Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 448

Trinity United Methodist Church
2303 Jones Blvd. Murfreesboro, TN

Since 1961, the United Methodist Men of Trinity United Methodist Church have actively supported and chartered BSA Troop 448 and Pack 448. This tradition has resulted in 59 young men earning the highest rank of Eagle Scout while having fun, becoming leaders, and experiencing a journey of a lifetime.

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Cub Scouts
Do Your Best. Have Fun Doing It.

The best way to find out what you do best is to do it. Swing a bat. Pitch a tent. Build a pinewood derby car. Cub Scouts are at that magical age where everything is new and possible and, most important, fun. They live in a world of “firsts”—first home run, first campfire, first checkered flag—where their game plan is their imagination. Their most valuable reward is the friends they make for life and a parent’s proud smile. These are invaluable experiences that can be had in Scouting. These are life lessons that transform today’s Cub Scouts into tomorrow’s Boy Scouts.

Recent Pack News

Pack Kickoff Meeting

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 Thursday September 29, 2016...

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Northfield Roundup

Northfield Elementary Scout Registration 6:00 pm Sept. 28, 2016 Northfield Elementary is a short walk from Pack 448's meeting place at Trinity United Methodist Church.  On Sept. 28, 2016 at 6:00 pm there will be a meeting at the school with boys from grades 1 through...

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Recent Cub Scout News

Cub Scouts Welcomes Girls to Expanded Programs

Cub Scouts is thrilled to bring the benefits of Scouting to more kids than ever! Beginning in the fall of 2018, Cub Scouts will be available for girls and boys. This means even more youth will have access to the character development and values-based leadership that...

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6 Activities You’ll Remember if You Grew Up in Scouting

From outdoor fun to Scout style, if you grew up in Scouting, your mind probably brims with nostalgia for some of your favorite adventures. Here are a few Scouting milestones you’ll definitely remember from your time in Scouts: Pinewood Derby – This is what we hear...

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#ShareScouting to Win a $100 Gift Card for the Scout Shop!

Is your camera roll packed with photos of the pack? Do you love sharing updates about your Scout on social media? Now through October 6, you could win a $100 gift card to the Scout Shop when you share your Scouting story with friends and family via Facebook,...

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5 More Camping Recipes to Cook in Oranges

When we shared our recipe for how to make a brownie in an orange, you responded with tons of your own camping recipes and reviews for the sweet and savory treats oranges can house! So we’re working our way through your list of camping delicacies as we head outdoors...

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Recent Boy’s Life Articles

How Do You Clean a Bugle?

Q: How do you clean a bugle that hasn’t been used for several years? — Michael, Cold Spring Harbor, New York A: Dunk the bugle in soapy water and lightly scrub the outside with a washcloth. To clean hard-to-reach places inside, use a flexible cleaning brush, often...

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How to Make a Paper Tube Flashlight

Learn how electricity works — safely — by building this DIY flashlight. WHAT YOU NEED TO BUILD A FLASHLIGHT 3-volt flashlight bulb Two D batteries Two 5-inch No. 22 insulated copper wires with at least 1/2-inch insulation stripped off ends Pocketknife, utility knife...

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How to Determine Distance On a Map

A map and compass bearing can point you in the direction you wish to travel, but don’t forget to also calculate the length of your route. For that, you can use the distance ruler — or bar scale — in the map’s bottom margin. 1. Place one end of a piece of string on the...

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Backpacking the Mad River: A Decades-Old Scouting Tradition

The Scouts of Troop 27 in Eureka, California, approach the edge of the river with both caution and confidence. They’ve done this before. In fact, some of the older Scouts have done this many, many times before. But that doesn’t mean they take anything for granted....

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How to Roast a Turkey on a Tripod

Troop 66 uses a tripod to roast some of their turkeys at their annual Thanksgiving campout. Here’s how they do it. 1. Set up a metal tripod. Place three wire mesh cylinders (to serve as coal towers) attached to metal rods in between legs of tripods. 2. Cover ground...

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Cub Scout Pack 448

Cub Scout Pack 448

Northfield Elementary School