’s Cub Scouts, click HERE.
St. Angela’s Pack 811 would like to invite you and your friends to a meal at the El Torito Grill in Brea this Friday. El Torito has generously offered to donate a portion of all of their food bills that have our flyer attached to help pay for our Cub Scout activities. The offer is valid any time this Friday, but a flyer must be turned in for the pack to receive credit. SAM Script may also be used. Please click on the image to open and print a flyer, and enjoy an evening out at El Torito this Friday while helping out our St. Angela boys.
ORANGE, Calif. Feb. 10, 2011 —The Catholic Committee on Scouting for the Diocese of Orange congratulates Cub Scout Pack 811 of St. Angela Merici Church, Brea, on winning the 2010 National Gold Medallion Award for Region 11. The Gold Medallion Award program was established to recognize outstanding Catholic Scouting units in each of the fifteen Episcopal Regions of the United States. National Gold Medallion winners epitomize units that excel at providing youth with quality programs including religious activities, religious emblems participation, outdoor activities, and special events that encompass the religious, vocational, and educational aspects of Scouting under Catholic auspices. Region 11 includes California, Nevada, Hawaii, and the Territory of Guam. “This is our third National Gold Medallion Award, which is unprecedented for any Scouting unit,” said Jim Root, Religious Emblem Coordinator for Pack 811. “Our Pack is also a three time recipient of the Bishop’s Award of Excellence and has the distinction of earning the Pope Paul VI National Quality Unit Award for over a decade. This could not be possible without the dedication of our leaders and parents to providing a quality Scouting program for our youth.” For more information on Cub Scout Pack 811, visit their website at:…