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.


Cub O Rama Oct. 16-18

Mark you calendars!  Cub O Rama 2015 will be Oct. 16-18.  Bring your own tent.
All scouts are encouraged to attend for several reasons:
#1  It is a LOT of fun
#2  You will be able to complete several rank requirements which makes the rest of your scout year easier!
#3  It is a great time of year to get out and camp
#4  Campfires, Marshmallows, and quality time with Dad or Mom (or both)
#5  Can't beat the price, only $16 per person!

**Note Tigers must have at least one parent attend along with them.  Wolf and above need one adult per 6 scouts, so if a parent cannot attend their scout can still attend with their den, similar to summer camp.**

Click here to see the full informational packet!


Pack 184 Swim Party!!! 8/23; 5-8pm

Swim Party for Pack 184!  All members of the family are welcome.
Sunday 8/23 from 5pm - 8pm at Overlook Pool.
If you are a pool member and have extra guest passes, please consider bringing the passes to the pool and leaving them at the front desk so non-members can get in free.
Cost:  $6/person, but check and see if there are any free passes available before you pay.
Pizza, Drinks provided
Please bring a side dish to share
Webelos can earn their Aquanaut badge.  We will work on the badge starting around 6pm.
All kids interested in joining scouts are welcome to attend, so spread the word.


Pack 184 hits Friends of Scouting goal!

Thanks to everyone in the Pack that helped to raise the extra donations.
Pack 184 has hit its fund raising goal for the year!
Thanks for making the Pack GO!
Have a great summer and see you in August.
Next blog post will be about the PA background check law that we all need to comply with.
Plan on getting you clearances this summer, links are on the pack blog site and I will write a blog with more details.


Pack meeting Monday 6/1

Class B uniforms for the final Pack meeting (t shirt)
Den Leaders will keep you updated as to the location of the meeting.
If rain then St. Thomas Church
If no rain, we will meet at Overlook Park playground.


Pack Hike this Sunday 4pm, Last Pack Meeting Monday 6pm

Don't forget our Pack Hike this Sunday.
Where:  Landis Woods Park  meet in front of the Boettcher House Museum
Hiking the Blue trail
When:  4PM
Who:  All Cub Scouts and any non-scout friends and Family/ prospective scouts
Why:  Fun time to hike in our local park, share fellowship, and eat snacks afterward.
What to Bring:  Comfortable Shoes and Water
Dens:  Every Den please consider bringing enough snacks for at least 20 people (any leftover snacks can be brought to the pack meeting the next day)

Last Pack meeting is Monday night
Where:  Overlook Park Destination Playground
When:  6PM until 8pm-- scouts can come earlier to play if they wish
Who:  Pack 184 and families
Why:  Final Pack meeting of the year.
Final Advancements
Many games planned by our Bear (soon to be Webelos 1) den
Den skits
S' mores


Nitrauer FunFest this Friday!!

Thanks to everyone who volunteered for the FunFest, you made it very easy to coordinate time slots.
The list below will ensure the station is covered.  Any scouts or adults not listed are free to pop by ad hoc to help, socialize, or provide scout info for interested people.
I will have a recruitment table next to the “Tin Can Alley” game.
Tin Can Alley Schedule:
5-530 Jeremy and Jill Carr / Phil Billoni
530-6 Elijah and Alexis Arthur / Dante and Lianne Billoni
6-630 Matt and Vicky Nguyen
630-7 Moussa and Rod Jamil / Zack and Chris Fox
7-730 Bren and Cindy Zeyak
730-8 Phil Billoni

We will also have a table with Pack 184 information as we are inviting interested K-4 students to join us on our Pack hike at Landis Woods on Sunday May 31 and to also come to our end of year Pack meeting and campfire.

Reminder to all for next year all potential Pack adult volunteers will be required to have the PA background clearances to participate.
Please take the time this summer and complete the process.
I have links for the 3 sites down on the lower right of the main blog page.
If you have lived in PA 10yrs or more you do not need the fingerprint, which is a huge time saver as the other 2 clearances are instant and online.
See below screenshot: