Do Your Best!

Why join Scouts?

As a worldwide brotherhood, Scouting is unique. It is based on the principles of loving and serving God, of human dignity and the rights of individuals, and of recognizing the obligation of members to develop and use their potential. It is a movement dedicated to bringing out the best in people. Cub Scouting doesn't emphasize winning as an end result, but rather the far more demanding task of doing one's best.

When Scouting can help nurture courage and kindness and allow children to play, to laugh, to develop their imaginations, and to express their feelings, then we will have helped them grow. We want children to become useful and stable individuals who are aware of their own potential. Helping a child learn the value of their own worth is one of the greatest gifts we can give them.

So what are some benefits of Scouting?

  • Scouting is fun!

  • Scouting has ideals.

  • Scouting strengthens families.

  • Scouting helps children develop interests and skills.

  • Scouting provides adventure.

  • Scouting has an advancement plan.

  • Scouting creates fellowship.

  • Scouting promotes diversity.

  • Scouting teaches duty to God and Country.

  • Scouting provides a year-round program.

  • Scouting is a positive place.


  • Pinewood Derby

    Saturday, January 26

    Pack 414's annual Pinewood Derby at Economy Elementary. Registration starts at 8:30 am, races begin at 9 am.

  • Scout Sunday

    Sunday, January 3rd

    Come celebrate Scouting in America by joining our Charter organization, Rehoboth Evangelical Lutheran Church, for a service and presentation of our Charter. Meet at 10 am in the social hall, service starts at 10:30 am.

  • Cub Scout Yukon

    Saturday, February 9th, Camp Agawam, registration starts at 8:30 am.

    Hunt for Sasquatch and make your own walking stick at this winter Cub Scout event. Sign up here by February 1st.

  • Blue and Gold Banquet

    Pack 414's annual celebration of our Pack and of scouting. Join us for dinner, carnival games presented by the Bear Den, and fellowship. Ambridge Sportsman's Club, doors open at 3:15 am. Sign up here by February 1st.