Join Pack 809 for a night of fun and cheer at our annual Blue & Gold Dinner. The Blue & Gold Dinner is a chance for us to give back to scouting, to help the Webelos bridge to Boy Scouts. and to enjoy dinner with each other. There will be entertainment and fun for the whole family.
The Blue & Gold Dinner will be at the LDS Meetinghouse off of Sycamore Valley Road next to the Sycamore clubhouse on February 20 at 6:30 PM.
Please have your scout wear his Class A uniform. Adult attire may be casual like our pack meetings.
Please register to let us know how many will be attending. All family members are welcome!
Our January Pack meeting will be at 7:00 pm on Wednesday, Jan 24 at Montair Elementary. The .boys will be learning to tie various knots. What says “Scouting” more than knot-typing?
The boys have a lot of fun with this every year, so hopefully you can attend!
Our December Pack meeting will be at 7:00 pm on Thursday, Dec. 14 at Montair Elementary. This is an opportunity for us to give back to the US Marines with their Toys for Tots program. It is one of the highlights of the scouting year as the Marines will inspect the boys and their uniforms. Please bring one new unwrapped toy to the meeting as we will be donating them to Toys for Tots.
And it could be even more special as one of the fathers of a couple of scouts could show up in full uniform! Should be a fun night – you do not want to miss this one.
In lieu of a pack meeting this month, we’ll be packing food at Kids Against Hunger on November 30 at 6pm.
We are on our fourth year of packing food for children in need during the month of November, as a perfect complement to the Thanksgiving holiday. For those who have not had the privilege yet, this is one of our best events all year! You’ll be astonished with how the boys connect to the cause, which is packing meals for children in need around the country and across the world. (more…)
Do you know about Scouting for Food? It’s been a project of the BSA for decades. Scouts go out on one weekend, place hangers on the doors of their neighbors, and come back the following weekend to pick up the food and take it to a local food bank.
We’ll be placing door hangers on Saturday 11/4 and picking up food on Saturday 11/11. See the calendar for more details.
Calling all moms! Please join us for the annual Pack 809 Mother and Son Halloween Dance. Moms, scouts, siblings, ghosts are all welcome! Mr. Andy will be the official DJ!
Dinner and dessert will be served. We will also have allergy-free alternatives.
Costumes are encouraged. Looking forward to seeing you all on the dance floor!
For complete details and to register, go to https://pack809-halloween-dance-2017.eventbrite.com/
Join Pack 809’s Fall Campout at Mt. Diablo’s Live Oak Campground
Join us for the annual Pack 809 Fall Campout in Danville’s backyard, Mount Diablo State Park. There will be a lot of fun hiking around Rock City, looking for tarantulas, skits, s’mores and more. Join us for a great outdoor experience with your scout!! (note: moms and dads are welcome)
Your scout must be registered with Boy Scouts and have paid the registration fee to attend.
Live Oak campground is less than 30 minutes away and close to Rock City! It doesn’t get any easier for this much fun. The pack will provide all meals on Saturday and breakfast on Sunday.
Register by Sunday, October 22 and save $10 per person!
For complete details and to register, go to https://pack-809-fall-2017-campout.eventbrite.com.
Cub Scouts is designed for girls and boys in Kindergarten through 5th grade. Scouting builds character and helps develop skills that your child will use throughout their lifetime.
Pack 809 is composed of students primarily from John Baldwin Elementary and Montair Elementary schools in Danville, CA, but we welcome any child in the elementary grades. Our Pack belongs to the Meridian District of the Golden Gate Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.
Our current membership consists of approximately 45 boys and girls.
New or Transferring Scouts
Registration occurs at the beginning of each school year and continues into the Fall. There are two steps to registration for new scouts or those transferring from other packs:
- Register with the BSA
- Register with Pack 809
Not sure? Attend a Pack Meeting if you have questions. Check the News page for upcoming meetings.
For scouts returning to Pack 809 for another year, please register with the Pack.