Upcoming FUN with Pack 531 !
Next Pack Meeting (ALL DENS): Monday, September 26th 6:30-7:45pm (in Uniform, No handbook Needed)
Adams Traditional Academy: 2323 W. Parkside Ln Phoenix, AZ Building B(West Bldg), use South Parking Lot
Need help or have questions? call or Text Mr. Rankin at 602-317-7814
Pack Calendar of Events: www.SCOUTBOOK.com
Catapults (left: FIRE DRAGON and right: CYCLOPS)Pics from our August 6th Event: Engineering Through Woodworking
Thank you to all the Scouts and Parents who came out and helped us build these!
PACK 531 PARENTS: we now use www.scoutbook.com for our Calendar/Events Activities/Your Scout's Advancement Records. You and your Scout can login together to track progress and stay up to date on Pack 531
Questions? call or text Cubmaster Jess Rankin 602-317-7814
Cub Scouting provides young boys(1st - 5th grade) an opportunity to learn and grow in a fun and challenging environment.
Scouts grow up to be self-reliant and dependable, worthy and caring. The Cub Scout Dens are:
·TIGER DEN – 1st Grade Boys (Dens are FULL)
·WOLF DEN – 2nd Grade Boys (Den is FULL)
·BEAR DEN – 3rd Grade Boys (Dens are FULL)
·WEBELOS DEN – 4th Grade Boys (Dens are FULL)
·ARROW OF LIGHT DEN – 5th Grade Boys (Den is FULL)
Looking for BOY SCOUTS for Grades 6-12? Check out Troop 513 at http://www.troop513.org/
Welcome to Pack 531.
We are an active family-oriented Pack chartered by Adams Traditional Academy. Our Dens meet every Monday evening from 6:30 p.m. to 7:30 p.m. during the school year. Our monthly "Pack Meeting" is usually the 4th Monday of every month.
Pack 531 - Adams Traditional Academy (ATA) - 2323 W. Parkside Lane, Phoenix, AZ 85027
(closest cross streets I-17 & Pinnacle Peak Rd)
Parents are awesome, right?! Parents help provide den and pack leadership to create a quality and exciting program. Parents also help and assist with pack/den activities throughout the year. Pack 531 parents are the best!
Our Pack has a Pack Camping trip at the beginning and at the end of the school year. The Fall Campout focuses on developing scout skills while the Spring/Summer Campout focuses on celebrating successes with a Promotion/Crossover ceremony and participating in outdoor activities.
Our Webelos/Arrow-of-Light Dens are encouraged to also have their own Den campouts throughout the year as well as meet and engage with local Boy Scout Troops to prepare for the transition to Boy Scouting.
We follow BSA guidelines and require our leaders/volunteers to complete Youth Protection Training, we follow two-deep leadership requirements and participate in den specific training. A BALOO trained leader must be present at all campouts. Our goal is to always provide a safe and secure environment for the Scouts.
We ask all Scouts and Parents to participate and support our two annual fundraising events. The main fundraiser is the Scout’s Chocolate Candy Bars Sale in November and December. The second fundraiser is the Camp Cards in January/February. These events provide funds for our awards, activities and Pack expenses. We do very limited fundraising as needed and hope to teach the boys how to present themselves when speaking in public (parents too!).
Pic from our recent Family Camping Trip
PACK 531 ROCKS!
Pack 531 encourages their Scouts to pursue STEM activities in Scouting
and earn the NOVA and SUPERNOVA Awards (for Wolves, Bears and Webelos)
Videos of fun things we have done in Pack 531:
Contact Cubmaster Jess Rankin for more info: 602-317-7814 email@example.com
Cub Scout Pack 531 is part of The Boy Scouts of America which is one of the nation's largest and most prominent values-based youth development organizations. The BSA provides a program for young people that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness.
For over a century, the BSA has helped build the future leaders of this country by combining educational activities and lifelong values with fun. The Boy Scouts of America believes — and, through over a century of experience, knows — that helping youth is a key to building a more conscientious, responsible, and productive society.
Our Pack is located in North Phoenix. Typically boys in our Cub Scout Pack 531 are from these zip codes and towns: 85027 Phoenix, 85023 Phoenix, 85024 Phoenix, 85308 Glendale, 85022 Phoenix, 85024 Phoenix, 85085 Phoenix, 85086 Anthem, 85086 Desert Hills, 85086 Tramonto, 85085 Norterra, 85085 Fireside, 85310 Glendale, Phoenix 85083, 85029 Phoenix and more. Schools: Adams Traditional Academy, Ridgeline Academy, Sonoran Foothills, Norterra Canyon, Las Brisas, Stetson Hills, Paseo Hills, Valley Academy, Reid Traditional.
Cub Scouting's Purpose
Cub Scouts is a program for boys in first through fifth grades that teaches character development in a fun and interactive atmosphere. Cub Scouting focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. The core purposes of Cub Scouting are:
|1. Character Development ||6. Respectful Relationships |
|2. Spiritual Growth ||7. Personal Achievement |
|3. Good Citizenship ||8. Friendly Service |
|4. Sportsmanship and Fitness ||9. Fun and Adventure |
|5. Family Understanding ||10. Preparation for Boy Scouts |
Pack 531 Activities from the Past Few Years:
Park Clean-Up Service Project
Hiked a Lava Field
Visited Indian Ruins
Cub Scout Olympix
Rode in a Fire Truck
Sat inside a Police SWAT Vehicle
Built a Catapult
Attended Science Technology Engineering Math(STEM) Day Camp
Designed, Cut, Painted and Raced Pinewood Derby Cars
Visited Set of Channel 12 News
Built a Campfire
Performed Silly Skits
Collected Hundreds of Pounds of Food for Arizona Families in Need
Biked on a Desert Trail
Fired a Rifle Safely
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times:
To keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake, and morally straight.
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