Unit Logo
» Pack Calendar At-A-Glance








SCHEDULE



Find
Pack 358
on
Facebook










Click for Walnut Creek, California Forecast





 


to
Pack 358






December Pack Meeting 
Monday, December 15


Please remember we intend to get the meeting underway for 6:30pm. 
We ask the boys and their Akela be here by 6:15pm. 
This leaves enough time for the boys to get signed in and settled down.

Den Leaders and parents - be sure to check the
duty roster and the description of jobs so your den can be prepared.

 

 

 


Interested in Scouting?
 
Cub Scout Pack 358 serves the Barrington, NH community and is chartered by American Legion Post 114. Members of the Pack come from Barrington Elementary School and home schoolers.  You do not have to live in Barrington to join our pack.
You don't need to wait until September to join Scouting.  Come check it all out.  Our Pack meets the 3rd Monday of the month - September through May.  Meetings are held at the Barrington Elementary School and begin at 6:30pm.

Contact us at:



Click on image above for the training opportunities available.




PACK 358 offers a
QUALITY PROGRAM


Journey to Excellence



Centennial Quality Unit Award
2007 - 2010
 

Quality Unit Award
2007
 

CUB CORNER

Come check out the contests, games, give-aways, and
other fun stuff --

JUST FOR THE BOYS!

Click the image to go to
Cub Corner!


Volunteer Opportunities...
Scouting is a family adventure!  We need our families to become involved in the planning and execution of events for our boys.  Currently, we are looking for volunteers for the following positions:  
  • Pack Committee members
  • decorating holiday parade float
  • pinewood derby race day
  • planning Blue & Gold banquet
  • planning spring camping weekend
If you are interested in helping at one of the events, please see the Cubmaster.

We all need to help the Pack go.

 




Youth Protection & Adult Leadership

The BSA has adopted the following policies to provide additional security for our members. These policies are primarily for the protection of our youth members; however, they also serve to protect our adult leaders from false accusations of abuse.   Among them are:

  • Two-deep leadership
  • No one-on-one contact
  • Separate accommodations
The full text of these guidelines can be found in the Guide to Safe Scouting.

Youth Protection Training

This training covers the BSA's Youth Protection policies, kinds of abuse, signs of abuse, how to respond to disclosure of abuse, and proper reporting procedures. It does so by taking you through situations that require choices and produce consequences.

We encourage ALL the pack's parents to take the time to review this training. 
We require Webelos parents attending a den overnight to complete it.  It's available on-line at no cost. It will take about 30 minutes.    To access this training, go to BSA's Online Learning Center.