What do Cub Scouts do?
Camp, fish, cook, play, learn, hike, help, arts & crafts, sleep in a tent, sing songs, race cars, teach others, help each other, swim, climb, act, race boats, tie knots, use tools, help our parents, build things, read fun facts, plant, track animals, make fires, cook marshmallows, learn new games, become prepared, go to amusement parks, hike on nature trails, meet other cubs and boy scouts, listen to camp fire stories, and many other things, but most of all, we have fun!
How old do you have to be? Cub Scouting is for boys 1st grade through 5th grade.
Where do we meet? Usually at Beth El Temple on Mondays or Wednesdays at 6:15 PM.
Do you camp overnight? Yes, we usually go at least twice a year. We go once in the winter to Camp Hidden Valley and once in the summer to Knoebles Camp Ground. We often go in the Spring to New Jersey and in the Fall to Philadelphia.
Do you have to be Jewish? No! We are a Kosher/Sabbath observant Pack, but kids of all faiths and levels of observance are welcome to attend our pack & troop.
Want to learn more: Come on Sunday, bring a friend. We will be playing electronic tag and other games and having snacks. You can ask our pack members about what we do while your parents can ask the pack adults about the program.
Cub Pack 1015 is an independent organization open to the whole community and Chartered at Beth El Temple. For information, please contact Ben Altman at 717-599-4407 or via E-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org