Pack Info

Pack Structure

Our pack is made up of scouts and adult volunteers serving the Northshore area. Our families come from the Arrowhead Elementary and Moorlands Elementary areas. You do not have to attend these schools to be part of our pack! We also welcome those families in private and/or home schooled.

Youth entering (or enrolled in) the K-5 grade levels are welcome to join at any time. We are a family pack and have Den's for both boys and girls!

Activities

We provide a year-round set of activities to help engage our youth. From our recurring meetings, camping, hiking, community service events, and fun local adventures.

  • Camping - Our pack pays for and provides twice a year camping for the Scout's entire family. We will provide a camping location, food, and fun. You just need to bring yourself, a tent, sleeping bags, and your own basics, and we'll help with the rest.
  • Hiking - We work to provide multiple hiking adventures. In Cub Scouts, we work to have age appropriate hikes. Younger Lions for example may only be able to hike 1-2 miles a day at most, while our older Webeloes can hike many more miles. All hikes are day-hikes.
  • Community Service - Part of Scouting is giving back to our community selflessly. We are greatful for our community and look to improve it. Our pack sponsors Rhododendron Park and the City of Kenmore is gracious to provide us with twice a year volunteer events there. We also help support our charter sponsor Inglewood Presbyterian Church by helping with a yearly service project at their ask. Some of our scouts spend time during the holidays bringing Christmas spirit to a local senior center with caroling. Other events occur as opportunity arises.
  • Fun Adventures - Every year we try to provide additional adventures. A favorite among our pack is Snow Shoeing at Snoqualmie Pass. We have a yearly organized biking event, explore Corn Mazes, and do other fun activities

Meetings

As a Cub Scout member, you will generally meet twice per month:

  • Pack Meetings - These meetings involve all scouts from all dens. It's a chance for us to educate and enrich the scouts lives in a large group setting. We have activities ranging from culture, community, safety, life skills, and sometimes just fun! See our Calendar page for the next upcoming date! This is a great event to get started with Scouting!
  • Den Meetings - Den meetings is where each rank (grade level) meet in a smaller setting, normally at the home of the Den Leader. Groups work in age appropriate content using the syllabus that is established by Scouting BSA.

At all events, we expect parents/guardians to attend. We do not provide "drop off" service. This allows the scout to have a comfortable place, provides you the ability to help influence and guide the scouting experience, and helps build stronger family bonds.

Dens

We currently have dens for both boys and girls. Dens meet locally in small groups of age related groups. Your youth will build lasting friendships within their school and with others from local schools. Since our schools feed into Northshore Middle School in 6th Grade your scout will have even more friends later in life!

  • Lions - Kindergarten
  • Tigers - 1st Grade
  • Wolves - 2nd Grade
  • Bears - 3rd Grade
  • Webelos - 4th and Early 5th Grade

Please see the Contact Us page for information on how to contact our committee or an individual den.