Cub Scout Pack #3309 and Boy Scout Troop #309

For More Information Contact Wanda Simpson, PH: 570 492 2323 or Email at

For more information about Boy Scout Troop #309 contact Julie Moore Ph 570-204-7252. For boys in 6th grade and up, meetings are Monday night from7:30 -9:00 PM. 

 Come join in the adventure of Cub Scouting! You may have a few questions about how the Pack runs and what your son needs to be a part of it. The next few paragraphs should cover most of the common questions families have beginning the scouting year.  Meetings are Mondays 6:00 PM - 7:15 PM


 Uniform- Tiger, Wolf, Bear and first year Webelos (1st-5th grades) should purchase a blue Cub Scouting shirt, council strip, pack number 3309, the world crest, a neckerchief matching their ran and slide. Boys should dress neatly with clean pants or jeans, dark socks and sneakers or shoes. They may also need a belt to place belt loops they earn throughout th eyear. Caps should be a Cub Scout cap or a plain cap. Weblos 1 and 2 (Grades 4 and 5) should switch over to khaki colored uniform which they will also wear throughout Boy Scouts. When dressing in uniform, youth in khaki should wear khaki or light colored socks. Uniforms can be purchased at the council shop nation scout shop or at Beiter's in Danville.

 Dues-  Dues ar $27.00 for the pack year or approximately $3.00 per month or 75 cents per week. Boys must be current with their dues to participate in scout activities

 Registration-  is $17.00 and includes a secondary insurance plan for registered youth and adults. If your son would like Boy's Life it is $12.00 per year and is paid on a yearly basis. Any monies being handed in MUST be in a sealed envelope and have the boy's first and last name and den written neatly on it.

 Fundraisers-  As in most activities, Cub Scouting has expenses and it is important to also have income. The Pack will hold fundraisers through-out the year. All money for fundraisers must be turned in at the time the order is placed with the pack.


 Homework-   Cub Scouting is based on the family. Quite a bit of the requirements for rank include things that can be done only at home. Please set time aside weekly to work on CUb Scouting. Your son's den leader will help guide you on what they are currently earning at den meetings. BUT AGAIN- the den meeting win not and cannot cover all the requirements. Some must be done at home. As a parent give the support and help when needed but let your son do the majority of the work and feel the pride of a job he did and did well. 


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