Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 448
Trinity United Methodist Church
2303 Jones Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN
Round Up Meeting
Cub Scout Pack 448
Trinity United Methodist Church
2303 Jones Boulavard
Murfreesboro, TN 37129
Trinity United Methodist Church is conducting a Cub Scout Round Up with a family dinner, Pack Meeting and parent orientation.
On Monday Sept. 10, 2018 families with Cub Scout age boys are invited to come to Trinity United Methodist Church. Our Men’s Club will prepare dinner to be served to all family members starting at 6:00 PM.
From 6:30 to 7:30 PM there will be a Cub Scout Pack activity for Boys who are enrolled in K through 5th grade. We will have a nursery and Child care for siblings who are not eligible to be Cub Scouts. A Cub Scout Pack is organized into 6 Cub Scout Den’s. Lion Cub – K, Tiger Cub-1st grade, Wolf-2nd Grade, Bear-3rd Grade, Webelos I-4th Grade, and Webelos II-5th grade.
Parents will be meeting with the Pack Cub Master, Pack Committee Chair, and the Trinity Organization Representative. During this meeting we will provide general information about the Cub Scout Program to include Youth and Adult Registration and fees, Cub Scout Den and Pack meetings, and opportunity to ask questions about the program.
The following web links provide additional information about Boy Scouts of America’s Cub Scouting Program:
For more information please feel free to contact the following:
Jim Whitehead, Charter Organization Representative 615-809-6367
Fred Brewer, Pack 448 Cub Master, 615-653-2992
Debra Johnson, Pack 448 Committee Chair, 615-946-8332
Do Your Best. Have Fun Doing It.
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