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Cub Scout Pack 270 hosted its bridging ceremony at annual pack campout and Blue and Gold ceremony at the Thurmont American Legion Post 168, June 4-6, 2021. 

This campout is when the Cub Scouts move up/bridge to the next rank in their Cub Scouting program and earn any additional awards. 

Due to COVID restrictions, their annual Blue and Gold celebration (Cub Scout Birthday) usually held in February was postponed and also celebrated at this campout.

Congratulations Cub Scouts on your achievements and bridging to your next rank! Go to to find out more.

On June 8, 2019, Cub Scout Pack 270 (shown below) had its annual spring campout to end the Scout year.

Boy Scout Troop 270 hosted a variety of activities throughout the afternoon, including water rockets, a huge water balloon catapult, and a bicycle safety course. Scoutmaster Sean Young, Boy Scout Troop 270, cooked his famous fried chicken and potato chips he made right in the camp.

The spring campout is the year-end Pack meeting and Bridging Ceremony to celebrate the Cub Scouts’ achievements, followed by a campfire, along with skits, songs, and jokes before retiring to the tents for the night.

Sunday morning brought breakfast; a “Scout’s Own” interfaith service, led by Mr. Bosche; then to pack up and clean up the camp. Everyone enjoyed a great weekend.

All of Cub Scout Pack 270 extend their gratitude to Boy Scout Troop 270 for showing them what being a good Scout is all about, as well as to the American Legion Post 168 for letting them use their field and pavilion.