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Cub Scouts
Cub Scouts

The adventure starts with Cub Scouting, a year-round family program designed for boys in the 1st through 5th grades, or 7 to 10 years of age. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.

Pack 36
St. Luke's Lutheran Church
35 Wilson Ave., Gilbertsville, PA
Mondays @ 7:00 PM

Robert Braglio
(610) 473-8414

Committee Chair
Bob Kelly
(610) 473-1355

Pack 73
St. Luke's Lutheran Church
Rt. 73 & Neiffer Rd., Obelisk, PA
Tuesdays @ 7:00 PM

Andrew Toburen
(267) 644-1489

Committee Chair
Katrina Gable
(610) 754 -0838

Pack 99
Grace Lutheran Church
Charlotte St., Pottstown, PA
Mondays @ 7:00 PM


Committee Chair
Tony Masimove
(484) 624-5113

Pack 146
First Presbyterian Church
750 N. Evans St., Pottstown, PA
Mondays @ 7:00 PM

Jim Brennan
(610) 323-0430

Committee Chair
Allen Kratz
(610) 327-2251

Pack 170
St. Paul's Lutheran Church
1244 St. Pauls Rd., Pennsburg, PA
Mondays @ 6:30 PM

Erin Uber
(215) 679-0376

Committee Chair
(610) 427-3759

New Goshenhoppen Church
1070 Church Rd, East Greenville, PA
Tuesdays @ 6:30 PM

Ron Godshall
(267) 923-8640

Committee Chair
Matt Sparr
(610) 845-3845

Pack 291
Shepherd of the Hills Church
527 Hoffmansville Rd, Bechtelsville, PA
Thursdays @ 7:00 PM

Eric Buchanan
(610) 370-3204

Committee Chair
Linda Moyer
(610) 367-1731

Pack 367
New Hanover Lutheran Church
2941 Lutheran Rd, Gilbertsville, PA
Mondays @ 7:00 PM

James Atkins III

(267) 288-9940

Committee Chair
Andy Van Dyke
(610) 906-2220

Pack 823
LDS Church
Maugers Mill Rd., Pottstown, PA
Wednesdays @ 7:00 PM

Boris Wilson

Committee Chair
Donna Holladay
(610) 495-8848

Pack 1918
Wyndcroft PTO

Tracy Launders
(215) 703-3162

Committee Chair
James Spencer
(610) 326-1000

Town and Country Article

District Pinewood Derby Was Held April 18th 2015


Hosted by Pack 244:

New Goshenhoppen Church, 1070 Church road, East Greenville, PA 18041

Contact: Ron Godshall (267) 718-6420





Tigers, Wolfs, Bears, and Webelos are all invited


                     TIGER HUNT



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Hiking                                                 Games


Map &Compass                                 Earn

Work                                             Achievements

                        Saturday November 7, 2015

                  Register between 11:00 am -1:00 pm

                           Parking lot on Snyder Rd

                               off Deep Creek Rd

                                Green Lane Park

                   Go to area near main pavillion

                            $8.00 per Cub Scout

                      $2.00 per Adult or Sibling


      Cubs will receive a map of park, patch and snack

              Adults and siblings will receive a snack

Get ready for a 2 mile hike and if you have an orienteering

compass it would be helpful but not necessary.

We will be selling a limited number of compasses, but again

they are not necessary to complete course.

                 For more information call Jackie Smith







40 Pictures from the 2015 Event

Mr. Skip's Night Hike October 24th 2015


We would like to thank all those who came out to make this event a memorable experience.  It was a great event that could have been shared with so many more.  After gathering at the dining hall, the groups walked over to the far side of camp on the other side of the Unami creek by natural light.  There they met Miller Mullen who explained how water power from the nearby streams was harnessed to grind grain into flour by putting it between two rotating grinding stones with just enough space between them to make flour or meal without touching.

The groups then walked further into the woods where they began to hear the sound of a far off drum.  As they drew nearer they passed through a gauntlet of native Americans illuminated only by torch light.  The path then opened into a wider clearing where they were invited to enter the circle and sit with a native American interpreter who told of the Leni Lenape who inhabited the area and how even though they are no longer here, influence us to this day with the names of places like the Unami creek, Conshohocken, Manayunk, Wissahickon,  and may others.  He also explained how, due to no understanding of land ownership, in many cases, traded their lands for little more than a few useful items.  He then displayed and explained his regalia and the many items he had with him.

From here the groups ventured down the trail across a bridge and into an old cedar pavilion where an old time medicine show was reenacted.  Giving strength back to a weakened lumberjack.  Mending the broken leg of a fallen mountain climber.  And restoring the sight to a blind fellow.

 From here the groups found there way back across the creek to the campfire where they roasted hot dogs and marshmallows on sticks in the fire while enjoying hot chocolate.

Patches will be distributed to the packs as soon as they are received.

For more information about the event please contact:

Skip Burkhardt 610-326-3418 (Landline)">

 70 Pictures from the 2014 event  Video From the 2014 event,  - 16 minutes



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