A Message from the Cubmaster
Cub Scout Pack 418 holds its meetings at Penn Forest Wesleyan Church in Roanoke County, Virginia. The church is located across the street from Cave Spring High School at 3735 Chaparral Drive SW.
We are a part of the Blue Ridge Mountains Council of Boy Scouts of America.
While we are the primary Cub Scout Pack for Roanoke County's Penn Forest Elementary and Clearbrook Elementary Schools, we welcome home-schooled students and students from all area schools.
Meetings are typically held each Monday during the school year from 6:30pm-7:30pm
Our next regular meeting will be on Monday, October 5th, 2015, at 6:30pm.

Want to see some of the fun activities we have planned for the year? Just keep reading below.
This is just a partial list of the fun events that await you in Pack 418. 
  • Spookoree - District Camporee  - Family Camping
  • Rain Gutter Regatta - Build and race your own sailboat.
  • Troutoree - Enjoy a day full of fishing at Camp Powattan
  • Skate Party
  • Pinewood Derby - Build and race your own race car.
  • Hikes
  • Gold Rush - District Camporee - Family Camping
  • Medieval Banquet and Camp Out - Games, Food, Entertainment & More
  • Blue & Gold Banquet - Help us celebrate Cub Scouting
  • Space Derby - Build and race your own spacecraft
  • Bowling Night
  • Camp Fires
  • Day Camp
  • Resident Camp
  • ...and Much, Much, More

Want to join Cub Scout Pack 418? Contact a Pack Leader about joining Cub Scout Pack 418
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This Month in Boys' Life Magazine Official publication of the BSA

Biking across America

The July 2015 issue of Boy's Life magazine features an amazing article about a group of Eagle Scouts that rode their bikes all the way across America. Lots of great photos and a very exciting trip - 3800 miles over 64 days! Other features include a very interesting piece on some of the most intriguing items held at the Smithsonian along with ideas for better tasting creative camp cooking. There is also a fun project that can be built with recycled household items. Only in the Boy Scout edition is an article on how to prepare for a canoe trip and also information on dangerous plants. The Cub Scout edition has fun photos and information on a visit to the Statue of Liberty.
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