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(Kent, Washington)
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Welcome to Pack 480 - Kent, WA

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What do Cub Scouts do?

Welcome to the Scouting Family (FAQ About Scouting) 

About Pack 480


Cub Scout Pack 480 serves Horizon and Meridian Elementary Schools in Kent, WA.

What do the Cub Scouts of Pack 480 do?

Make new friends…Go camping…Go fishing…Go swimming…Attend Summer Day Camp…Learn archery…Learn BB shooting…Practice knot tying…Practice fire-starting skills…Go rock-climbing…Go to Mariners games…Go to Thunderbird hockey games…Build boats and race them in a Rain Gutter Regatta…Build and shoot rockets…Build cars and race them in a Pinewood Derby…Perform skits…Help others…Collect food for GRACE…Take care of our planet…and most of all…HAVE FUN!

Why Cub Scouting?

•Cub Scouting is a well-rounded program that positively affects every area of a youth's life.
•Cub Scouting encourages boys and girls to achieve a deeper appreciation of others, including peers, parents and other adults. Early in their Scouting experience, scouts learn the value of serving others.
•Cub Scouting provides boys and girls with a sense that they are important as individuals. They learn that their scouting family cares about what happens to them.
•Cub Scouting promotes activities that lead us to personal responsibility and high self-esteem.
•As a result, when hard decisions have to be made, a scout can look in the mirror and be proud.

Cub Scouting teaches your son:

•Confidence through recognition by adults
•Belonging by building relationships with other boys and girls
•Quality family time to strengthen the bond between parent and child
•Social skills through interacting with other people
•Moral and ethical choices by instilling essential values
•Leadership skills through leading others
•Citizenship to become responsible community members

What’s expected of me as a Parent?

Cub Scouting is a program that parents and children can do together. Parents who volunteer spend an average of two to four hours per week involved in Cub Scouting Activities. This includes meetings with the boys and planning time.

As a parent volunteer, there are a variety of positions to fill, such as unit leaders, pack committee chairmen, committee members, den leaders, and chartered organizations representatives. Volunteering helps strengthen the bond between parent and child and helps strengthen the packs overall program. Training is provided!

For more information, email or contact any leader.

Scout Promise

On my honor, I will do my best to do my duty to God and my country,
and to obey the Scout Law,
to help other people at all times,
to keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

Scout Law

A Scout is:
Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent

Cub Scout Motto