The Campfire

When you join the Boy Scouts of America, Scouting is like an extension of your family: It follows your values, it sees to the overall care and well-being of your child, and it’s always there for you. It’s not an either/or choice you have to make for your child. It works with you to let you manage your time and other activities and will always be there when you return.  We have provided some helpful guides to get you acquainted with some of the bigger events we participate in as a Pack. If you have any questions, please contact our leaders or join us on FaceBook
The Bovay Scout Ranch  is located just south of Navasota and is a favorite camping spot for Pack 350 to kick off the new Scout Year (the school year).  The boys have a chance to experience the first camping trip of the season with the wonderful organized activities that help them achieve new awards and advancements.  […]

Camping at Bovay

One of the biggest questions that new or perspective Cub Scout parents have after “what is required of my child” is “what is required of me?”  What is required of your scout is fairly straight forward, the requirements can be found here.  What is required of you the parents isn’t quite as straight forward, but […]

What Can Be Expected (As A New Cub Scout Parent)