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Cub Scouts! Do Your Best! Do Your Best!

Start of a New Year!

Summer has come to an end. I hope it was safe and fun for everyone. It’s time to light the fire on another year of Scouting!

The first meeting of the year is this Friday, August the 25th at the Elizabeth Ann Seton Faith Formation Center (3100 W Spring Creek Pkwy, Plano TX) in rooms 107-116. The Den meetings will begin at 6:30 and last one hour. The Pack meeting will immediately follow and last less than 1 hour.

If you’re new and want to attend the meeting to get to know us, great! Don’t worry about getting a uniform or any other Scout related accessories. Come as you are.

If you’re returning, please wear your Class A’s and be prepared to discuss your summer adventures.

New Scouts Welcome to Join!

Cub Scout Pack 254 welcomes any elementary-grade (1st-5th) boy to join our pack at anytime throughout the school year.  Our Pack calendar generally follows the PISD calendar each year, meaning they start their rank advancement activities in the fall and receive their rank in late spring of the following year.  Boys who join mid-year may need to perform some “catch up” activities at home prior to the Blue and Gold event, but the boys will always perform the same activities together during the den meetings, and they generally receive their rank advancements at the same time, so no one is left behind.

Pack 254 is conveniently located in central Plano and scouts do not need to be members of the church where we meet. Use the Contact Us link in the menu above to email us any questions. We hope to see you soon!

Scouting is: Fun with a Purpose

Cub Scouts is a program for boys in the first through fifth grades, ages 6-10. We teach boys the core values of Scouting while having lots of fun. Cub Scouts belong to small groups of boys called Dens. Dens meet weekly or bi-weekly and once a month all the dens come together for Pack meetings.

Goals of the Cub Scout Program

  • Influencing the development of character and encouraging spiritual growth.
  • Developing habits and attitudes of good citizenship.
  • Encouraging good sportsmanship and pride in growing strong in mind and body.
  • Improving understanding within the family.
  • Strengthening the ability to get along with other boys and respect other people.
  • Fostering a sense of personal achievement by developing new interests and skills.
  • Providing fun and exciting new things to do.
  • Preparing them to become Boy Scouts.

The program accomplishes those goals through the advancement plan and special activities. Den meetings, pack meetings, and special activities and events give each boy the opportunity to try something new, gain confidence, and learn leadership skills.

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