Cub Scout Pack 9, Seattle

We are based at St. Joseph Parish in the Capitol Hill neighborhood of Seattle.

Pack 9 FAQ

What is a pack?

A pack is a group of Scouts in grades K-5.  The pack is made up of dens which are grade specific groups, usually each grade forms a den. The pack and dens are lead by parent volunteers who receive training from the national Scouts BSA organization.

Who can join Cub Scouts?

Cub Scouting is open to boys and girls in Kindergarten - 5th grade. Our pack includes Scouts from different neighborhoods and schools in around Seattle.

How do I join?

We are excited to start the 2019-2020 scouting year in Sept. Please send us a message using the contact form. One of our volunteer scout leaders will be in touch with details on our next events. Visit our join page for further details.

What are your activities?

Camping, hiking, learning to use tools, community service (assembling hygiene kits for homeless, singing at tent city), racing model cars, building bristle bots, visiting law enforcement offices and a fire station are a few of the activities our scouts have done this year.

When does your pack meet?

Our Scouts meet three times per month. Please see our calendar for specifics. One meeting is the Pack meeting, which includes scouts from all the age groups. Two other meetings are with their Den. (Age specific group)

Where do you meet?

Our monthly Pack meeting is at St. Joseph School in the Capitol Hill neighborhood. The den meetings can vary in location depending on the activity. (Our pack is sponsored by St. Joseph Parish, but Scouts do not need to be students at St. Joe's to join pack 9.)

Recent Pack 9 Event Highlights

Visiting Seattle's Fire Station 34.
Performing a flag retirement ceremony at a senior living facility in Seattle. Learning about and participating in our community is a key part of Scouting.
Exploring The Alaskan Way Viaduct replacement tunnel, also known as the SR 99 Tunnel during the opening day celebration.
Learning how to make the most effective scribble bot.
Competing with over a hundred other Scouts from around Seattle in the district Pinewood Derby. Pinewood Derby, where scouts craft a small simple car that races on a sloped track, is a chance to learn about many aspects of STEM.
As a capstone to the year, we participated in a two night campout at camp Edward in Monroe.


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