scout7_edited.jpg

OUR PACK

Who We Are

Pack 259 was founded in 1964 by families looking for a cub scout troop for four boys from the Pocket/Greenhaven area. It was founded at Bear Flag School by Bob and Mary Fong.

 

We are a Co-Ed pack, which means we accept Boys and Girls from Kindergarten through 5th grade.  Each gender will have its own Den and leader for each rank. All scouts follow the same curriculum, go on the same outings, earn the same awards according to rank.  

Pack Meetings are held the third Thursday of every month at 7pm.  Please come out and join us!

 

Den Meetings are held on various days and times according to the schedule of the Den leader and the families assigned to that Den. Dens usually meet twice a month, but switch to once a month over summer. 

 

If you and your Son or Daughter are interested in joining Pack 259, please use the contact form on the home page, or email us at 259cubmaster@gmail.com

Pack 259 Leaders/Committee Members:

Julia Hawkinson- Cubmaster

Sam Bradshaw- Assistant Cubmaster

Samantha Landolt- Committee Chair

Sean Cooke- Advancement Chair

Phil Long- Recruitment Chair

Jennifer Jones- Registrar

Tim Colwell- Treasurer

What We Offer

Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of children and their families. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness. Family involvement is an essential part of the program, and parents are encouraged to play an active role in making the most of the short time they have to impact the lives of their children.  

(From the Be A Scout website)

scout13.jpg
scout14_edited_edited.jpg
scout15.jpg

   LEADING YOUTH TO LIFELONG VALUES

SOME KIDS AVOID OBSTACLES. SCOUTS OVERCOME THEM.

The life lessons learned in Scouting form a foundation to embrace opportunity and overcome obstacles in life. (From the Be A Scout website)

  • A fun and safe environment to learn and grow while developing interests and skills

  • Character building and development centered around good morals and values

  • The chance to learn life skills that help Scouts be successful adults and contributing members of society

  • Exciting outdoor experiences kids love like hiking, camping, mountain biking, and more