Thank you for visiting us here at the Cub Scout Pack 62 website. Here you can find general information on what Pack 62 does throughout the year along with information on our Dens, our Leadership Team, and Hot Off the Press Updates below about our upcoming activities. We have a great time here at 62 and I hope you’ll consider checking us out. Feel free to attend any of our activities to see what we’re all about and meet some of the boys, parents, and leaders in our organization.
You can also send us an email to [email protected] and we’ll respond as quickly as possible.
Thank you for your interest in Scouting!
Cubmaster, Pack 62
Virginia Beach, VA
Shameless plug for help - VOLUNTEERS NEEDED!
We are in search of
some much needed parents to help the pack.
Den Leaders for next Year
Pack Event for May – Badging Up!! - Saturday May 13th @ Hut 4pm
Scouts will be receiving their new rank badges at this event and we will also be performing a Flag Retirement Ceremony for our Scouts to experience. This event will serve as our May Pack meeting so BE THERE or BE SQUARE!
Class A event
Pack Event for June – Friday 6/2 @ 2pm – thru Sunday noon 6/4 – Family Camp at KOA and Graduation
link will be forthcoming so you can let us know you’re coming please.
Here is the preliminary plan and you’ll be updated as we finalize things:
The June Pack meeting is our annual family camping event where Pack 62 reserves tent camping spots here in VB at the KOA on General Booth Blvd. It’s a great break-in for novice campers where you’re close enough to home so you can go back and get anything you forgot! You can get set up as early as Friday afternoon 2pm for a Friday night campout (great way to figure out what you need for Saturday night!) and enjoy an informal night of fellowship and tent camping with bonfires and whatever else you like. Friday night is just for fun and whether you camp both nights or not at all, please do join us for the official ceremonies Saturday afternoon beginning at 4pm.
The formalities: Saturday afternoon we hold our June Pack Meeting starting at 4pm (so you can disappear Saturday morning and during the day for sports etc). Scouts will receive any remaining awards and recognition (generally not much left at this point), followed by Rank Advancement ceremonies where all of the Scouts will advance to the next level and receive new neckerchiefs and books. All in, things will last about an hour followed by a pot luck style dinner. The pack will provide a main course like chicken, hot dogs, etc and each family is asked to bring a side or a desert.
PLEASE bring a side dish to share with dinner and include what you’re bringing in your sign-up on the link that will be posted soon. Pack is also providing s’mores stuff for after dinner!
Saturday night is definitely the night to camp! Bonfires multiply….. Light breakfast Sunday morning on the Pack and a few of us sometimes get creative with this part. Eggs in a bag anyone?
We’ll reserved tent sites TBD and we can put multiple tents on each site. We’ll save a portion of the space for our ‘event location’ – aka the ceremonies, the camp bonfire, and dinner set-up so please steer clear of that open space once we publish the site information.
Sign-up link will be posted here and please indicate whether you’re attending, how many, and what side dish you can bring once it
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Class A for the Pack Meeting, Class B / casual for everything else.
If you're interested - Cub Scout Day Camp – July 18th – 22nd – The KNIGHTS of Tidewater!
Cub Scout Day Camp is a week- long outdoor experience for all registered Cub Scouts. The daily program centers on Cub Scout and Webelos electives as they relate to the outdoor program. The Scouts will work on a wide range of activities that are challenging and age appropriate including shooting sports (BB Guns, Archery, and/or Wrist rockets/Sling shots), sports and games, academics, science, nature, crafts, skits and songs, and lunchtime programs (activities vary between camps).
Day camp uses the same ranks to identify age groups as your pack:
Tigers are boys who have completed kindergarten; an adult partner must attend
Wolves have completed the first grade
Bears have completed second grade
Webelos have completed third grade
Arrow of Light Scouts have completed fourth grade
Place: Scott Memorial United Methodist Church
Date: July 18- 22
Time: 9 am-4 pm/ Sat. 9 am-2 pm
Price: Cub Scout Registration Early Bird fee till April 8th is $95
Regular Registration fee April 9th to June 1st (Scott Memorial June 16th) is $105
Late Registration (Camp approval) After June 1st (Scott Memorial, Jun 16) is $125
We Need Volunteers! And Youth Assistants!
Parents are urged to volunteer either on a daily basis or for the entire week as Packs are asked to provide at least one adult for every four registered Scouts. Youth over 14 years old are also allowed to volunteer at camp. Consider volunteering your time to ensure our scouts can enjoy this great opportunity! Please see registration packet for more details.
Tot lot is a convenience for adults who volunteer at camp and have children that are not Cub Scouts, at least 2 years old, but are under 14. Please see registration packet for more details.
Full details and all required registration forms are included in the registration packet that can be obtained from the Tidewater BSA website. Please contact Sara Thum with any questions by phone: 757-567-8401 or email:[email protected]
Please submit payment and paperwork to your Pack 62 Day Camp Coordinator Sara Thum before June 16, 2017!
Summer RESIDENT Adventure Camp – Pipsico – August 4th through August 7th
and other dates you can choose from below
Cub Scout Adventure Camp is right around the corner. Pipsico Scout Reservation offers a wide variety of activities and programs that enable Cub Scouts to earn awards while having fun! During Cub Scout resident camp, Cub and Webelos Scouts, along with their adult camping partners, participate with den and pack leaders in an outdoor program that spells fun and excitement for all! Programs present a variety of structured and camp-wide events.
The Cub Resident Program includes swimming, archery, BB guns, handicrafts, sports and nature.
This year there will be 2 options, Long (6 days/5 nights) or Short (4 days/3 nights). The Long and Short camps are combined, just the scouts attending the Short camp will leave a couple days early.
Pack 62 has decided to attend Cub Scout Adventure Camp (Short-8/4-8/7) as a coordinated pack.
If you would like to attend camp but cannot make the 08/04-08/07 dates you may sign up as an individual family for 08/04-08/09, 08/11-08/16 or 08/11-08/14.
Program rates are as follows:
|4 day/3 nights||6 Days/5 nights|
|Siblings (Age 11+)||$80.00||$115.00|
|Siblings (Age 6-10)||$170.00||$235.00|
|Siblings (Ages 2-5)||$50.00||$75.00|
Adventure Camp is not refundable.
If not signed up and paid in full by 6/1/17 there is a late fee of $20.00 charged to all Cub Scout youth and siblings age 6-10.
Contact Heidi Olsen at [email protected] to register for 2017 Cub Scout Adventure Camp.
Cub Scout Adventure Camp is one of the most anticipated scouting events. If you are new to Camp ask your fellow scouts about their past camp adventure and how much fun they had.