Congratulations Pack 105 Webelos - 2018 Klondike Derby, 2017 Klondike Derby & 2017 Snuffy Hollow - 1st Place Overall

 
Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 105's website. Pack 105 meets every 3rd Wednesday at 6:45 PM at the Jamesburg Elks, ELKS Lodge #2180 at 74 West Railroad Avenue. The Pack is open to all boys and girls from kindergarten through to 5th grade. 1st Graders are Tigers, 2nd Graders are Wolfs, 3rd Graders are Bears, and 4th & 5th Grades are called WEBELOS (We Be Loyal Scouts). Cub Scouting is unique in that it is a family activity - bring the siblings, brothers and sisters along. No need to leave anyone out - we all enjoy the FUN!
 
 

 

  • PACK NEWS
    FROM THE MESSY DESK OF OUR LEADERS
  • Spring Recruitment 2018 Please join us on Wednesday, April 18, 2018 at the Barclay Brook School Cafeteria from 7:00PM-8:30PM for our Spring Recruitment event. All boys and girls in Kindergarten ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2018, 5:38 AM by Thomas Kucharczyk
  • Scout's Collections Please be sure to have your Scout bring his collection to the March Pack meeting @ Barclay Brook School to show off to the rest of the Pack. Scouts will be ...
    Posted Mar 11, 2015, 6:07 PM by Thomas Kucharczyk
  • 2014 Blue & Gold A big thank you to Shannon for creating a very fun and successful Blue and Gold dinner / ceremony for our Pack.
    Posted Mar 2, 2014, 5:14 PM by Pack 105
  • Community Service Part of 12 core values of Cub scouting is Citizenship --: Contributing service and showing responsibility to local, state, and national communities.Cubs scouts will learn ways to be better citizens ...
    Posted Sep 27, 2012, 11:58 AM by Pack 105
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  • Scout's Words
    From the minds of our Scouts...
  • How Scouting Has Made Me A Better Person   Scouting has made me a better person because it has taught me life skills that I can use to save lives and it’s taught me how to work in groups.  Scouting has taught me very useful life skills such as using power tools, tying and applying knots (such as in the Klondike Derby.) And it has taught me to get over the “deep end” in the water and to swim!  Scouting has also taught me how to work in groups and own your leadership (such as in the Klondike Derby when I was the leader of the rescue and 4-man-ski.) It’s also taught me when I should give suggestions for other people’s ideas and when ...
    Posted Jun 9, 2015, 3:18 PM by Pack 105
  • What I Learned as a Patrol Leader    I have been in a leading role many times in my life. I have lead my brothers in activities and I have been the captain of a sports team several times in school. But this time I learned what it meant to be a real leader.     On February 7th, I participated in the Klondike Derby, an outdoorsman skills competition for scouts. Several groups of boys called patrols were assigned 8 different stations that test their outdoor scout skills. Each patrol had to work as a team to complete the stations.     I was part of the Red Cobra Patrol. We decided that each boy would get to lead 1 or 2 stations. I was chosen to lead 2 stations. The first ...
    Posted Apr 12, 2015, 7:13 AM by Pack 105
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