A Cub Scout Pack is divided into several dens, grouped by gender and grade. Each grade is working on their rank for the year (e.g., Tiger, Wolf, Bear, etc.).
A den is typically 6-8 youths of a single gender, led by a Den Leader and an Assistant Den Leader.
Den meetings are planned around a monthly theme and may include games, handicrafts, hikes and other outdoor fun while preparing for the next pack meeting.
Girl Dens By Grade
(Scouts and Leaders needed!)
- Kindergarten - Lions - Den 9
- 1st Grade - Tigers - Den 10
- 2nd Grade - Wolves - Den 11
- 3rd Grade - Bears - Den 12
- 4th Grade - Webelos I - Den 13
- 5th Grade - Webelos II - Den 14
Den 1 - Bears (3rd Grade)
Den Leader - Mrs. Shauna Rowe
Meets Wednesdays 7:00pm, Union Valley Cafeteria
"My favorite part of being a den leader is watching the boys learn to work on their adventures more independently and grow more confident in their abilities! Watching them proudly stand and recite the Scout Oath and Scout Law also makes for a very proud Den Leader."
Den 2 - Webelos I (4th Grade)
Den Leader - Mr. Pete Kuzniasz
Meets Tuesdays 7:00pm, Mr. Kuzniasz's House
"The most memorable moment for me as a parent and den leader was getting to walk on the field at Citizens Bank Park with the Cub Scouts on our Phillies Night. The Mets crushed the Phils with a record number of homers. That... that I wish I could forget."
Den 3 - Webelos II (4th Grade)
Den Leader - Mrs. Jacqui Allen
Meets Mondays 7:00pm, Union Valley, Cafeteria
"I love Pack 184 because it provides boys a safe and nurturing environment to develop lifelong skills, love and respect for nature, and responsibility for self and the community. This is all done while having fun with their peers and participating in exciting outdoor activities."
Den 5 - Wolves (2nd Grade)
Den Leader - Mrs. Kristine Connelly
Meets Mondays 7:00pm, Union Valley, Room Library
"The most rewarding part of having my sons in Cub Scouts is watching them learn new skills while upholding good character. I see the pride in their eyes and smiles on their faces when they are recognized in front of their peers with awards for the adventures and advancements they complete."
Den 6 - Bears (3rd Grade)
Den Leader - Mrs. Stephanie Carunchio
Meets Mondays 7:00pm, Union Valley, Room 201
"This year our den will work on a community service project that we think of, plan, and complete - TOGETHER. Serving our community is rewarding for everyone, and teaches our Scouts and their families that they can make a difference."
Den 7 - Webelos I (4th Grade)
Den Leader - Mr. Patrick Koreck
Meets Mondays 7:00pm, Union Valley, Room 202
"When I saw the fun and adventure my son was having in Pack 184, I was pleased. When I saw how his den had grown both in numbers and in character, I was proud. When I was called upon to deliver the promise of Scouting to families like mine, I answered."