Pack 92 is one of five Cub Scout Packs in Franklin. We are chartered by St. Mary’s. We generally represent boys from the Ben Franklin Charter School and the Parmenter Elementary School, but a boy can join any one of the five packs in town. Cub Scouting means “doing.” Everything in Cub Scouting is designed to have the boys doing things. Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting—citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Families are encouraged to participate, and parents may become registered leaders. Training is provided.
Name of ministry or group: Cub Scout Pack 92
Meeting days and times: Monthly Pack meetings, 7–8 p.m. Individual dens (small groups) meet 2-3 times a month, as per the leader’s discretion.
Location of meetings: Pack meetings are held at the St. Mary's School Hall. Den meetings are per the Den leader, but could be at a home or other meeting site.
Examples of activities or ministry’s work: Camping (day camp or overnight), hiking, crafts, community service projects, monthly theme games and skits, archery, rocket derby, pinewood derby, marching in Memorial Day parade.
Time commitment for a member: Approximately 3-4 hours a month, plus optional overnight trips and other special events
Who is eligible to join: Boys finishing kindergarten through the start of 5th grade may join. Older boys could join a Boy Scout Troup.
Contact person: Please call the rectory at 508-528-0020.