A Storm's a comin'
2014 Scouting with the Tri-City Storm
December 13, 2014 - 3:05 pm
Tailgate Party - 11:00 am-1:00 pm - Kearney Crossfit
The 2014 Scouting with the Tri-City Storm game will occur on December 13, 2013 at 3:05 pm. The tickets are $10 per person and includes a special replica jersey patch. All Scouts, their family, and friends are eligable for this special price. Gave events include a special Scouting jersey worn by players during the game, a post-game skate, a post game autograph session, National Anthem and Flag Ceremony performed by Scouts, and more. This year there will be a number of Scouting related activities around the concourse for fans to participate in. For those that have season tickets already, a limited number of patches may be available for purchase the day of the game or you can purchase them using the ticket order form but just write in patches only and pay $1 per patch.
Prior to the game from 11:00 am-1:00 pm there will be a tailgate party at Kearney Crossfit on West Highway 30 at 2810 West 24th St. Free food, games, prize giveaways, a Dutch oven cobbler contest will be held. Be sure to RSVP for the tailgate party and cobbler contest by December 8 using the links above. For questions about the tailgate party, contact Trevor Brown with Kearney Crossfit at 308.440.0241 or email@example.com
Participate in the Dutch oven cobbler contest! Be sure to RSVP for the tailgate party and cobbler contest by December 8. All Cub Scout, Boy Scout, Venturing, and Exploring youth are eligible to participate in the Dutch oven cobbler contest. RSVP by clicking the link below or the buttons to the right. Prizes will be given away. For questions about the Dutch oven contest, contact Nick Nichols at 308.325.0885
Bring your unit (pack, troop, crew, post) and American flags and flag stands. Those brining them should meet on the West side of the area with your flag and flag stands no later than 2:45 pm. A parade of flags will be displayed during the National Anthem on the stairs surrounding the tunnel. Someone will need to hold the flags until after the National Anthem. After that, units will be directed to a specific area to post flags in flag stands for display through the end of the game. For questions contact Sara Cathcart at [Click for member's page] or 308.440.6226
Calling all recent Eagle Scouts! Scouts who have earned their Eagle rank in the last few years and are still currently involved in the Scouting program, are requested to have a display of your Eagle Scout leadership program. Each Scout will be given 4ft. of space on a table to display photos and other information regarding their completed project. Scouts doing so are requested to setup their items between 1:30 and 2:00 pm and be at your table through at least the end of the 1st intermission to show off your project and answer questions people have. If you would be willing to setup a display, please contact Sara Cathcart at [Click for member's page] or 308.440.6226
Calling all Wood Badge alumni and participants in the recent Wood Badge course in 2014! All Wood Badge alumni and recent participants will be singing the National Anthem at the Scouting with the Storm Hockey Game. Those who are able to come early are asked to arrive around 1:00 pm to practice. Please come in the Box Office door on the Southwest corner of the arena. For those who cannot arrive that early to practice, you are asked to meet on West side of the concourse no later than 2:45 pm. Be sure to wear your Wood Badge neckerchief and beads. If you are interested in singing with this large gathering of Wood Badge alumni and recent participants, contact Nick Nichols at 308.325.0885
Autographed jerseys worn on December 13, 2014 by the Tri-City Storm hockey players will be auctioned off to the highest bidder. Money raised will help support Scouting in the 44 counties of the Overland Trails Council, Boy Scouts of America serving Central and Western Nebraska. Support raised will help provide camperships to send boys to camp, help train adult and youth leaders, provide direct program support in each community, and help provide a quality program that will ensure that the values of Scouting are delivered to the nearly 4,300 youth in 161 Scouting units supported by over 1,700 adult volunteers.