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Cub Scout Pack 2
(Downingtown, Pennsylvania)
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Next Pack Events

January TBD


WE will have the Scale at the PMC on the ? rd to check your cars weight.

Your car can't weight more then 5oz.

No Modifications to your cars tires !


Thank you to our sponsors
Piazza Mazda of West Chester &
Piazza Acura of West Chester

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Welcome to Pack 2!

Parents of young boys face a lot of choices in after-school activities. Boys want to have fun, while parents want them to learn positive values and skills that will last a lifetime.

Cub Scouting involves a variety of family activities, encourages good behavior, teaches lifelong values, and strengthens the bonds of family.

Our Pack is sponsored by St. Joseph’s Church and meets once a month in the St. Joseph School Cafeteria.   Dens generally meet twice a month and work on fun activities for rank and awards. In addition, our pack actively schedules exciting events as a group through out the year.

If your son is about to enter first through fifth grade, and you like what you see on our website, Cub Scout Pack Two may be exactly what you’re looking for!!  We love new faces!

Quotable:  "The most important object in Boy Scout training is to educate, not instruct"
                 Sir Robert Baden-Powel
                 (Founder of the Boy Scouts)

Motto:        Do Your BEST!

Promise:     I promise to do my best To do my duty to God and my country To help other people And to obey the Law of the Pack

Scout Leader Training Policy

Beginning in June, 2010, all Scouts and Scouters over the age of 18 must have current completion status of the Youth Protection training.  This training is only good for two years from the completion date and then must be re-taken in order to maintain compliance.  Also, commencing with the 2010 unit rechartering cycle for the 2011 charter year, all council units must have all unit adult leaders fully trained in accordance with the BSA training guidelines in effect at that time, in order for the unit to be chartered for 2011.