Pack 631 is Scouting On Safely with "Scouting on Demand"

Cub Scouting in 2020 will be different – and the same – for Pack 631, Sponsored by Woodward Academy.  Different because we'll do it in family groups, but the adventures and activities that Scouts can do are the same.  To be safe, the activities will be led by families with parents guided by Den and Pack Leaders – we’re not scheduling any group in-person activities by Dens or by the Pack through the end of the year.  While we wish we could have the great group in-person activities, we want to be safe – and we still need to raise our children.  Scouting can help, so Cub Scout adventures will be led by families with parents guided by Den and Pack Leaders.  As we get to the end of the year, we’ll revisit whether and how in-person group activities can be done in 2021. 

Families of Pack 631 can still go camping and hiking and biking and fishing and trailblazing and more -- you can do Scouting on Demand, on your own schedule!  We will have community connection through common activities done separately by families -- and the community will share their stories and pictures and videos with each other.  See the flyers attached for monthly themes that line up across all ages, with Roll On! Game On! Hike On! Citizen On! Family On! themes from August into the new year.

Girls in Cub Scouting!  Yes, we are open to girls joining us, with adult female leaders to help support them.  And kindergarten kids too.  Stay tuned for details here on the website and "like us" on our Facebook Page: www.facebook.com/Pack631.  Once you Login, you will have access to all features of our Website.  Forgot how to Login? Email the Webmaster!  Not a member of the Pack, but think you might want to join?  See our About Us and How to Join page on the left menu bar.  Need even more info, please contact the Cubmaster or Pack Committee Chair.

Hiking Adventures -- Grade by Grade, Rank by Rank

Posted on Sep 16 2020 - 8:17pm

Want to go for a family hike this weekend?  Or a small group (and socially distant) hike?  Here's some Cub Scout Resources to make it meaningful, safe and to let your Scout work on Advancement by completing Adventures. 

Scouts can work on these Adventures: the Mountain Lion (K - Lions), Tigers in the Wild (1 - Tigers), Paws on the Path (2 - Wolf), Fur, Feathers and Ferns (3 - Bear), Webelos Walkabout (4 - Webelos) or Outdoor Adventurer (5 - Arrow of Light). 

Click on any link for more information!

Pack 631 is in this National Pinewood Derby Race This Saturday, 11:00 AM

Posted on Sep 9 2020 - 5:35pm

At this Saturday's https://www.scouting.org/familyfunfest/, this Pinewood Derby car of Joseph W. of Pack 631 will be in the race!  See this Bear Den gallery for some videos of the car creation and other Bear activities in their Den.  See https://www.scouting.org/familyfunfest/ for event details. 

Bears Share!

Posted on Sep 2 2020 - 3:23pm

A Cub Scout Round of Applause to the 3rd Grade Bear Dens who are getting it done as they Roll On! into the new Scout year.  See the attached images of Bike Riders and, from one of our new Scouts, some Marble Madness!  Great job Bears and Den Leader Jeff Woodson!

Scout Family Cookout Labor Day, Monday Sept. 7, 1:00 to 3:00

Posted on Sep 2 2020 - 1:07pm

This is an online broadcast of Scouts showing off their cooking skills, and you can sign up here.  Every Handbook has at least one cooking/nutrition Adventure that Scouts can earn -- for an overview of topics of Adventures, see the chart on this page.

Check Out The Pictures

Posted on Sep 2 2020 - 1:03pm

See pack631.smugmug.com/Pack631CubScoutEvents for pictures from this week, and way back too.  Want to post pictures in a gallery there?  Email webmaster@atlanta631.mypack.us for coordinates.

Adventures You Can Do!

Posted on Sep 2 2020 - 12:30pm

Scroll down the Announcements on the Website Homepage a series of brief "Adventure Overviews" of what 1st, 2nd, 3rd, 4th and 5th Grade Scouts do from their Handbooks to earn their badges of rank this year -- including, for every Adventure, links to resource pages that will have tips and videos and ideas about how to have fun doing the Adventures (all from the Den Adventure Plans page on our Website).   And you're not limited to doing "just the ones in your Handbook" -- a Scout can (with few exceptions) complete an Adventure in any Handbook, and be awarded the Loop or Pin for completing it!  Here's two Adventures we hope you might do this month as we "Roll On!" in Cub Scouting:

  • Rolling Tigers is an Adventure all about bikes -- while it's in the "Tiger" Handbook, it's a very strong program, and that page (click on the link) will give you lots of tips and videos and ideas about how you can complete this with your Scout.  Or with the whole family.  

If you want more about Cub Scout Adventures or find more that fit your interests, you can take a look at this page that shows Adventures across all six ranks and their common topics.  

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