We recognize that not everyone will be able to make every Pack or Den event, so we have a flexible program designed to help your son get the most out of Scouting to fit his schedule.
Cub Scouting means “doing.” Everything in Cub Scouting is designed to have the boys doing things.
Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting—citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Many of the activities happen right in the den and pack.
The most important are the weekly den meetings and the monthly pack meetings.
If your son is interested in joining Pack 25, we invite you to bring him to our next Den (group of boys at his same school grade) or Pack (our entire group) meeting.
Once you’ve decided Cub Scouts Pack 25 is a fit for your son, please:
- Complete a Cub Scouts Youth Application.
- Bring your app to our next Den/Pack Event. **
- Join us at our next meeting or event… and “do.”
** No boy will be turned away from Scouting due to a lack of funding. Please contact Jay Kerns, Pack Committee chair if dues present a financial hardship.
- Get your son’s gear… Pack 25 has two “dress codes.”
- Class B is a pack-issued t-shirt each boy gets after registration to be worn with jeans or shorts as weather permits. Class B’s are worn to den meetings, as directed by the Cub Master.
- Class A is our ‘dress’ uniform which consists of:
- Cub Scout shirt with insignia
- Cub Scout belt
- Cub Scout neckerchief (by rank)
- Cub Scout neckerchief slide
- (optional) Cub Scout Hat (by rank)
- jeans OR scout pants
- all ‘clean, neat and tidy’ in appearance
- Get your Scout his rank-specific (Tigers, Wolves, Bears, or Webelos) Handbook.
- Accept your email invitation to ScoutBook, our Pack communication and calendar tool.
Are you interested in getting information on our calendar or talking with someone about joining Pack 25?
Call Jay Kerns (Three-Three-Zero) 856-o19o. Or contact us through this form.