Q: How many days does my son meet?
The pack meets the second Monday of every month at 6:00 pm at Annunciation School Gym for about 1 ½ hrs. The dens meet once to twice a month for about an hour to work on their scouting goals. The dates and times vary for den meetings.
Q: How much does it cost?
The 2015-2016 yearly dues cost $45.00 and includes: national dues, insurance,adult volunteer registration subscription to Boys Life, pins, patches and other awards, scout meals for Blue and Gold dinner, some camping costs, Pinewood Derby costs. Some of the extra costs may include: gear, sleepovers, etc.(Costs varies within the den and age group). Talk to the den leaders for more info.
Q: What are my commitments?
As with most things,what you put in you get in return. This is the same for scouting. Pack 325 is a family friendly pack. We encourage that all members engage with the whole family when they can. Some of the events we have are for scouts only.
Q:What if my boy plays sports all year long?
The best part of scouting that if you boy missed an event it is not a big deal.There are plenty to go to in between the games.
Q: On Pack meetings can we bring my sons other siblings?
Yes you can. Pack 325 is a family pack. Sometimes there are things that the whole family can do.
Q: What is the parent’s role?
Not sll parents have to run the Pack or a Den. Some of the parents just help one event or a part of the program as they can.
Q: How many days are required to become a Den leader?
Each Den has different requirements. Each den has 1-2 meetings per month that last an hour.
Q: Do I have to camp out?
All camp-outs are an optional activity, however you will miss the fun!
Q: Do I have to knock door to door for fundraising?
Fundraising is as important task for Pack 325. We have several fundraising activities that no not require door to door selling.
Q: What is the difference between a Den and a Pack meeting?
Den meetings are for smaller groups of scouts– ideally 5-10. At these meetings, scouts work toward their badge or perform other activities. At Pack Meetings, all scouts attend for some type of activity and/or they are recognized for their achievements.