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  • Author: Roberto Espinoza
  • Date Posted: Aug 25, 2013
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  • Address: King County, Washington

Christian Homeschool Cub Scout Pack 201

Pack 201 was started in 1999 to serve the homeschooling community through scouting. We are a family oriented pack rather than a “drop-off pack.” Everything we do is to first benefit the family while we seek to grow our boys into Godly men. Besides a once a month pack/den meeting, our activities include monthly hikes, field trips and service projects. Tigers start their scouting experience in 1st grade and continue through Webelos. When boys turn 11 years old or achieve the highest award in Cub Scouts, the Arrow of Light, they move on to Boy Scouts. In addition, any girl sibling, 1st grade or above, is invited to join our “Keepers of the Faith” scouting program. Younger siblings participate in “Safari Scouts.”

Our mission is to provide families in the home school community with a quality scouting experience that encourages leadership and character building through knowledge of life skills and duty to God and country as taught through the scout handbooks. Pack 201 is home-centered, and encourages scouting type activities for the whole family.

Pack 201 was organized in 1999 by a group of parents looking for an alternative to traditional scouting that would provide activities for the entire family. The intent is to provide a place where boys can build character, skills, and leadership qualities and to develop mentally, morally and physically. “Cooperate With Others” and “Do Your Best” are central themes throughout our meetings, activities, and events, providing educational opportunities that are exciting and fun.

We currently meet as a Pack on the Third Thursday of the Month from September to May at 1:15pm – 3:30pm at the Foothills Baptist Church – 10120 Issaquah Hobart Road Southeast, Issaquah, WA 98027 From I-90 just head south on Front Street for a couple of miles and we will be on your left.

Other Thursdays we have a den meeting, go on a hike or field trip, or perform a community service or conservation project. During the summer we go to Day Camp. Join us for scouting fun! Call or email to check on meeting times & locations.

King County, Washington


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