Pack 64 Information
We are sponsored by Cross of Glory Lutheran Church in Homer Glen, IL. We have an active program of age-appropriate indoor and outdoor activities and meetings. Cub Scout Pack 64 is part of the Waapi Lenaswa District of Rainbow Council and serves the communities of Lockport and Homer Glen in Illinois.
The pack meets one Monday evening of each month (usually the last Monday of the month) at Schilling Elementary School. At each monthly meeting, we recognize the work and achievement of our Cubs as they progress through the many achievement and elective requirements in the program.
Pack 64 is a family-friendly cub pack. We encourage families to attend the pack meetings together and to participate in many of our activities as a family. Cub Scouting provides wonderful opportunities for cubs and their families to share experiences, work together, and have fun.
This website is the best place to find out more information about Cub Scout Pack 64 and all of our upcoming activities.
Please join us on a great adventure called “Scouting.”
When Does Pack 64 Meet?
We meet at 7pm, the fourth Monday of each month at Schilling School. (Dens meet 1 to 2 times a month based upon schedules).
What Activities Do Cub Scouts Do?
Pinewood Derby Race, Overnight Camping, Day Camp, Field Trips, Crafts, Advancements, Swimming, Service Projects, Sports, Hiking and Much More!!
Cub Scouts learn new physical skills through sports, crafts and games. They learn how to get along with others through group activities. They develop personal independence and learn to make values-based decisions that assist them throughout their adult life.
Tell Me About Cub Scouting
Scouting teaches respect for other people, respect for oneself, respect for religion, and country, all vital to our nation’s future. Scouting involves young people with the kind of friends you would like them to have, working with adults of good character who will be positive role models to them.
In Scouting, your son will have some fun, excitement, and outdoor opportunities. He will also participate in a program in which he doesn’t always have to win, but instead learns about “Do your best” and how to be helpful to others.
Cub Scouting is a home and neighborhood centered program designed to support and encourage quality family involvement for boys in the first through fifth grades.
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