PACK 236


2020 Cub Scouting for PACK 236?  Safety First.

We can’t predict what the rest of the 2020-2021 program year will look like but here are some of the items we as leaders are committed to:
  1. We will follow the latest State, CDC and Boy scout recommendations & guidelines.

  2. We will follow the S.A.F.E. Checklist for any and all events - Including “Before you gather” and “as you gather” protocols.

  3. We will look to keep events outside when possible.

  4. We will require masks and social distancing at events. 

While nothing in life is Risk Free - we will look to minimize risk as much as possible. With the continued pandemic AND virtual school for many or heavily modified in person teaching as well as the severe limitation of sports opportunities for our kids - our scouting program is likely to be the safest option for them to gather socially. The following details should give you an overview of the approach and plan for the year.

A Cub Scout Parent:

  • Knows the pack isn’t a babysitter
  • Volunteers to help out in planning, on committees, or leading events
  • Recognizes the scout sign when raised and sets an example of how to be quiet
  • Brings enthusiasm and a natural curiosity for learning to each den and pack event
  • Attempts to follow the scout oath and law, especially at our events
  • Tries to be prepared
  • Doesn’t sit in the back of the pack meeting room and talk loudly
  • Takes phone calls outside of the meeting room to not distract and to set an example

Good news-only eight items here and The Scout Law has twelve!  😊
If you have any questions feel free to reach out to us directly or your Den Leader
One unique thing about Cub Scouting is that you, and the family, join in on the program with your scout.
Cub Scouting exists to support your family and help enrich your family time together.
Each den meeting, pack meeting, and event requires parent volunteers to make the program a success.

Upcoming Events

Sandy Springs Mystery Camp
Sat, Oct 24
Location is TBD
Oct 24, 4:00 PM – 6:00 PM
Location is TBD
Webelos Orienteering Trip - Tentative
Fri, Nov 06
Chickamauga National Military Park
Nov 06, 7:00 PM – Nov 08, 12:00 PM
Chickamauga National Military Park, 3370 Lafayette Rd, Fort Oglethorpe, GA 30742, USA
Virtual Pack Meeting
Mon, Nov 09
Online Meeting
Nov 09, 6:30 PM
Online Meeting
Pack Wilderness Hike
Sun, Nov 15
Location is TBD
Nov 15, 12:00 PM
Location is TBD
Virtual Pack Meeting
Mon, Dec 07
Location is TBD
Dec 07, 7:00 PM
Location is TBD
Pack Sandy Springs evening Hike
Sun, Dec 13
Location is TBD
Dec 13, 5:30 PM
Location is TBD

Latest News from Around the Pack

Scouts gain confidence, salesmanship and communication skills, and a sense of accomplishment. The popcorn sale is not just about selling popcorn; it’s also about promoting Scouting and the Scouting ideals!

Last year our pack raised over $8,000 to help fund annual programs and pack events.

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The Trail's End app is the easiest way for Scouts to record and track real-time storefront, wagon, and online sales, accept cash and credit cards, track inventory, and sign up for storefront shifts.

Our Fearless Leaders

Lance Franklin



George Fotopoulos



Pack Committee Members

Please contact us if you would be willing to help assist in any role. 

No experience needed.

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