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As a member of the Timber Wolf Pack, your child will participate in activities which will build their confidence and give them opportunities for adventure. The program is built on learning by doing and trying new things, with an emphasis on active outdoor activities.

The program is based on The Wolf Cub’s Handbook by Baden-Powell. The badge system is based on Tenderpad to Second Star. New members are called “New Chums” and are quickly invested, becoming Tenderpads. Then they progress then from First Star to Second Star. Finally, the highest award is the Leaping Wolf Badge.

The Pack has meetings once a week for one-and-a-half hours. Pack meetings begin with an opening "Grand Howl". This is followed by an active game, crafts, learning skills, and other activities before the closing ceremony. Some meetings are held off-site, such as rock climbing, archery, and other activities.

The Pack has three weekend camps per year, in fall, winter, and spring. There is also a week-long Pack summer camp available.

The theme for the program is The Jungle Book by Rudyard Kipling. This theme is used in Pack ceremonies and the Scouters get jungle names such as Akela (the Old Wolf) and Baloo (the Bear).


  • Archery
  • Badgework
  • Campfires
  • Camping
  • Crafts
  • Games
  • Stories


"Do Your Best"