Cub Scout Pack 436

Lebanon, Ohio


Who We Are

What We Do

  • Fun Activities
  • Faith Encouraging Activities
  • Community Service

Uniform Standards

Dues & Fundraising


Our Charter Organization

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Our Mission:

Cub Scout Pack 436 is an organization for cultivating leadership, confidence and experience in young boys with their families. The pack establishes activities that are fun with purpose in a Christian environment while imparting duty to God, duty to country, duty to family and duty to self.

Why Cub Scouting?

                                                     Cub Scouting teaches your son

  • Confidence through recognition by adults
  • The value of family by fostering quality family time to strengthen the bond between parent and child
  • Social Skills through interaction with other people
  • Moral and ethical decision-making
  • Leadership skills through leading other boys
  • Citizenship by teaching him how to be a responsible member of the community

Why Pack 436?

  • Fun Activities

    • Camping – Spring and Fall pack camp-outs, District Cub-O-Ree

    • Races – Pinewood Derby, Raingutter Regatta, Space Derby

    • Outings – Ohio Caverns, Apple Farm, Reds Games, Dayton Dragons Scout Clinics, Cincinnati Zoo Overnighter, New Stations, Police and Fires Stations, District Spook-O-Ree and much more!

    • Pack Special Events – Blue and Gold Banquet, Advancement and Cross-over Ceremonies, Pack Lock-in

  • Community Service

    • Honoring USA/ Military – Troop Care Packages, Veterans Day flag retirement ceremony, Memorial Day Parade

    • Conservation/Service – Maintain garden at the church, Help with Otterbein walking trail

    • Community Relief – Help serve meals to needy each month, Scouting for Food drive, Christmas Angel Tree, Help Countryside Nazarene with Love Lebanon renovation projects

  • Faith Encouraging Activities

    • Religious Emblem programs (God and Me, God and Family, God and Country) taught every fall/winter.

    • Scout Sunday service at Countryside Nazarene each February

    • Youth-geared devotion at camp-outs on Sunday mornings

    • Prayer to open and close all pack meetings and events as well as before meals

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