What is Cub Scouts? An organization that aims to help boys and girls grow into good citizens who are strong in character and personally fit.
Who is Cub Scouts for? If you are a boy or girl in kindergarten through fifth grade — or you're 5 to 10 years old — then Cub Scouting is for you. It's
for your entire family, too.
Who is Pack 127? Pack 127 is centered in Kathleen, GA and meets at Andrew United Methodist Church located on GA Route 127 close to
Houston Lake Road. It is the gray church between Houston Lake Road and Matt Arthur Elementary school. While the majority of
our scouts attend Matt Arthur or Langston Road Elementary Schools, we have scouts from nearly every school in the county! All
What do Cub Scouts do? Cub Scouts meet once a month as a Pack (all the scouts). Cub Scout dens meet 2 – 3 times a month
(usually 6-12 scouts of the same age) where they work on achievements toward rank. These are focused on
family, community and country. The pack tries to have a monthly activity also such as field trips, campouts,
What are some of the Pack activities?
Two Campouts a Year Annual Recognition Banquet Roller Skating Event
Pine Wood Derby Car Race Rain Gutter Regatta Boat Race Local Christmas Parade
“Summer Camp” FUN, FUN, FUN!!! Fishing Tournament
How is Cub Scouts Structured?
Pack: All of the scouts and parents in Pack 127 regardless of age. They meet monthly and do large group activities ie. Campouts.
Den: A small group of boys or girls (6-12) of the same age/grade. Dens are single gender. They work on rank advancements.
Den Leader: A volunteer parent that works with the scouts in the Den to earn respective rank.
Pack Committee: Group of volunteers that have scouts in the Pack that help enable the scouts to be successful.
Cubmaster: Volunteer responsible for overall Cub Scouting Program.
Bobcat: Regardless of grade the first rank any Cub Scout earns. This rank is earned by learning Cub Scout Motto, Promise, Law, Sign, etc.
Lion: A boy or girl in Kindergarten - all activities must be accompanied by an adult for this rank.
Tiger: A boy or girl in first grade – all activities must be accompanied by an adult for this rank.
Wolf: Boys and girls in the second grade.
Bear: Boys and girls in the third grade.
Webelos: Boys and girls in the 4th grade are Webelos I. Those in the 5th grade are Webelos II and soon will cross-over into Scouts BSA.
Who can I contact for additional information and questions?
Raymond Carnley – Cubmaster