Longmont Pack 673
The aims of scouting are character development, leadership development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. Since 1930, cub scouts has brought parents and organizations together to help children achieve these aims. Pack 673 has been serving youth and the community since 2002. Pack 673 is a member of the Wapiti District in the Longs Peak Council of the Boy Scouts of America. We are chartered by The American Legion Post 32 in Longmont (we were previously chartered with Hygiene United Methodist Church, so you may see us affiliated there on Boy Scout of America not-yet-updated websites). The Pack is multi-denominational and welcomes youth and families of all faiths, backgrounds and cultures.
The Pack primarily serves students from the following schools, but membership is not restricted.
What is a Pack and a Den?
The Pack includes boys and girls in school grades K-5. Pack meetings are family events held monthly on Friday evenings. The purpose of pack meetings is to recognize cub scouts for their achievements.
Dens are organized into grade-level of 6-15 boys or girls (2-3 Dens per grade). Den meetings or outings are scheduled about twice a month, typically on weeknights.
Ranks are the name of each grade level, and also the name of the award the cub scouts work to achieve all year. Cub Scouts work with their Den to complete the requirements for their grade. They can join during any grade skipping ranks of previous grades:
Kindergarten - Lion
Grade 1 - Tiger
Grade 2 - Wolf
Grade 3 - Bear
Grade 4 - Webelos
Grade 5 - Arrow of Light (AOL)
Bobcat All new Cub Scouts except Lions (Kindergartners) will achieve Bobcat first, regardless of the age they start the Cub Scouting.
Adventures are completed with the Den through the school year. As each adventure is completed, cubs earn a belt loop or pin to mark their progress. Required adventures are completed with the den, but may be completed at home. Elective adventures are typically completed at home, but may also be done with the den.
Special awards include hiking, outdoor ethics, STEM, participating in summer activities, etc.
We use Scoutbook.com to track awards and advancements.
The Pack is run by PARENT VOLUNTEERS who serve as the Pack Committee. We expect all parents to assist with activities, crafts, setting up and cleaning up, etc.
Pack Leaders: Committee Chair, Cubmaster, Assistant Cubmaster, Treasurer, Secretary, Awards Chair, Membership Chair, New Member Coordinator, Pack Trainer, and Committee Members.
Den Leaders: Den Leader, Assistant Den Leader.
Adult Partners: are required to accompany all Lions and Tigers at their meetings.
Activities and Outings
Pack events may include:
Winter Fun Day
Blue and Gold Celebration (Birthday of Scouting)
Popcorn Sale Fundraiser
Scouting for Food Drive
Contact Cubmaster Jared Hansberry at email@example.com with with any questions about getting started with the pack.