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Cub Scout Pack 148
(Centerville, Ohio)
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Any boy or girl interested in Cub Scouts can join anytime of the year.  Do you have a son or daughter in grades K-5 that is interested in Cub Scouts? 

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We will have Adult Leaders on hand during the Cline and PVS "Meet the Teacher" Open House events on August 9th and 13th.
Stop by and visit with one our Adult Leaders.

We have a lot of exciting activities planned for 2018-19.
Pool Party
Fall Campout
Rocket Launch
Halloween Party
Zoo Overnighter
Christmas Caroling
Blue & Gold
Pinewood Derby
Memorial Day Ceremony
July 4th Parade 

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Pack 148, located in Centerville Ohio, is chartered by the Cline Elementary Parent Teacher Organization. 

Pack 148 is active year-round, and there is at least one major event for our scouts in every month:
January- Ski Trip
February - Blue and Gold Banquet
March - Pinewood Derby and Scouting for Food!
April - 
Spring Pack Camp Out
May - Rain Gutter Regatta and Memorial Day Grave Decorating
June - Summer Day Camp
July - Marching in the Americana Festival, 
Resident Camp at Woodland Trails
August - Welcome new scouts!
September - Rocket Launch/Ice Cream Social
October - Fall Camping 
November - Veterans Day at Stubbs Park
December - Cub 
Klondike, Pack Holiday Party and Caroling at the retirement center

In addition to the above Pack events, Pack 148 scouts participate in other trips within their Dens.  Each Den consists of 6-12 scouts of the same grade. Tiger scouts, being first graders, are the youngest. Second graders are Wolves, third graders are Bears, and fourth and fifth graders are Webelos. Pack 148 is lucky to have great scouts and great leaders, which results in a lot of fun at every event!

In addition to having fun, our scouts also serve the community by assisting the community through food drives for the less fortunate, local park clean ups, visiting at local retirement centers, participating in community events such as Memorial and Veterans' Day and other service projects.