The Scouts of Pack 32, We Do Fun Stuff!
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Pack 32 Events and Activities

7/15 - Shooting Sports Day

7/22 - SJ Giants Baseball Game, Fireworks, and Camp on the Outfield

7/24 - July Pack Show

7/26 - August Committee Meeting

8/12 - Washington Open Service Project

8/19 - Shooting Sports Day

8/23 - August Pack Show

8/30 - New Member Night

9/6 - September Committee Meeting

9/11 - Flag Raising at Washington Open

9/15-17 - Baked Potato Booth at SC Art & Wine Festival

9/20 - September Pack Show

10/4 - October Committee Meeting

10/25 - October Pack Show

11/1 - November Committee Meeting

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Prospective Cub Scouts

Please feel free to review this site to get an idea of the kind of scouting activities you and your son will be able to take part of as a member of Pack 32.  See our Prospective Scouts page for more information.

Prospective Boy Scouts

For our Pack 32 Webelos, you will be transitioning to Boy Scouts soon. In order to experience what Boy Scouts will be like, you are encouraged to attend some Boy Scout Troop meetings and outings. Try out a few different troops to see which one fits your interests the best. Go to the Boy Scout Transition page for a list of upcoming events with Troops in our area.

Pack 32 Committee

Pack 32 Program

 Position  Name (click to email)
 Cubmaster  Dan Strellis
 Assistant Cubmasters


Arrow of Light Den 2a Leaders (5th grade)
 Bridged to Boy Scouts
Arrow of Light
Den 2 Leaders (5th grade)
Bridged to Boy Scouts
Arrow of Light
Den 8 Leaders (5th grade)
Bridged to Boy Scouts
Webelos Den 7 Leaders (4th grade) Bruce Bookman
 Tola Dalton
Webelos Den 9 Leaders (4th grade)      Rich Petersen
 Serena Zhao
 Bear Den 1 Leader
(3rd grade)
 Richard Niemann

 Bear Den 4 Leaders
(3rd grade)
 Karen Cornwell
 Toby McPheeters
 Wolf Den 3 Leader
(2nd grade)
 Daniel Carlson
 Tiger Den 5 Leaders (1st grade) Ron Friedline
 Cynthia Vandeneynde
 Lion Den 6
Guide (Kindergarden)
 Kristin Jantzen
 STEM Chair Vacant
 Chaplain     Vacant

Meet the Cubmaster

Hi, I am Dan Strellis. I'm in my third year as Cubmaster of Pack 32. This is the best volunteer position imaginable. We had a great year last year with about 65 Cub Scouts in our Pack. We have fun outdoors and performing service for the community. Last year, we did two overnight family camps at Camp Cutter and Rancho Los Mochos. We performed service projects for Boulder Creek Scout Reservation, Second Harvest, battery disposal, and paint disposal. We are an active Pack holding about 3 Den meetings, 1 Pack Show, and one additional activity a month. This summer we have some great outings planned including a Summer BBQ on June 10, a hike at Alum Rock Park on June 24, a campout on the San Jose Giants Baseball field on July 22 and two shooting days at Camp Chesebrough.
I love Scouting! I was a Cub Scout for a few years as a youngster going up the Illinois. I have fond memories of building crazy cars and then losing races in the Pinewood Derby and going camping with our Pack. As a father of one scout in Pack 32 and one who recently moved on to Boy Scouts, I’m re-living and loving the Scouting experience as an adult Leader. My father is an Eagle Scout and through his experiences, he taught me many useful scouting skills like camping, canoeing, cooking, hiking, and embracing the sense of adventure. My parents taught me a lot about honor, courtesy, modesty, and teamwork. As your Cubmaster, I will “Do My Best” to demonstrate and teach these virtues to your scouts.

If you are considering Scouts for your son, I hope you will join my family as we venture down the Scouting Trail. Pack 32 has an exciting and rich program aimed at getting our sons Prepared For Life! Feel free to email me at any time. Also our New Member/ Joining Night for the spring is on May 8 at 6:32pm at Washington Open School.