Charlotte

Cub Scout

Pack 265

Charlotte Cub Scouts

Scout News


  •  Welcome Future Scouts, Kindergarten - Grade 5                        Come and visit Charlotte Cub Scouts to meet Scouts, Leaders, Scout Volunteers.  Learn about all the adventures of SCOUTING.  Future Scouts and their Families can find out all about Cub Scouting and, can JOIN Cub Scouting.  Please contact us if you have any questions about Cub Scouting, would like to join Cub Scouting or would like to attend a Den Meeting or Event.                                                                             Please watch the Cub Scouts  Video (bottom of this page)                         Contact Charlotte Cub Scout Pack 265 


  • October  25-27  :  Webeloree at Camp Grimes
  • October  29  :  Pack Meeting Halloween/Bobcat.  Please bring your decorated Pumpkin.  All Children, Parents and Monsters are Welcome to wear their Halloween Costumes.  Scout Family Members and Friends are always Welcome at any Pack Meeting.  Please come join us to celebrate our New Scouts, who have now earned their Bobcat Badge. 
  • November  1-3  :  AOL Camp Out at Camp Grimes.  Our AOL Scouts will attend a Camp Out with Troop 165.
  • November  5  :  Optional Den Meetings (Election Day) Please check with your Scouts Den Leader.
  • November  9  :  Church Yard Cleanup Project.  Please come join us to Help Clean Up the Grounds here at Living Savior Church.  This is a Wonderful Service Project for all Scouts.  Scout Families and Friends are all Welcome and Encouraged to come and Help Out.  Please wear work or play clothes, bring work gloves and any needed drinks.  You could also bring Garden Tools, such as leaf rakes, leaf bags, shrub trimmers (hand or electric), small ladders etc.           
  • November  12  :  Den Meetings at 6:45 pm.  Please bring your Scout Handbook to Den Meetings.  Scouts can wear their Class B, Pack T-Shirt.  Parents, please offer to help your Den by providing a snack, or helping with a Den Activity. 
  • November  17  :  Parent / Leader Meeting at Living Savior Church at 7 pm.  All Parents/Leaders/Scout Volunteers are encouraged to attend this monthly meeting.  We will discuss Pack 265 News, Events and Activities.  We would like at least one Parent or Leader from each Den to attend this meeting.  Thank You.      
  • November  19  :  Den Meetings at 6:45 pm.  Parents, occasionally check your child's Scouttrack account to view Den completed activities.  And, if your Scout completes activities at home or during Family Activities, please feel free to check off those completions. 
  • November  21  :  Camping Committee Meeting at 7 pm.  All Parents are Welcome to attend this meeting.  Please stop by, if you would like to help out at a Pack Camp Out.  No Camping Experience Necessary.  If you wish to learn about Scout Camping, this is the BEST PLACE to be.  Our Pack Camping Team, will help you learn all about Scout Camping.  You will learn about Tents, Campfires, Cooking Equipment and Camp Safety.
  • November  26  :  Optional Den Meetings  ​: Parents, please check with your Scout Den Leader to learn if your child has a meeting today.
  • November  28  :  Thanksgiving Day​  Happy Turkey Day Scouts.
  • Attention ALL Scouts  :  Learn about how to use the Internet Safely, and Earn a Patch.  Just click on the Cyber Chip Link on this page, select your Grade, Watch the Video, then Print out your Certificate.  You do not need to buy the card.  You will receive the card with your Patch.  Cyber Chip    ​​​​

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Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 265
Located at : Living Savior Lutheran Church

6817 Carmel Road, Charlotte, NC

As a worldwide brotherhood, Scouting is unique. It is based on the principles of loving and serving God, of human dignity and the rights of individuals, and of recognizing the obligation of members to develop and use their potential. It is a movement dedicated to bringing out the best in people. Cub Scouting doesn't emphasize winning as an end result, but rather the far more demanding task of doing one's best.

When Scouting can help nurture courage and kindness and allow boys to play, to laugh, to develop their imaginations, and to express their feelings, then we will have helped them grow. We want boys to become useful and stable individuals who are aware of their own potential. Helping a boy to learn the value of his own worth is the greatest gift we can give him.

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