Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 19!

Cub Scout Pack 19 has been providing activities for boys in the Strasburg area for many years. We are fortunate to be able to meet in our own Scout House, located by the Strasburg pool. We hold Den (grade level) meetings weekly to learn a variety of skills including problem solving skills, respecting our family, friends, and environment, and outdoor skills.  We also hold two fundraisers per year, Popcorn and Pork Barbecue, which allows us to keep cost low for our scouts.

Cub Scouting provides the opportunity to have fun while developing new skills while participating in crafts, games, outdoor activities, field trips, camping etc. Cub Scouting is for boys in first grade through fifth grade. Boys entering sixth grade and up are invited to join the Boy Scouts.

Strasburg Pack 19 is a small, friendly, and family-oriented pack. Boys are able to join any time during the year. Siblings are welcome at all pack events and are invited to join in our activities.  Parent involvement is also highly encouraged. (Parents are required to attend all overnight events. 1st-3rd grade parents are required to attend all activities.)

If you have additional questions, please email Chad Cauler at pack19cubscouts@gmail.com, or call 717-725-2406.

The following are examples of activities the pack participates in during a cub scouting year:

  • October: Strasburg parade, outdoor fall camping trip
  • November: Scouting for Food (collecting food for our local food bank)
  • December: Holiday Party, Caroling at Willow Valley Retirement Community
  • January: Pinewood Derby 
  • February: Pack skating party at Overlook Skating Rink, Bowling party at Akron Bowling Alley
  • March: Indoor overnight camping trip: This year we will be visiting the Delaware Museum of Natural History.
Previous years:
    • Philadelphia Zoo: Scouts and parents had the opportunity to sleep in the treehouse at the Philadelphia Zoo.  We took a nighttime "behind the scenes" tour of the zoo, participated in educational activities led by zoo staff, and enjoyed free admission to the zoo the next day. 
    • Franklin Institute: Scouts and parents watched a scientific demonstration, toured the museum after hours, and enjoyed a late night movie in the IMAX dome theater.  We even slept in the Changing Earth exhibit!
    • Battleship New Jersey: Scouts and parents learned what it was like to live on a battleship by taking private guided tours and sleeping over on the ship! We also saw a reenactment of loading the large ship guns and firing of the weapons. 
    • Delaware Natural History Museum: Scouts and parents learned about different types of animals from around the world, how animals formed fossils over time. Also, participated in scientific experiments
  • March: Blue and Gold Banquet: This formal dinner is to recognize each Cub Scout's achievements and honor their advancement to the next rank.
  • April: Pork Barbecue Fundraiser, Pack Laser Tag party
  • May: Service projects at Jaycee Park and Strasburg pool
  • June: Muddy Run Weekend Camping Trip
  • July: Trout Run Weekend Camping Trip, Webelos visit and camp at Washington, DC 
  • August: Summer Camp at Hawk Mountain