Pack 802

College Station, Texas - Since 1937

About Pack 802

Pack 802 is open to girls & boys (K - 5th) that meets monthly on the 3rd Tuesday at 6:30PM at College Hills Elementary

Weeks 1 and 2 of the month and sometimes 4 and/or 5 of the month are for den meetings (grade level group meetings). Usually just weeks 1 and 2 though. Dens meet primarily on Tuesdays also, but they can meet on other mutually agreeable dates and times.
Want to learn more? Check out Learning About Cub Scouts below.

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Pack Resources

Here are some links that we use regularly.

Area Information

Charter Organization

Pack 802 is chartered through A&M United Methodist Church in Northgate. You do not have to be a church member or that denomination to be in the Pack. Maps to commonly used locations below. 


Pack & Den - vCalendar Feeds

 In addition to the displays below, we have an ICS feeds from ScoutBook that you can use in your devices to overlay the pack events calendar. Feeds listed here.

Pack 802 Calendar

This is the most important calendar for you to follow. This should include all activities for your cub outside of their specific den meetings.

Arrowmoon District Calendar

This calendar is just in case you're interested in browsing. District events are mostly for leadership training and networking. Important cub events will be on our pack calendar also. 

 Sam Houston Area Council (SHAC) Calendar

This calendar is just in case you're interested in browsing. Council events are mostly for leadership training and networking. We just want to share what's going on in our area.


These are common locations that we use for our events. Each one includes coordinates for specifically where you can park and where you enter the facility.

College Hills - Pack Meetings
Park anywhere in lot. Meet in cafeteria.

30.626322834408537, -96.31968751143876

Enter building at...
30.626182526329075, -96.31921632505646

A&M United Methodist Church
Annex Fellowship Hall

30.620024477958033, -96.34671050878076

Enter building at...
30.620080747783025, -96.34688271045782

A&M United Methodist Church
Great Hall / Gym

30.6197372186352, -96.34613014669875

Enter building at...
30.61930717850633, -96.34578182357002

Veterans Park
Used occasionally for den meetings.

30.64129203496091, -96.2978764075911

Typically meet at the large pavilion...
30.641657229641762, -96.29815400014063

Learning About Cub Scouts

I know an introductory section usually goes at the top, but our members use this site to be a regularly as a resource and we didn't want them tripping over this each time they came to the site, so we moved it down. However, we're happy you're here and excited about what your Cub(s) will learn in Scouting.

Below is a curated selection of a few videos that will give you a quick overview of the Cub Scouts program and what we do. If you're interested in joining our Pack, please start here.

What is Cub Scouts?

This video is an introduction to the Cub Scouts program that covers the following questions:

What do Cub Scouts do?

Here are some examples of activities that Cub Scouts do every year.

Top 5 Questions about Cub Scouts

This video answers the top 5 most frequently asked questions about Cub Scouting.

Tufts Study

“As a former Cub Scout myself, I’ve always shared the belief that Scouting had beneficial effects on kids’ character, but as researchers we must be rigorous and give it a fair test,” says Lerner, who has written hundreds of scholarly articles and books, including Liberty: Thriving and Civic Engagement Among America’s Youth and The Good Teen. “We did, and the results are strikingly positive. After three years, Scouts reported significant increases in cheerfulness, helpfulness, kindness, obedience, trustworthiness and hopeful future expectations.” 

- Dr. Richard M. Lerner
a psychologist and youth expert at Tufts University

Source: Research proves that Scouting builds character in youth

Also see: Tufts study confirms: Scouting builds character in 6 areas

Scouting Works!

Cub Scouts is proven to develop positive character traits in children.


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