Cub Scout Pack 418
Started in 2000
Penn Forest Worship Center
Great Valley District
Blue Ridge Mountains Council
Upcoming Pack Events
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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
Our next meeting will be on Monday, January 5, 2015.
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
Pinewood Derby - Build and race your own race car.
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
...and Much, Much, More
Want to join Cub Scout Pack 418?
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Scouting in the News
Cub Scout lauded for saving diabetic mom
In just two months as a member of Cub Pack No. 139 of the Boy Scouts of America, 6-year-old DeMaris Scarver has learned to become a better listener and sharpened his ability to take instructions – all of which helped him save his mother’s life.
Boys awarded for heroic action in house fire
FORSYTH COUNTY, Ga. — Three Boy Scouts were able to safely evacuate their home thanks to training they received from the Forsyth County Fire Department.
Ultralight Backpacking for Scouts?
Ultralight backpacking may be the biggest change to hit Scout backpacking since the development of the hip strap.
This Month in Boys' Life Magazine
Official publication of the BSA
Getting ready for the Holidays, and more!
Did you know Boy’s Life magazine started publishing in 1911? Pretty incredible record of bringing great content to young men all over the USA! In the November 2014 edition you will find a holiday themed magazine that features ways your Pack or Troop can volunteer to help the less fortunate – doing a good turn is the Scout motto! It’s a lot of work but very fulfilling. There are also articles on new toys, gadgets, electronics and games available for the holiday season and actually ways to win some of them! There is an article on how to cook holiday dinner for the family and how difficult it actually is to plan and execute a huge dinner. Maybe many of you can jump in to the kitchen this winter and help! For the Boy Scouts, keep Cooking Merit Badge in mind as some of this cooking might count if actively working with a counselor. There is also information on the newest in cameras and a how-to-build plan for a wooden display table. The Boy Scout edition also features some details on interesting merit badges and a story on an Eagle Scout that visited Antarctica.
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