Welcome to the Wolf Den

Den Number 1

2nd Grade
  or 7-8 Yrs

Den Leader
Nicole Flowers

Our Goals  A year-round family, home, and community centered program that encourages ethical decision-making skills.

Summary  The boys will learn more about staying healthy, knowing their home and community, tools for fixing and building, cooking healthy, being safe, making good choices, and much more. 
Is your Second Grader thinking about Scouts?  
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What the Wolfs are "Doing"... 


  • Coastal Clean-up Day was a success!
    cleanup posterDen 1 Scouts participated in the 29th Annual California Coastal Clean-up Day on September 21st.

    Every year, on the third Saturday in September, people join together at sites all over California to take part in the State's largest volunteer event, California Coastal Cleanup Day. In 2012, over 65,000 volunteers removed almost 770,000 pounds of trash and recyclables from California's beaches, lakes, and waterways. Families, friends, coworkers, scout troops, school groups, service clubs, and individuals come together to celebrate and share their appreciation of California's fabulous coast and waterways. The event is part of the International Coastal Cleanup, organized by the Ocean Conservancy, which is the largest volunteer event on the planet! 

    Den 1 Scouts were part of 25 enthusiastic volunteers, organized by GreenTown Los Altos, that helped pull 38 pounds of trash out of Permanente Creek and surrounding area, as part of the International Coastal Cleanup Day. All but 2 pounds of this trash was recyclable.

    We also kept 500 cigarette butts and dozen of cigar butts from flowing into the Bay. All trash from streets flows into our creeks and out into the bay and ocean.

    Cigarette butts, one of the worst types of toxins in our waterways, are the focus for environmentalists around the Bay. Butts are made of plastic, contain several toxins and do not biodegrade. Aquatic critters mistake floating trash as food and are killed by them. After the animal dies, the cigarette butt may continue on killing more creatures. Save the Bay organization estimates that over 3 billion cigarettes butts litter the area every year. Read more here.

    Great Job Scouts!

    Posted Oct 12, 2013, 5:06 PM by Den 1 Leaders for Pack 36
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What the entire Pack is "Doing" Together... 
  • 2018 Memorial Day Camping Who's excited about our Memorial Day Camping trip? We are too! For more information about where we will be going and what we will be doing, check out this ...
    Posted Apr 20, 2018, 5:41 AM by Pack Webmaster
  • 2018 Pinewood Derby Results We had a great race, thank you to all that participated. Also thank you for the Pinewood Derby committee - Brent Crane, Mark Honer, Sean White and Sonny Jandial for giving ...
    Posted Feb 5, 2018, 10:15 AM by Webmaster Pack36
  • Mad Science The September pack meeting was a fun event. We had a Mad Scientist come and teach the pack about science. We also had a great turn out of the Kinders ...
    Posted Sep 27, 2017, 4:33 PM by Webmaster Pack36
  • 2017 Blue & Gold Pack Meeting Congratulations to the 2nd year Webelos of Den 4.Leader: Tony DiederichJack BurcellMatthew DiederichDylan GibsonJared RahnBrian Tham
    Posted Feb 14, 2017, 9:16 AM by Webmaster Pack36
  • 2017 Pinewood Derby A big thank you to Mark Honer, Brent Crane, Sean White and Sonny Jandial for putting together this years race.The winners are:1st Place Drew Honer2nd Place Trevor ...
    Posted Feb 4, 2017, 8:18 AM by Webmaster Pack36
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