Lion Den - Kindergarten

The Lion den is an age appropriate introduction to scouting where Scouts develop new skills and build character.

Tiger Den - 1st Grade

Scouts participate with their adult partners. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, and family understanding.

Wolf Den - 2nd Grade

Scouts will learn more about staying healthy, knowing their home and community, tools for fixing and building, cooking healthy, being safe, making good choices, and much more. 

Bear Den - 3rd Grade

The Bear program relies heavily on family involvement, but you will see this gradually change with the Scout doing more with the den and more individual direction as he or she graduates to Webelos.

Webelos Den - 4th Grade

Webelos is a program for 4th grade Scouts to prepare to join a Boy Scout troop while learning outdoor skills and participating in 20 different activity badges.

Arrow of Light - 5th grade

This Den is a gradual change from being an 'adult-run' den to being a 'Scout-run' patrol ready to fit right into an adventurous scouting troop.


On My Honor I Will Do My Best To Do My Duty To God And My Country And To Obey The Scout Law; To Help Other People At All Times; To Keep Myself Physically Strong, Mentally Awake, And Morally Straight”
          -Cub Scout Oath

Cub Scouting is a family program designed for boys and girls in kindergarten through 5thgrades. Cub Scout Pack 90 serves the Shrewsbury, Glen Rock and New Freedom communities.  We offer activities that highlight character and leadership.  Scouting is designed to develop physical, mental and emotional fitness. Fitness includes a healthy body, healthy mind that is able to think and solve problems, and healthy emotions that exercise self-control, courage and self-respect.  Pack 90 follows the Southern York County School District school calendar and meets August through May, with planned summer activities for all Scouts.

“Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, Reverent”
        -Cub Scout Law

Cub Scouting offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development, leadership, physical fitness, community and family.  We use community service projects, games, adventures, ceremonies, campouts and many other activities to guide boys and girls through the core values of Scouting and give them a sense of personal achievement.  With positive peer group interaction and parental guidance, Scouts also learn honesty, courage and respect.  The more involved you become, the more you and your child will get out of the Cob Scouting experience.

“Do Your Best”
         -Cub Scout Motto

The impact of Scouting cannot be denied.  Studies have shown that Scouts are more likely to:

  • Have higher levels of planning and preparation skills, be goal-oriented, and network with others
  • Be in a leadership position at their place of employment or local community
  • Report having closer relationships with family and friends
  • Volunteer
  • Donate money to charities
  • Work with others to improve their communities

Did you know that:

  • 181 former Scouts became NASA astronauts including Neil Armstrong?
  • 91% of Scouts completed high school, compared with 87% who were never Scouts, and 35% of Scouts earn college degrees, compared with 19% of non-Scouts?
  • More than 2/3 of Scouts say there have been real life situations where Scout experience helped them to be a better leader?

Give your child a priceless gift by joining Cub Scouts today!  The time you devote now will make a difference in who they become tomorrow.


Is your child interested in Scouting?

Our family-friendly adventures and activities are enjoyable and educational for the whole family. Contact us today and we can answer any questions you have.