A proud member of the Harvest District of the Pennsylvania Dutch Council of the Boy Scouts of America. Chartered since March 1958; Located in Manheim Township, Lancaster County, Pennsylvania.


Scouter Sunday 1 week away!

Hey Pack 184, Scouter Sunday is only about 1 week away.  April 26th at St. Thomas.
Please contact your den leaders at let them know who can attend.  We want to represent 184 in a positive way, so please try to attend.
The scouts will act as greeters, ushers, and we will also have a color guard for flag ceremony.
During the service we will present the card and money we raised to Father Currier's family on behalf of Pack 184.
Following the service they will have a lunch for us and then we can help with their spring clean up, then need a head count so that they have enough food.

Arrive at St. Thomas at 9:30 to get your job assignment.
Dress in Class A uniform
Service begins at 10am - 11am.

If you cannot attend the Scouter Sunday, please try and attend the clean up around Noon.

Bring a change of clothes for after the service, for working outside.

This is a great way to show the parish of St. Thomas how great 184 is and how much we appreciate their support as the charter organization.  Without them, the pack would not exist.


Scouter Sunday! Save the Date 4/26

April 26th 930am at St. Thomas Church
Save the date!  We will have Scouter Sunday with St. Thomas.
Scouts will participate in the ceremony and present Father Currier's family with the money we raised at Pinewood Derby.
Following the service there will be a free lunch hosted by the Church and then we can help with their spring clean up.
We will need scout representatives to participate in the Service so please make note of it on your calendars.
Den leaders should start coordinating who will be at the service. 
If you cannot attend the Scouter Sunday service, please try and come around noon and help with some spring clean up outside the church, put down mulch and plant flowers.
More details to come.  For now, please mark it down on your calendar and plan to attend!


Hershey Bears Update. Event in 1 week (3/27)

Reminder Hershey Bears game is 3/27.
For those sleeping over here is what to expect:

Hershey requests that campers should bring a sleeping bag, pillow, and ONE ADDITIONAL BAG which should contain the packing list below:

  • Change of clothing / Pajamas
  • Toiletries
  • MATTRESS PAD--we will be sleeping on a concrete floor.
  • Cell Phone charger for the adults
  • Ear plugs and eye covering(optional) (for adults to help you get some sleep, if desired)--some of the hall lights will be on for safety--you do not need flashlights.
  • Ice Skates - If you have your own skates you should bring them with you into the arena during the game and store them under your seat.  Do not leave your skates with your camping gear.  If you do not own skates they have loaner skates, but there is a line to get them.
  • Spending money
  • Your food voucher and game tickets, parking pass.

Mark all your bags with tape on the outside and include your last name and Pack 184.

Scouts should leave their electronic devices AT HOME.

General Itinerary for campers:

1.  Overnight campers should display their Parking Pass in the front window.
2.  When you pull into the Hershey Park entrance, stay in the right lane.  If you display the overnight camping parking pass you will be directed to an access driveway that leads to the rear of the stadium. This is where you will drop off you camping gear (other than your skates).
3.  After you drop your gear off, you will be directed to park.
4.  Carry your skates, food voucher, and tickets and enter the arena for the game.
5.  Following the game, there will be a Mandatory Orientation just stay in your seats unless directed otherwise.
6.  Ice Skating
7.  After Ice Skating you will be directed downstairs to grab your camping gear and set up camp out in the outer walkway.
8.  Once you make camp, they will have a movie and late night snack in the main arena--typically ending at 1 or 2 AM.
9.  Breakfast is available in the morning.

PARKING PASSES for overnight campers will be available to Pick UP at the Monday 3/23 Pack meeting.

Monday 3/23 Pack Meeting

This Monday is the next Pack meeting for 184.
The Scout Value for March is Compassion.
Compassion for and acceptance of those with disabilities.
We will be visited by Bryan Johnston and his K Pets therapy dog, Lucky!
We also have a fun "Seeing eye Dog" game planned to end the night.
See you all on Monday!


Thank you Doug!

Thank you, Doug, for being a great Cubmaster!  You will be missed.
Thank you, Mike Carney, for your leadership in stepping into your new role as Cubmaster for 184!
Thank you to all the Akela's in the Pack.  We are family and will need your help this next year.

The Law of the Pack

The Cub Scout follows Akela.
The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
The Cub Scout gives goodwill.


Blue&Gold 3/7

Blue and Gold March 7th!
Location:  St. Peter's Lutheran Church (click for directions) Delp and Lititz Pk
Arrival:  4:30-4:45
Dinner starts at 5PM cooked by Boy Scout Troop 84

Dress:  Cub Scout uniform class A (blue or tan scout shirt)

This will be Cub Master Welch's LAST meeting!!!!  Make sure to say thank you for all he has done for the Pack!!!!

Summer Camp reservations are due with deposit.  Contact your Den Leader this week with any questions.

Hershey Bears Tickets:  a table to pick up your Hershey Bears tickets will be set up (game March 27)

Entertainment:  Jesse Rothacker and Forgotten Friends show - Should be excellent!


Pinewood location

Here is a link to the location of the Pinewood Derby.  St. James Catholic Church Lititz PA
See you Sat!  9am if you can help set up, but at least at 11am for car registration.
Google Map to Pinewood location