Cub Scout Pack 1932
Williamsburg, VA

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Graduation May 2017

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Bike Rodeo April 2017

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Williamsburg Area Bike Club helps teach teh Scouts safe biking

Religious Emblem April 2017

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Lucas P earns his Light of Christ Religious Emblem.

American Revolution Museum at Yorktown Mar 2017

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The Cub Scouts got a early look at the new American Revolution Museum

Scout Sunday Feb 2017

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Pumpkin Chunckin

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Cub Scouts enjoy meeting with Boy Scouts as the Boy Scouts show off their camp site and their catapult.

Building proceeds on Christmas Parade float

Posted by cubmaster.pack1932 on November 18, 2015 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (0)

The Cub Scouts of Pack 1932 are hard at work on the float for the 2015 Christmas Parade, under the expert guidance of parent Dianna A!

2015 Fall Campout reaches for the sky!

Posted by cubmaster.pack1932 on November 15, 2015 at 4:30 PM Comments comments (0)

The Scouts and families of Pack 1932 headed out to Chickahominy Riverfront Park again on November 14th and 15th for a cool Fall Campout!  The Tiger, Wolf and Bear Scouts enjoyed an afternoon hike and exciting kickball game while the Webelos Scouts worked on model rockets for the Scientist activity badge.  After the Wolf Scouts' inspirational flag ceremony, the Webelos worked on dinner. 

Webelos Scout Jason L. emcee'd the Pack campfire program, consisting of a number of amusing original skits, hilarious Scout jokes, and a couple of our favorite songs.  Everyone enjoyed a snack of s'mores or cheese and crackers before bedding down for a chilly night.

After a nice, hot breakfast of pumpkin pie oatmeal, the Scouts rounded out the campout activities with rocket launches!  A great time was had by all the Scouts and their families.  Can't wait for the Spring Campout!

Cubmaster earns Cubmaster's Key

Posted by cubmaster.pack1932 on September 2, 2015 at 9:50 PM Comments comments (0)
Cubmaster Ken B. received the Cubmaster's Key at the first meeting of the 2015-2016 program year for his long and committed service to Pack 1932.  He was presented the award by the Blue Phoenixes of Den 3; his son Brendan pinned on his award medal.

To earn the Cubmaster's Key, a Scout volunteer must: serve at least three years as a registered Cubmaster (or one year as a registered assistant Cubmaster and two years as a registered Cubmaster) within a five-year period;

Complete basic training for Cubmasters and This is Scouting;

Attend a Cub Scout Pow-wow, University of Scouting, or at least four Roundtables per year during each year as a registered Cubmaster;

Lead the Pack to achieve at least Silver level on the Journey to Excellence for at least two years;

Lead the Pack to earning the National Summertime Pack award at least once;

Conduct an annual Pack planning session and have a published Pack meeting/activity schedule for the Pack’s parents each year;

And participate in at least one additional supplemental or advanced training event at the council, area, region, or national level.

Kudos to Cubmaster Ken for his outstanding service!