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BUILDING BETTER BOYS FOR 60+ YEARS

Welcome to Northville's Pack 721! We are an active Cub Scout Pack in Northville, Michigan. Boys in first through fifth grade are welcome to join at any time during the year. We are charted by Our Lady of Victory but we are in every sense a community Pack, drawing boys from many area schools.  We are one of a very few packs who have a history of more than 60 years and there are currently approximately 80 scouts in the pack. 

Pack meetings take place monthly September through May and are generally on the fourth Wednesday of the month at 7:00 p.m. and may be held at OLV, Moraine or at another location in Northville. In addition to the monthly Pack meeting we also sponsor pack events of interest to the whole family.  Please explore our website for information about our exciting upcoming activities and meetings.  If you would like more information or are interested in joining Pack 721 please contact us using the link on the left hand side.  We are looking forward to speaking with you. 

© 2008-2013 Pack 721, Northville, Michigan BSA

UNLIMITED Pinewood Derby for Adults

Posted on Jan 20 2015 - 10:46pm

The PACK 721 UNLIMITED Pinewood Derby for Adults

 

Each year the replacement of the calendar also signifies the start of the Cub Scout Pinewood Derby season.

Need to Fill Adult Volunteer Positions

Posted on Jan 12 2015 - 5:29pm

We are needing to fill a few more volunteers positions and one or more parents can volunteer for each. We also need a few more members of our programs committee so we can keep offering fun activities for the pack. Come to the pack committee meeting on January 21st at OLV to find out what it's all about. Here are the positions we need to fill at this time:

This Week's Cub Scout Joke

Posted on Jan 12 2015 - 5:29pm

Q: Where does a polar bear keep its money?
A: In a snow bank!

Thank You Pack Volunteers

Posted on Jan 12 2015 - 5:29pm

We have so many awesome volunteers in our pack. Thanks to all of these parents who have stepped up this year (many have been leaders and volunteers for many years). Without out them we would not be able to make the pack go!
Cubmaster:  Chad Mentzer
Assistant Cubmasters:  Jonathan Brandt, Martin Ivesaj, John Mazur
Pack Committee Chair:  Chris Coppens
Programs Chair:  Wende Boerema
Treasurer:  Elizabeth Eads
Popcorn Chair:  Jill Kara
Advancement:  Mary Pat Pousak
Patch Coordinator:  Renee Hooker
Scouting for Food Chair: Rachael Zaas
Toys for Tots Chair:  Chris Bernard
T-Shirt Coordinator:  Kathy Saval
Pinewood Derby Chair:  Jim Dunne
Pinewood Derby Committee:  Ramita/Brett Barringer, Jason Howes, Jon/Michelle Hutto, Mike Kara, Ron Meade, Jim Naida, Matt Saval
Blue & Gold Banquet Committee:  All Webelo II parents
Programs Committee:  Karen Gessler (Three Cedars Hayride coordinator), Brian Moss (Zoo Snooze coordinator), Angela Polyviou (Whalers game coordinator),

What's the difference between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts?

Posted on Nov 23 2014 - 9:35pm

This goes way beyond blue vs. khaki.

The difference between Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts encompasses critical categories like unit structure, leadership, parental involvement, advancement and camping.

Scouting Blog

Posted on Jan 19 2014 - 12:22pm

Bryan on Scouting is the official blog of Scouting magazine, a Boy Scouts of America publication, and is specifically for BSA adult leaders. However, all those interested in any level of scouting, whether cub scouts, boy scouts, ventures (boys and girls) or sea scouts, will find it an interesting read.

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