CUB SCOUT PACK 436

Chartered by American Legion Post 295, Germantown, Maryland

Pack located in North Potomac, Maryland

Upcoming Events

  • April Pack Meeting & Arrow of Light - Wednesday, April 15 at Fairhaven United Methodist Church.
  • Archery Day / Cub-O-Ree - Sunday, April 19 at the Hanson Farm.
  • Spring Family Camping - May 2-3 at Little Bennett.
  • April Newsletter

    April Pack Meeting: The April Pack meeting will be the Arrow of Light ceremony, starting at 7:15PM sharp on Wednesday, April 15th. This is an exciting ceremony, with a Native American ritual performed, and the culmination of Cub Scouting for our graduating Webelos II den. The meeting will be held at Fairhaven United Methodist Church, at 12801 Darnestown Rd., the intersections with Norman Dr. and Jones Ln. It will be outdoors with a campfire! Grandparents, other relatives, and friends are welcome and invited. Please dress appropriately and bring chairs or blankets to sit on. In case of inclement weather, the meeting will be held at Jones Lane ES - look for an e-mail if there is a chance of rain. The Bear den will be doing the flags.

    Spring Family Camping: The Spring Family Camping has been set for May 2-3 at Little Bennett. This is LOW-KEY but loads of fun. Several things to take note of:

    Chess Night: Thanks to Paul Ramos for hosting Chess Night!

    T-shirts are in - please talk to your Scout's Den Leader if you haven't gotten a chance to pick them up. Thanks to George Price for getting them.

    Summer Camp: Outdoor camping is one of the great things the boys get to do as Scouts, and all the boys have the opportunity to attend a camp this summer:

    Adult Volunteers: As we approach the end of the current Scouting year, it's not too soon to start thinking about next year - we continue to rely on all of you as adult volunteers for each and every event we run. We're going to be losing a number of leaders this year and next, so if there is something you have in mind that you'd like to do (either an existing job or a need that you think isn't being currently filled), contact Eric and the job can be yours! The bottom line is that there is a lot of work to go around, and we all need to pitch in to contribute to the Scouting experience for our sons. Several in particular that we're pretty sure we'll need next year:

    Other activities:

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