Who can join? Boys in grades 1st -5th grades

What do Cub Scouts do? Cub Scouts learn by doing. You can learn to tie knits, set up a tent or cook a meal on a campfire. You may also build a birdhouse, spend the night at the zoo, or hike at a nature preserve. You will learn how to help your community around you and make friends while doing it. Plus, you earn rewards for doing these FUN things in CUB SCOUTS.

Where can I get more info? Visit Cub or email our den leaders at:

When you join Pack 3518 you will become a registered member of this website. You will then have full access to the content on this site and you will receive a Weekly Newsletter via email called Pack 3518 EBlast!  It will highlight new items on the website, announcements, upcoming meetings and events, and more!

Monday, September 12th - Uniform Day at School

Posted on Sep 3 2016 - 12:29pm

The Great Trail Council is sponsoring its fall Uniform Day!  All Cub Scouts who wear their uniform - uniform shirt and neckerchief - to school on Monday, September 12th will receive a patch at our September 22nd Pack Meeting.     Please be sure that the boys are wearing their uniform completely and correctly so they show only the best of Scouting that da.  Sharp-loking uniforms make the difference.   For those with questions on how to wear their uniforms, please consult your Cub Scout Handbook.  We will also be having a uniform inspection at the Thursday, September 8th Bear Den Meeting.   You are welcome to ask questions at that time as well.

September 30th - October 1st: Cub Adventure Camp- REGISTER BY SEPTEMBER 8th (DEADLINE EXTENDED)

Posted on Aug 24 2016 - 11:03pm

The Chippewa District is hosting its Fall Cub Adventure Camp this year at Camp Manatoc from Friday, September 30th to Saturday, October 1st.  While prior years involved us camping in tents, this year we will be camping in rustic cabins. Activities will include BB guns, archery, and other experiences.  The cost is $40.00 per person (camper).  Adventure Camp is for registered Scouts 1st to 5th grade. While Tiger cubs must have at least one parent present, we feel that this is a good parent/cub event regardless of the cub's rank.   To get an initial head count for the event, we have set up a registration link on the pack website.  For those interested in attending, we will be registering as a Pack. Herb Dean will be collecting registrations until Thursday, September 8th (Deadline Extended).   Please provide registration information, money, and medical part A and B forms to him by that time.  More information about this event can be found on the Pack calendar.  If you have any questions, please contact Herb Dean at 216-337-1214 or

October 29th BALOO - Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation - Registration Deadline: October 26th

Posted on Aug 11 2016 - 12:30am

In order for our Pack to go camping on our own, we need adults who are BALOO - Basic Adult Leader Outdoor Orientation - trained.  October 29th, the Great Trail Council has scheduled a BALOO session.  These sessions are scheduled only once or twice per year.   This is a full day course; however, it is interesting and fun.   Registration for this event can be found here: If you register before October 21st, the fee is $16. The fee is $21 afterwards.  Deadline to register is October 26th.

NASA - Cub Scout Requirements & Electives

Posted on Apr 20 2010 - 11:42am

Check out the "Space Place" for activities to satisfy Requirements & Electives!

Forgot Pack Website Password?

Posted on Apr 14 2010 - 5:01pm

You can "reset" your lost/forgotten password at any time!

A Note about "Den Filters"...

Posted on Aug 26 2009 - 7:11am

Throughout the website, you will see in (Blue) items that refer to "Pack", "Committee", "Den 1", etc...

You can also choose (in the left margin - "Den Filter") which you want to see (or leave blank to see all announcements, events, etc).

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