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Welcome to the new Cub Scout Pack 252 website!

Please visit this website often for important dates, news, and information.

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Download Pack 252 Summer Activity Calendar

Posted by admin on May 20 2015 - 6:08am

Please find a copy of the Pack 252 Summer Activity Calendar.

Friday, May 29-Saturday, May 30, 2015: Pack 252 Camp Over @ Mt. Lena Recreation-Greenbrier Road, Boonsboro, MD

Posted by admin on May 20 2015 - 6:08am

Arrival Time: 5 p.m.

Cost: $5 for non-scouts and free for Scouts

Menu Items

Mountain Pies
A special and fun campfire dessert!

Sunday, June 7 @ 5 p.m.: Pack 252 Raingutter Regatta at the Church

Posted by admin on Apr 15 2015 - 6:48am

Potluck Raingutter Regatta!
Bring your favorite dish to share!
Bring your own non-alcoholic drinks!

The Pack will provide paper products, utensi

Inclement Weather Cancellations

Posted by admin on May 4 2014 - 9:50am

Inclement weather of all types, snow, hail, sleet, rain, storms, and low seasonal temperatures, can sabotage our best-laid plans.

Unless an announcement is made to all parents via email and/or otherwise Pack and Den events are not cancelled.

“A Scout Is Thrifty” Scout Uniform Recycling

Posted by admin on Sep 1 2013 - 5:38pm

“A Scout Is Thrifty”

Two years ago Pack 252 started a new program which allows scouts to hand-down parts of their Cub Scout uniform to lower den members. This recycling program has helped save parents money and show their sons one way to reuse items that are no longer needed. Participation in the program is completely optional, but the more scouts that participate, the more uniforms components we will have to offer to others, particularly to new, incoming Tigers.

Parents Please Read: Important Friends of Scouting Announcement

Posted on Feb 23 2012 - 8:42pm

Dear Pack 252 Families,

In 1910 Lord Robert Baden Powell formed a program that went on to become the largest youth service program in the world. For 100 years Scouting has taught youth the “Words to Live By” in order to become more productive citizens and leaders of the world.

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