Welcome to Cub Scouting! We want to congratulate you on the important decision you’ve made to become a part of Scouting. Not only will your son have lots of fun at our camps, racing derbies, and various den activities, he will also learn many life skills and moral values that will help him grow into a happy and productive young man. Scouting values can be summed up in the Boy Scout twelve laws – a scout is trustworthy, loyal, helpful, friendly, courteous, kind, obedient, cheerful, thrifty, brave, clean and reverent.
Our creative and active parents are one of the things that make our Pack so successful. Please continue to support your son’s den leader and our Pack activities. We have found that all parents have something they can offer to continually improve our Pack. We firmly believe in the T.E.A.M. concept: Together Everyone Achieves More.
This website is designed to help all of our Cub Scouts and their families succeed in Pack 210. We have outlined some of the basic information you should know about Pack operations and what is expected from the boys and their families. In turn, we also outlined what you should expect from us.
Cub Scouting Overview
Each Cub is a member of a den led by a team of adult volunteers, the den leader and assistant den leader(s). Dens have boys who are the same grade in school. Dens usually meet Two times Monthly. Den meetings are a time for learning new things, working on achievements, and having fun!
Each Cub is also a member of Cub Scout Pack 210. Our pack is made up of dens of each rank (Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos.) We gather monthly at a pack meeting which is a time for the boys to be recognized for their accomplishments, to perform skits and songs they have learned, and to have fun as an entire family.
We also have a variety of other events during the year including community service projects, pack activities, fund-raising events, and camp outs. The specific dates for these events are listed in the Pack Calendar. These dates are subject to change due to availability of facilities. Be sure to check the Website for such changes.
Our Pack is lead by the Cubmaster, the pack committee, and chairpersons. Like the den leaders, the Cubmaster and assistants are volunteer leaders and are usually family members of the boys in the pack. The pack committee makes plans of the “business” items necessary for a quality pack