What is a Pack?
All Cub Scouts are part of a Pack.
The Pack is divided into smaller groups called Dens. The Dens are divided by ranks. Ranks are generally organized by school grade and age. The Cub Scout Pack is sponsored by an organization in the community. This organization makes sure the Pack has strong adult leaders, a place to meet, and exciting things to do. The organization and Pack receive help from the the Council and the District.
Pack 145 Details:
Pack 145 has many exciting events throughout the year including, but not limited to, camping trips, day trips, popcorn and chocolate fundraising, Scouting for Food, Trunk-or-Treat, Pinewood Derby, Cub Scout Fun Day, and the Blue and Gold event!
Pack 145 is run by a dedicated group of adult volunteer leaders.
Pack meetings are on the third Tuesday of each month at the Odd Fellows hall at 6:30.
Den meetings are held on Mondays or Tuesdays depending on the grade level. Time and location for Den meetings are at the discretion of the Den leaders.
Cub Scouting is available for boys and girls in kindergarten through the fifth grade.
Pack 145 meets monthly during the school year from September through May.
Members of the pack are also able to attend BSA sponsored Camps during the summer months.