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Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 202 - located in Cary, NC

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We are so excited that you are interested in Scouting!

Pack 202 is for both boys and girls in K - 5th Grades and conveniently serves residents in the Cary, Apex, and Holly Springs area. We have many fun activities throughout the year, including camping, bike rodeos, monthly hikes, fishing, and lots of other FUN activities! We also participate in many special events, such as the annual Pinewood Derby, annual dessert Bake-Off, community service projects, annual Apex Christmas Parade, lots of STEM events, and a Religious Program.  In the summer we also enjoy various activities such as Movies in the Moonlight at Koka Booth Amphitheater, Wake County Speedway Racing, Minor League Baseball outings, and the End of Summer Picnic.  

Pack 202 also plans a large end of the year trip, which has included sleeping on the USS Yorktown Air Craft Carrier (Charleston, SC) and Sleeping with the Fish (Pine Knoll Shores Aquarium).  Our pack is very family oriented and we welcome all parents and siblings to all meetings.  

Pack 202 meets on Thursday nights from 6:45-8:00 at St. Francis United Methodist Church on Kildaire Farm Road just north of Penny Road. If you are interested in joining our pack or just visiting one of our meetings then please send us an email by clicking the button below!

 

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Sixth Day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Kind - By Joyce Olesen - Dec 19, 2016

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:13pm

The sixth day of the 12 days of a Scout Christmas reminds us that a Scout is kind. To be kind means you are generous, affectionate and considerate. You show forth kindness when you serve others with pure love and understanding.

Fifth Day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Courteous - By Darryl Alder - Dec 18, 2015

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:12pm

This fifth day of Scout Christmas reminds a Scout to be courteous. As we celebrate this season let’s remember a Scout is polite to everyone regardless of age or position. A scout knows that using good manners makes it easier for people to get along, something that can be difficult in the hustle and bustle of shopping.

Fourth Day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Friendly - By Melany Gardner - Dec 17, 2015

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:11pm

The fourth day of Scout Christmas reminds a Scout to be friendly. A Scout is a friend to all. He/she is a sibling to other Scouts. A scoutoffers their friendship to people of all races and nations, and respects them even if their beliefs and customs are different from their own. To celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, who was the perfect example of unfettered friendship with those who were cast aside by others, may we Scouts remember to be a friend to all and show our friendship through love and kindness.

Third Day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Helpful— By Aubrey Carpenter - Dec 16, 2015

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:09pm

The third day of Scout Christmas reminds a Scout to be helpful. A Scout cares about other people. He/she willingly volunteers to help others without expecting payment or reward. As we commemorate the birth of Christ, who spent His entire life engaged in selfless service, let us find ways to be helpful every day. Here are two stories of people selflessly helping others:

Second Day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Loyal - By Maria Milligan - Dec 15, 2015

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:09pm

The second day of Scout Christmas reminds a Scout to be loyal. A Scout is true to his family, friends, Scout leaders, school, and nation. To be loyal is to be faithful. The Christmas story is full of loyalty and faithfulness. Joseph remained loyal to Mary when she told him her news. The wise men remained loyal to Christ and didn’t report back to Herod. And now we are reminded to remain loyal to the precepts Christ taught throughout His life.

First day of a Scout Christmas - A Scout is Trustworthy - By Darryl Alder - Dec 14, 2015

Posted on Dec 18 2018 - 7:08pm

The first day of Scout Christmas reminds a Scout to be trustworthy. We have all heard boys say “Scout’s honor” as they promise to do something. This phrase carries with it the weight of the Scout oath and law. When a scout promises on his/her Scout’s honor to do something, it should dispel all doubt and prove that they will, indeed, accomplish that thing. Even today, you can hear the phrase “Scout’s honor” in popular culture and everyday speech. Every Scout should live up to their Scout’s honor so this phrase maintains its meaning. Living up to your Scout’s honor means being trustworthy in everything you do and say.

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