About Us


New scouts are welcome at any age, and at any time of the year. Please contact our Committee Chair for more information, email:committeechair@cub334.org.  You may also request more information about the Pack by using the "Contact Us" page on this site. You can also review basic information regarding joining Scouting at this site: Click Here

Our Philosophy:

Pack 334 was established with the idea to form a pack where fun and family involvement were key ingredients. After all... if the boys aren't having fun, they won't continue to attend! That's not to say that the boys won't learn a lot--they'll learn about everything from camping to community involvement to sporting activities, and much more. We hope that they will form lasting friendships with the boys in their den--and that the families of those boys will have to chance to meet and form great relationships based on shared experiences, goals, and triumphs.

Why Become a Cub Scout

Since 1930, the Boy Scouts of America has helped younger boys through Cub Scouting. It is a year-round family program designed for boys who are in Kindergarten through fifth grade (or 5, 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10 years of age). Parents, leaders, and organizations work together to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting.

The 10 purposes of Cub Scouting are:

  1. Character Development
  2. Spiritual Growth
  3. Good Citizenship
  4. Sportsmanship and Fitness
  5. Family Understanding
  6. Respectful Relationships
  7. Personal Achievement
  8. Friendly Service
  9. Fun and Adventure
  10. Preparation for Boy Scouts
What is Involved?

New Cub Scouts join our pack and are assigned to a den, usually a group of six to eight boys.

Lion Cubs (kindergarteners), Tiger Cubs (first-graders), Wolf Cub Scouts (second-graders), Bear Cub Scouts (third-graders), and Webelos Scouts (fourth and fifth-graders). Each den meets 1-2 times each month for Den meetings and other activities.

Once a month, all of the dens and family members gather for a pack meeting under the direction of our Cubmaster and pack committee. Also, several times each year, the pack arranges for camping and other outdoor activities.

Please note: Cub Scouts is not an "drop-off" activity. A parent or guardian should accompany each scout at activities to serve as his teacher and helper (also known as the boy's "Akela").

Pack 334 holds many of its pack meetings at the Family of God Lutheran Church. Den meetings are arranged by the families of each Den and are usually at theFamily of God Lutheran Church, or other local meeting spots. There are also some outings at various locations in the vicinity (such as parks, museums, tours of local businesses, etc.).

Can my son join if he has a disability or special need?

Absolutely. The Cub Scout's motto is "Do Your Best" which means each boy is encouraged to perform to the best of his ability. If you have any questions about your son's special needs, contact our Committee Chair at: committeechair@cub334.org.