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Typically we meet on Sunday afternoons at 3:30pm about 3 times per month during the school year.  All meetings and events require a parent or guardian to be present. Any issues with this requirement should be discussed with your Den Leader or Cubmaster. 

In den meetings and pack meetings, Cub Scouts make new friends, play purposeful games, and learn new things.  Dens usually meet two times a month (once on-site and once off-site). All the dens in the pack come together once a month for a pack meeting.  Pack meetings and on-site den meetings are held at Our Lady of Grace Catholic Church in the Parish Life Center/Fellowship Hall.  The location of off-site den meetings is communicated about one week prior via your den leader and the calendar. 

The calendar linked below reflects all meetings and events, and is updated regularly here. Subscribe to the calendar with your favorite calendar software here.

Pack 104 Meetings & Events Calendar


Overnight Camping

Day Camping

- Fall Family Campout
- Mom and Me Campout
- USS Yorktown Weekend
- Overnight Summer Camp
- Polar Cub Fun Day
- Scouts on Skis
- Cub Scout Day Camp

Pack Special Events

Pack Fundraisers and Service

- Bike Rodeo
- Rocket Day
- Pinewood Derby
- Blue and Gold Celebration
- Popcorn Sale
- Scouting for Food
- Park Cleanups
- Other Community Service Projects

Summertime Activities


- Fishing Derby
- Bowling Tournament
- Back to School Event
- Council Events
- Den Outdoor Adventures
- Field Trips
- Short Hikes
- BB/Archery, Climbing, Etc.

Keeping Scouts Safe

Important Information

We expect all families to take time to read about the regulations and requirements in place by the BSA as part of the commitment to the safety of Scouts. Our Pack and surrounding community supporters share in this commitment and takes these safety measures very seriously.

The Guide to Safe Scouting gives all the details on how to conduct events and activities safely. All participants in official Scouting activities must be familiar with this guide. It is an overview of Scouting policies and procedures gleaned from a variety of sources. Leaders are expected to review the additional reference material cited prior to conducting such activities. Please refer to the online version here for the most updated information

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