Cub Scout Pack 326
Cub Scout Pack 326 was chartered in 1966 by the Knights of Columbus Hohman Council #5253, which continues its sponsorship today. The pack is made up of nearly 40 boys from 1st through 5th grade along with the many volunteers to support our activities. Pack 326 was recognized with a Certificate of Merit for the Bishop’s Pack Award in January 2015.
The Cub Scout program is uniquely designed to meet the needs of young boys and their families. Cub Scouting meets these needs through offering fun and challenging experiences that boys and families do together. Such experiences range from learning how to cook, camp, hike, and swim to properly caring for animals or using hand tools to complete small projects. Perhaps as important, Cub Scouts learn skills alongside other boys their age. The boys work together, play together, challenge one another, and encourage one another in safe environments and in activities that promote strong values and character. For more information, please contact us using our form below.
Pack 326 Cubmaster
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2016: Seeking Pack 326 Alumni
As we prepare to celebrate our 50th anniversary we are seeking cub scouts that were once a part of the pack. In addition, we are putting together a list of all those that continued through Boy Scouts and earned their Eagle Scout rank. Please contact us through our form below if you are one of these individuals, or forward this information along to one you know.
The pack supports two fundraisers each year including the Boy Scout Popcorn Sale from September-November and our Pack’s Mulch Sale from March-April. Monies earned from these fundraisers help the pack keep scouting affordable for families. The proceeds will help pay for scout awards and achievements, pack lock-in, Blue & Gold banquet, camping, pack supplies, leader training, Donut Sunday and much more.
- Adult Volunteers Needed? Yes
- Adult Volunteer Age Adult volunteers over age 21 are needed to act as den leaders, to chaperone events, and/or to help share activities and learning opportunities with young cub scouts. Adults working in environments with children under the age of 18 are required to have BCI with fingerprinting and complete a Protecting God's Children workshop. Please access more information at Protecting God's Children.