Pack 538's
Home Page
Learn More

Cub Scout Pack 538
(Littleton, Colorado)
ScoutLander Contact Our Pack Member Login
Where Do We Meet?
Governor's Ranch Elementary

Who Can Join?
Boys in Kindergarten through 5th grades.  Older boys join Boy Scout Troops.

How Much Does it Cost?
Dues $80 per year

What Do Cub Scouts Do?
We learn new Skills!
We try new Activities!
We play Games!
We go on Trips!
We play Sports!
We do Community Service!
We explore Nature!
We go Hiking!
We enjoy the Outdoors!
We make cool Stuff!
We earn Awards!
We make new Friends!

The Pack Organization:
Cub Scout Packs are organized into a number of Dens by age group and are lead by one or more parents (Den or Webelos Leaders).  Dens typically meet once or twice per month to work on various skills and activities.  The entire Pack meets monthly typically at the school.  Packs also participate in larger District activities such as Pinewood Derbies.

Dens are organized by school grade:

Kindergarten: Lions
1st Grade: Tiger Cubs
2nd Grade: Wolves
3rd Grade: Bears
4th Grade: Blue Webelos
5th Grade: Gold Webelos

As a parent, you can be assured that Cub Scouting:
  • Encourages good citizenship
  • Teaches useful skills and physical fitness
  • Supports moral and ethical behavior
  • Offers many opportunities for self-advancement and learning
  • Provides outdoor experiences with an emphasis on safety
Parent(s) or Guardians must participate in all Lion and Tiger Cub activities and Pack meetings.  All parents are encouraged to participate in or lead Den and Pack activities.  Each Den and Pack must also provide registered adult leaders.  The Timberline District and Denver Area Council provide basic-to-advanced adult leader training at little or no cost.

As boys complete requirements, perform service projects, and participate in activities they earn badges, belt loops, pins, and beads.

The highest award in Cub Scouts is the Arrow of Light.  This award satisfies all of the joining requirements for the transition to Boy Scouting.

Pack 538
Our Pack has a long tradition of Scouting at Governor's Ranch Elementary.  In the fall of 2017 we will have about 30 returning Scouts, led by 8 adult leaders, and supported by many parent volunteers.

Boys from any grade are welcome to join Scouting.