Cub Scouts Pack 6 - Chesapeake VA

Welcome to the Cub Scout Pack 6 Homepage !!

Pack 6 is part of the Tidewater Council, Three Rivers District, located in Chesapeake Virginia. Pack 6 is a thriving Pack, with a rich 40 year history of helping to mold the leaders of tomorrow. We are chartered by Great Bridge Baptist Church located at 640 Battlefield South directly across from the Hickory/Great Bridge YMCA.

Pack 6 Spring 2015 Campout

The Pack 6 2015 Spring Family Campout and Graduation will be at on May 30th weekend at First Landing State Park and Campground near 64th Street in Virginia Beach.

To Register and see the weekend schedule:

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This Website was created to provide both parents and Pack Leaders with information about Pack 6. The Calendar tab shows the schedule of events for our entire Scouting Year. The Pack Tool Box contains very useful information about the Cub Scouting program. Please take time to look over the site and you will find many of your questions about Scouting answered in these pages. If you can't find the answer here, ask your Den Leaders. They can always point you in the right direction.

Please check out the Pack Calendar for the latest meeting and event details.

Today the Pack consists of 8 dens (consisting of 8-12 boys) with an average total of 75-85 Scouts and 20-25 Adult Leaders. Most of the boys in our Pack are students from Great Bridge Primary, Cedar Road Elementary, Southeastern Elementary and Great Bridge Intermediate schools.

The Scouts meet regularly on Monday nights to conduct Den activities. On the fourth Monday of the month, all the Scouts and their family members gather for a Pack Meeting. During the course of the year, Pack 6 conducts major activities such as the Blue and Gold Banquet, the Pinewood Derby, various fundraisers, service events, competitive events and social activities. Boy Scout Troop 6, also chartered by Great Bridge Baptist Church, is closely affiliated with the Pack and many of the boys who "graduate" from Cub Scouts join Troop 6 as Boy Scouts.

All parents are highly encouraged to become involved. The leaders need your help in supervising the boys, running activities and in the administrative needs of the Den and the Pack. Simply put, parental involvement is the key element in the ultimate success, or failure, of the Pack and - more importantly - of your son and the enjoyment and rewards he can achieve in Scouting.

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