More about Pack 1163
Cub Scout Pack 1163 is made up of boys in grades first through fifth mostly attending Heritage Elementary school in Highland Village, Texas. The pack is actively involved in community activities including such events as Scouting for Food to help local food banks, Kids Café to help local kids collect items for education, and Keep Lewisville Beautiful trash pick up day. The boys participate in many den activities that teach them science, growth, interpersonal, physical, and artistic skills.
Monthly the dens of boys gather as a pack and are awarded for their achievements. The boys also perform skits in front of the group entertaining all those in attendance. The pack gathers for traditional scouting events like family campouts, pinewood derby, chili cook off, cake auction, picnics, rocket launches, bike rallies, summer camps, and more.
Pack 1163 is always looking for a “few good boys”. Cub Pack Rallies are held during the first of August each year, but boys may join or transfer to the pack at any time.
We hope to see you at a cub scout event soon. For more information contact the Cub Master or Membership chair found on our contact web page.
Scouting is Fun
Scouting combines fun with activities to build lifelong values. Scouting aims to assist parents in helping their sons strengthen their character, develop good citizenship, and enhance both their mental and physical fitness. Your family will be working with other families to meet these same goals.
During the month, smaller “dens”, comprised of 6-8 boys, meet separately. These dens are organized according to age starting in the first grade: Tiger, Wolves, Bears, Webelos I and Webelos II. Den meetings focus on doing age specific activities and earning advancement and awards through field trips, hands-on projects, etc. We really have a great time, and we hope you’ll join us.