Pack 129 News

  • Earn the Fearful Symmetry Nova Award in 5 Days!
    Who: This award may be earned by Bear and Wolf Cub Scouts, and Webelos Scouts. Unfortunately, Lion and Tiger Cub Scouts are not eligible for the Nova Awards.
    What: Akelas!! Are you looking for a fun, educational activity for your Wolf, Bear, or Webelo this summer? Well, look no further than the Fearful Symmetry Nova Award! Each day, for the next five days, I will post simple, fun activities that your Cub Scouts can complete. After completing all five activities, they will have met the requirement to earn the Fearful Symmetry Nova Award!
    Why: Cub Scouts have an awesome opportunity to learn more about science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) by earning a Cub Scout Nova award. These awards are meant to excite and expand a sense of wonder in our Scouts. The Fearful Symmetry Nova teaches your Scout about how symmetry affects their daily lives. This is the perfect blend of art and math!
    Posted Jul 6, 2020, 5:32 PM by Cub Master
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Cub Scouts Pack 129 is located in Tucker, GA and meet at the Scout Hut located at 4217 N. Park Drive in Tucker. We are a part of the Atlanta Area Council of Scouts BSA. Every Cub Scout pack has a sponsoring organization and our sponsoring organization is the Tucker First United Methodist Church.

The mission of Scouts BSA...
to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

To learn about required and elective adventures for each Cub Scout Badge of Rank click below:

Cub Scout Pack 129 is a Family Pack, open to both girls and boys ages 5 - 10 (Kindergarten through Fifth Grade).

Wondering what Scouting's Family Program looks like? Listen to this CubCast:

If you have any questions about calendar events, contact the Cubmaster, or your den leader.

2020-2021 Downloadable Calendar 
(coming soon)

Cub Scouting Means "Doing"

Interested in Group Camping for your Pack or Troop at Stone Mountain?  Go to the Cherokee Trails Website for more info and to reserve a spot