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Pack 117 from Westampton, NJ!

ALL DEN Meetings are every 1st and 3rd Tuesday

Pack meetings are every 3rd Friday

Westampton Recreation Center

7:00 PM

Pack 117 Scouts always "Do their best!" and are proud of their accomplishments. Pack 117 is chartered through the Westampton Recreation Department. We abide by their mission statement: To enhance the quality of life in Westampton Township by developing and maintaining year-round sports and non-sports programs and providing the best possible recreation facilities for our residents and those in the surrounding communities. 

We build character:
• Scout Motto
• Scout Oath
• Scout Law

We learn skills that last a life time:
• To be leaders
• Cooperation and team work
• Citizenship
• Being healthy
• Organization and planning
We learn good sportsmanship:
• Camping
• Hiking
• Rain gutter regatta
• Pinewood derby
• Space Derby
• Dessert Contests
We give back to our community:
• Community and school clean-up
• Food drives
• Clothing drives
• Holiday cards for the military
• Caroling in local nursing homes

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Happy New Year!

Posted on Dec 31 2016 - 11:46pm


Happy Holidays

Posted on Dec 25 2016 - 1:06am

No Bears or Webelos meetings on Tuesday, December 27

2017 Dues and Registration

Posted on Dec 11 2016 - 1:52am

Dues are Do!

Let's Make the Pack Great Again!

Posted on Dec 11 2016 - 1:47am


Caroling at Brookdale

Posted on Dec 11 2016 - 1:36am

Space Derby Race, November 18th

Posted on Nov 6 2016 - 2:44pm
The Space Derby is similar to the pinewood derby except that the models are miniature "rockets," propeller driven and powered by three rubber bands - that travel along a heavy monofilament fishing line. The rockets are blocks of balsa wood that are carved by the boys, with guidance from their parents or other family members. The Cub Scout then glues fins to the rocket. The Cub Scout puts a rubber band powered propeller on it, which needs to be wound. The Scout then races his rocket against other Scouts down a track of fishing line. The rockets are built from kits that are provided by your leaders. If you need a replacement kit, see your leader or pick one up at the Rowan Scout Store.

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