Serving Alanton Elementary School and the surrounding communities
  Bayside District, Tidewater Council
Cubmaster: Ryan Thum

Cub Scout Pack 62, Virginia Beach VA 

Cubmaster: Geoff Olsen

If you are interested in joining Pack 62 or just have general questions and curiosities, please feel free to send us an email here:

[email protected]

Our Pack 62 leadership team monitors this email address and will respond as quickly as possible.


 YOUTHYouth Application for Cub Scout

 ADULT     Adult Leader Application

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 A one time JOINING FEE for Tidewater Council Registration $24.00 

 If you sign up during SPRING ROUNDUP, there are NO PACK DUES through the end of summer   

PACK DUES are collected yearly starting in SEPTEMBER $85.00
Boys Life Magazine annual subscription (optional)$12.00

When paying fees, please make a check payable to: "PACK 62

If paying via a Credit Card a $3 transaction fee is added to total.



 Introduction To Cub Scouting  
Why Cub Scouting?
Cub Scouting’s strength is that it is a well-rounded program, positively affecting every area of a child’s life. Cub Scouting encourages kids to achieve a deeper appreciation of others, including peers, parents, and other adults. Early in their Scouting experience, scouts learn the value of serving others. Cub Scouting provides children with a sense that they are important as individuals. They learn that their Scouting family cares about what happens to them.

Cub Scouting promotes activities that lead to personal responsibility and high self-esteem.
Cub Scouting teaches your kids….
  • Confidence through recognition by adults.
  • Belonging by building relationships with other children.
  • Quality family time to strengthen the bond between parent and child.
  • Social skills through interacting with other people.
  • Moral and ethical choices by instilling essential values.
  • Citizenship to become responsible community members.
What do I do as a parent?
Cub Scouting is a program that parents and children can do together. Parents who volunteer spend an average of two to four hours per week involved in Cub Scouting activities. This includes meeting with the scouts and planning time. As a parent volunteer, there are a variety of positions to fill, such as den leaders, committee members, Cubmaster and committee chairman. Volunteering helps strengthen the bond between parent and child. Training is provided.


How Cub Scouting works….
Cub Scouting is for boys and girls in kindergarten through 5th grade. Your child is a member of a den. A den consists of four to eight boys or girls who meet according to their schedules. A den leader (usually a parent) is in charge of the activities, which include games, crafts, songs, ceremonies and lots of fun!

Your scout is a member of a pack. The pack consists of several dens and has activities once per month. The Cubmaster leads pack meetings with Scouts and their families in attendance. 

The pack meeting is made up of fun activities, as well as the presentation of awards that have been earned the last pack meeting.