Download the May 2019 Pack Newsletter
Scouting is about…
- Character Development
- Confidence Building
- Outdoor Experiences
Cub Scouts is for boys and girls in Kindergarten through 5th grade.
Stop by the North Primary and Intermediate Schools on Thursday, September 13th between 6:30 – 8pm to learn more about the Cub Scout program.
Those who join that evening will receive a FREE ROCKET and will be invited to our launch event on September 29th.
Browse through our website for more information and contact us with any questions!
WALLENPAUPACK – Bailey Vennie, an 8th grade student and member of Boy Scout Troop 129, received approval from the Wallenpaupack Administration for his Eagle Scout project, at the May 14th school board meeting.
Bailey is an alumni of Pack 229 and currently serves as one of our Den Chiefs, offering his expertise to younger Scouts.
TAFTON – Awareness of challenges unbeknownst to some, was gained by a group of boys eager to learn more recently. Webelos from Pack 229 and Pack 105 aging from 10 to 11 years old participated in a program that offered them the chance to gain an understanding of what it is like, to live with a disability.
TAFTON – On a warm summer day, siblings Ben and Jillian Scholl decided to show their support for the Tafton Fire Department. Standing outside of their family owned business, Worthington Distribution on Rt. 390 in Tafton, the children raised $66 for the department by selling lemonade.
Read the entire article in the News Eagle
Ben is a Webelos Scout in Pack 229.
TAFTON – Cub Scout Pack 229 celebrated their 30th anniversary Saturday, June 24th, with some cake and community service. The scouts and their leaders gathered at the Tafton Fire Company, which chartered the pack in 1987.
PALMYRA TWP. (Pike) – Cub Scout Pack 229 recently completed a community service project by giving the Wallenpaupack Tree Trail a spring cleaning.
Cub Scouts from Pack 229 Aiden Janowicz, Ben Scholl, Shane Mauger and James Viarengo were a few of the scouts who spent a recent Saturday scrubbing cars during the Pack’s carwash that was held at the Tafton Fire Department.
HAWLEY – Thanks to the honesty of a local Cub Scout, a lost money clip has been found and is ready to be returned. The clip was found in Bingham Park just before the Memorial Day Parade, near where the veterans had their ceremony.
During the annual Hawley Earth Fest April 23, Alexander Coutts from Pack 229 and Troop 129 worked with Kurtis and Ben Scholl to craft homemade bird feeders from toilet paper roles, Crisco and birdseed.