Pack 10 Cub Scouts

Pack 10 Cub Scouts
belong to the Black River District, 1 of 11 districts that make up the Occoneechee Council, Boy Scouts of America (BSA). Occoneechee Council is the largest BSA Council between Washington, DC and Atlanta, GA, and is comprised of 12 counties in North Carolina. We are charted annually by the National Council of Boy Scouts of America and abide by their policies. If you are interested in the Scouting Program, go to BeAScout.org to find a unit in your area.

Cubmaster: Eddie Lovett
Assistant Cubmaster: Archie Gunn
Assistant Cubmaster: Brian Grey


What is Cub Scouting? Plain and simple - Cub Scouting is Fun! 

The Adult Volunteer lead program offers a fun, active, and safe environment that is also family oriented so that siblings can participate in almost every event. The leadership plans and conducts events such as den meetings and pack meetings, campfires, camping trips, pinewood derby races, and various outings.

The Cub Scout Program provides opportunities for boys, grades 1 - 5, to grow and develop good values while learning skills in athletics, academics, and  outdoors skills.

Holland’s United Methodist Church (UMC) has been an important part of our community since 1812, for 200 years! As they celebrate their Bicentennial Year, they focus on celebrating the past, experiencing the present, and impac

ting the future. Holland's UMC has a very young spirit and is proud to reach out into the community to provide a Scouting ministry for the youth and adults of this rapidly growing part of Wake County! While Scouts acknowledge a fundamental belief in a supreme God, the Boys Scouts of America (BSA) does not define the specifics of any particular religion and respects all faiths according to their customs and religion. The BSA encourages its members to actively practice their own religious faith and worship. Therefore Pack 10 as part of Scouting is a nondenominational religious and educational institution, and all faiths are welcome!

Pinewood Derby - Hollandega 480

Our Pack holds our Hollandega 480 each February with a Friday race for any former, current, or "wish-they-were" Cub Scouts, and on Saturday the official Hollandega 480. It's a great time for all as the Cub Scouts race the cars they have built.

Go Play Outside Now is an awesome family friendly place to go near Garner and Clayton. Go to Go Play Outside Now to find out more information. Visit their Facebook page: Go P
lay Outside Now. If you are looking for a fun safe way to get your family outside, this is the place for you!

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  • Cub Scout Registration Nights - September 1st and any Tuesday in September! Come out Tuesday Night, September 1st for New Scout Registration Night if you are interested in Scouting. We will be registering new scouts, answering questions, and showing what scouting is ...
    Posted Aug 26, 2015, 7:51 AM by Brian Grey
  • Pancake Dinner - February 9, 2016 Please come out and support Pack 10 with our Pancake dinner. $5 per adult and $3 per child for all you can eat pancakes and sausage. 5-8 PM at ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2015, 10:56 AM by Maria Hoopes
  • Pinewood Derby The 2015 Pack 10 Pinewood Derby AKA Hollandega 480 is the weekend of 22-23 of January, 2016. Registration and Veterans' race is 22 January and the Pinewood Derby is ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2015, 10:57 AM by Maria Hoopes
  • New Scout Recruitment The New Scouts Registration is Sept 1, 2015 from 6pm-8pm.The month of September is new scout recruitment. If a Scout brings a friend that joins or helped out ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2015, 10:58 AM by Maria Hoopes
  • August 14, 2015 Campout at Kerr Lake, Satterwhite Pointe Please look in the documents section or just download the file attached below to find out information on what to pack and take with you on this fun and exciting ...
    Posted Jul 16, 2015, 11:01 AM by Maria Hoopes
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Pack 10 is honored to have supported Give Five Read Five, a Holland's UMC mission outreach. Research shows that during the summer months students lose ground in their reading ability due to lack of resources. Everyone that supported the mission collected nearly 27,000 books and as of Saturday, May 17, teachers and representatives from each school are in the process of delivering these to the children entrusted to their care! Thank you for both your help and support and for your continued prayers for this ministry, these children, their parents, and our educators who work with them.
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