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Join Today!New or Prospective Members: Check with any pack leader and they will provide you with a welcome packet with information about how our pack runs. You can aslo call or email with any questions: (267) 606-0367 or info@pack367.com.



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Fall Fest - Sunday, November 12

Posted on Oct 26 2017 - 4:03pm

fALL fESTPlease note that due to weather, Fall Fest has been rescheduled for Sunday November 12th!

Join us for a fun-filled day of Fall related activities at Musser Scout Reservation Sunday November 12th. Check in from 8:15 - 8:45, program starts with an opening ceremony at 8.50. The day ends at 4.15pm. Lunch is included. 

Activities include:
Archery, BB gun shooting, Slingshots, Apple Chucking, Giant Lawn Games
BMX Bikes, Bouldering Wall, Crafts, Scout Skills, Science
And MORE family fun activities!!!!


LINK: Map to Camp: Miller Road & Camp Road, Pennsburg, PA 18073
LINK: Online Payments

$7.00 per Adult
$22.00 per Cub Scout  (FREE to NEW Cub Scouts)
$22.00 per Sibling (grades K-5)


Posted on Oct 4 2017 - 8:13pm

Please remember to return the forms in the list below. THANK YOU to everyone who has done this!

[LINK to Fall Forms]

Having this information in a timely manner will help us keep the Pack running smoothly.

Your help is greatly appreciated!

Family Contact Form
Pack Volunteer Opportunities
BSA Medical Form (Don't forget a copy of the insurance card!)
Fall Camping Permission
Fall Fest Registration Form

Annual Dues

Posted on Oct 4 2017 - 8:12pm

Dues at Pack 367 are $100 for the 2017/2018 program year. These dues are used to pay the cost of putting the Scouts through the program for an entire year and include specific costs for national registration, a new handbook, neckerchief, and neckerchief slide provided in May for the following program year, awards the Scouts earn, and administrative sosts.

Dues for registered adult adult leaders is $26 to cover the cost of national registration.

For current youth and adut members, the full amount of dues is to be submitted by Monday, November 6, 2017. Payment can be cash, checks (payable to "NHELC-Pack 367"), credit/debit cards via the online payment link on the left side of the home page, or from any credit in the Scout's Cub Account (balances can be viewed on Scout's account at ScoutBook.com).

Dues are important to the Pack by providing resources used to create an excellent Scouting experience for your son. However, if a personal situation makes it difficult to afford these dues, please approach one of the leaders to discuss other options available to the Pack. None of the leaders want to see a boy not experience scouting because of financial matters. All requests of this nature are handled with concern, respect, and complete confidentiality. By participating in fundraisers, your son may earn credit towards his dues.

Calendar Sync

Posted on Oct 4 2017 - 8:12pm

Did you know you can sync the pack's online calendar with your personal electronic calendar? When you log on to the website, a link called "Calendar Sync" will appear in the upper left section of the home page.  Click on that link and follow the instructions there and all pack calendar events will be added to your personal electronic calendar.  Any additions or changes to the pack's online calendar will be automatically maintained on your calendar as they occur.

Lion Cubs for Kindergarteners!

Posted on Sep 28 2017 - 9:30am

Watch a Video about Lion Cubs

Lions​​Pack 367 is proud to announce that we will be continuing our participation in the Lion Pilot Program for Kindergarten aged boys; Last year, our pack was the only one within the Boyertown and Pottstown areas in Montgomery County that was selected to participate and the program went well with 10 boys participating.  Beginning in September, boys in Kindergarten (age 5 by 9/30/2017) may join the Lion pilot at Pack 367. Whether a younger brother of a member of Pack 367, or any pack or troop, or who is part of a family who has never experienced Scouting before, boys entering Kindergarten in the Fall of 2017 can now experience what Scouting has to offer.

The Lion pilot is a family-oriented program. A boy and his parent or caring adult partner will join Scouting together. A group of six to eight boys and their adult partners will meet together in a group called a den. Dens will meet approximately twice per month. They will have fun participating in den meetings and outings while making memories together.

The Lion pilot will encourage boys to learn and explore through hands-on, high-energy activities. Adult partners will take turns leading a den meeting or outing during the year. Most meetings will last approximately 45 minutes to an hour; outings may be slightly longer.

If you have questions, or if you know a boy entering Kindergarten who would like to see what Cub Scouts is all about, please forward this email to his parents or email lioncubs@pack367.com or call Cubmaster, Jim Atkins (267-228-9940) or Committee Chair, Andy Van Dyke (610-906-2220).

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