PITTSTON: The Pittston Knights of Columbus Council 372 is holding its second annual family outing on Saturday at the Plains Pavilion, Clarks Lane. There will be food, beverages and covered dishes. Music will be provided by Optimum Entertainment. There will also be games and contests for children and adults. Cost is $15 per person for Council 372 members and family; $20 for non-members; and $50 for a family of four. Children younger than 10 are free.
For tickets call Fran Ankenbrand at 954-8147 or the council home at 655-8311.
WEST WYOMING: Cub Scout Pack 366, sponsored by St. Monica’s Parrish, West Wyoming, is conducting registration for the 2013 - 2014 season at 7 p.m. on Tuesday on the second floor of the West Wyoming Borough Building, West 8th Street and Shoemaker Avenue.
Any boy in first through fifth grade is eligible to join. A parent is required to be present at registration. The fee is $25 and the program book is $7 for first-grade Tigers and $9 for second-through-fifth- grade Wolfs, Bears and Webelos.
The first pack meeting will take place at 6:30 p.m. on Sunday at Our Lady of Sorrows Church Hall, St. Monica’s Parrish, West 8th Street, West Wyoming. New registrations will take place at 6 p.m. before the pack meeting.
For more information, contact Barbara Stahley, Cub master, at 693-1425.
WHITE HAVEN: Boy Scout Troop 25 and Cub Pack 25 are hosting an open house for families with young boys interested in scouting from 6-8 p.m. on Sept. 16 at the White Haven VFW Post 6615, 3 VFW Way.
Cub Scout are boys from ages 7-11 in first through fifth grade. Boy Scouts are ages 12-18 in grades 6-12. The scouting program teaches outdoor skills, problem solving, life skills and group interactions while having fun swimming, camping, fishing, doing science experiments, shooting archery and more.
The open house will have demonstrations of the scouting programs for both age groups. A model campsite will be set up with an outdoor cooking demonstration, knots and ropes, outdoor games and skill games.
Hot dogs, drinks and food from the cooking demonstration will be provided. For more information, call Herb King at 401-7679 or 443-7431.