YPT, Leader Training and more!
Note: We recommend viewing training videos on a desktop computer or some tablets. Depending on the brand of phone the video might only play partially..
"It Takes Teamwork to Make the Dream Work!!
Each family is asked to assist our pack in order to help provide a quality program. This allows parent and child to experience the joy of scouting while your kid is a kid.
Adult Leaders are known as "Akela." The dedication of our parent volunteers have made our Pack a success for 20 years.


Day Camp and Twilight Camp
Registrations are beginning to open up for day camps and twilight camps this summer! We will have lots of opportunities for your Scout(s) to attend and we are making it easy for you to see what we have to offer all in one place!
To find a list of the camp offerings, along with fliers and registration links (when available), please go here!

The page will be continuously updated, so check back often! Did you know that the theme for district day/twilight camp is Weird Science?

Guess what? The council will also be holding day camp sessions throughout June (more information coming soon), but their theme is "western" focused! Perhaps you want to attend both!

Events and Activities
Let's get outside, make friends and have fun! Check our calendar to view the many ways for you to get outside and experience Scouting! We invite you AND your friends to register for events and come enjoy all that Scouting has to offer! Remember that you can attend any event, regardless of which district is "hosting". Also, don't forget that you can have friends who are not currently in Scouting register to attend with you and enjoy all the fun activities as well!
All events will follow the current council COVID-19 guidelines, found here.

*TRJ - Trevor Rees-Jones Scout Camp
*WIS - Camp Wisdom
*CJR - Camp James Ray
*CON - Camp Constantin

To stay current on events and activities in the council, be sure to check out Black Pug.

Register here for MORE EVENTS.
MEDICAL FORMS: Download a form.  Memebers will need to submit a printed copy of insurance and medical forms before each campout. Tip: Print and Save a computer file of  medical completed forms for use with each camp out.

CAMPING CHECK LIST: Download a list Suggested caming gear list for 2-3 day campouts
6 SCOUT ESSENTIALS Download a listScout Essentials are the ideal items needed when going on a hike. Keep at the ready in a backpack for camping or hiking trips.

DEN & PACK ACTIVITIES: ScoutBook Website
Register at Scout Book's website to receive important pack and den reminders. Our major Pack activities include: Fall and Spring family campouts, Pack Pinewood Derby, service activities such as the annual food drive, and summer activities (one per month). We also coordinate family participation in Council- and District-sponsored events throughout the year. 4th and 5th grade Webelos also have additional opportunities to do activities with local Boy Scout troops.

CIRCLE 10 COUNCIL ACTIVITIESIHUBWebsite District Info and Camping oppurtunities? Check this council website for all the campouts offered by the districs and annual fundraising info used by our pack.


Pack Meetings are the primary way in which Cub Scouts receive praise and awards in front of their peers. We try to encourage our scouts with lots of praise and awards! Pack Meetings are an opportunity for the scouts to show-off what they've learned or made during the past month's Den Meetings.

Pack Meetings agenda:
Gathering Activity
Flag Ceremony
Advancement Recognition/Rank awards
Activity such as Songs, games or Den Skits
Attendance Raffle
Closing Ceremony

The Pack also meets during the summer socially.
Pack 2007 participates in only two annual fundraising events. The annual District Popcorn in the Fall sales event which takes place in September – October. Selling popcorn also enables your scout to avoid more than half of the annual pack dues.
We also sell Camp cards in the spring. The pack receives extra benefits once certain sales thresholds are met.  Our Pack expenses are paid through fundraising and dues. Selling popcorn also enables your scout to avoid more than half of the annual pack dues. We also sell Camp cards in the spring.

ANNUAL DUES: Now Accepting ZELLE or QuickPay: 469-688-5569 -or- VENMO @LANAHUONGLE

UNIFORMS: Each Scout and Leader needs the Field uniform, a.k.a the Class A”, and the informal Activity uniform, a.k.a. "Class B". The Activity uniform is a red t-shirt sold by the Pack and available for $10, in youth and adult sizes, at the Pack meetings.  The Field uniform, accessories, and handbooks are sold at the BSA Scout shop, the closest locations are in Fairview and on Harry Hines Blvd.
According to BSA uniform guidelines, the complete Activity uniform even includes the BSA pants/shorts, belt, and socks... but our Pack has not strictly enforced those requirements.  

BOBCAT BLAST: Download a handout.
Cub Scout Pack 2007 uses fun activities and handouts to help our children learn these values and we do our best in everything we do.

We are excited for a fantastic scouting year and look forward to getting to know all of our new Pack families. Please do not hesitate to reach out to us with any questions at

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