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Welcome to the website for Cub Scout Pack 127 of Gambrills, Maryland.  

Pack 127 is an active group of boys, girls, and parents with a quality year round program.  The Pack recruits scouts from the area served by St. Joseph Catholic Church-Odenton, our Charter Organization.  This includes boys and girls from the School of the Incarnation, Four Seasons, Piney Orchard, and Waugh Chapel elementary schools. With over 75 active boys, girls and parent support we have great fun in activities ranging from;
  • Den Activities:   arts & crafts,   games,    hikes,    outings,     rockets,    rock climbing,    ecology,    knots,    whittling,     & more ....
  • Pack Activities:   Pine Wood Derby,   Hay Rides,    Spring & Fall Camping,   Service Projects,    Camp Fires, Raingutter Regatta,   & more ...
  • District ActivitiesSummer Day Camp (BBs, archery, fishing, crafts, games, etc.),  Scouting Olympics,  Highland Games, Discounts, & more ...
  • Council Activities: Summer Resident Camp at Broadcreek Memorial Scout Reservation

Pack 127 meets most Tuesdays at 7:00 PM at the School of the Incarnation, 2601 Symphony Lane, Gambrills, Maryland.  Our meetings usually run one hour.    The pack is in the Four Rivers District of the Baltimore Area Council..

1) We are about creating fun for the boys that builds character, develops camaraderie, expands their horizons, and fosters achievement!

2) We are an all volunteer organization dependent upon your parental participation and willingness to give a little of your time.

3) Healthy Packs grow and we are always recruiting for new Scouts.  Please refer interested boys/parents to us for information.

Yours in Scouting,

Mike Quirk, Cub Master Pack 127

  

New Scouts - Interested Boys, Girls & Parents

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Covid 19 and Scouting

Posted on Mar 28 2020 - 9:21am

As we all come to grips with the new normal in our lives; you should know that the Pack leadership has had a few discussions on how to deliver a great program to your scouts.  You should know that the safety and health of your Scouts and their families is foremost in our minds.  And that you should only do what you feel is comfortable and right for your family.  While we can't meet in person there are things we can do.  Look for your den leaders to reach out to schedule virtual den meetings, perhaps a Mario Cart online competition, or maybe just touch base with you to see how things are going.  There are any number of resources out there to help you continue your Scout's journey.  A few are listed here:  I especially recommend the first one.

Keeping Pack 127 Growing and Healthy

Posted on Mar 26 2020 - 8:12pm

As we head into the spring we have quite a few holes to fill in our leadership team.  We are hoping that you will consider one of these positions. We will need to fill the following positions:

Youth Protection

Posted on Mar 16 2020 - 5:23pm

All adult leaders who work directly with youth  must complete BSA's Youth Protection Training (YPT).  We are required to have a registered female over 21 who has completed YPT in each activity where girls are present.  We don't want to have to turn a young scout away because we don't have the necessary leadership in place.  Go to my.scouting.org, create an account, and take YPT (on the upper right portion of your screen, is a red round circle about 3"), click that and away you go. 

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