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Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 110!

First established in 1944, Cub Scout Pack 110 is based in Gladwyne, Pennsylvania and is open to all boys and girls in the area who attend any school and are in grades K-5th. Pack 110 is focused on Purposeful Fun for Families. Boy and girl dens are separate.

Our Merion Square Scout House, located in the heart of Gladwyne on Conshohocken and Youngsford Roads, is the gathering place for many of our activities. You will also find us participating in community events, hiking through the woods, or roasting s'mores around a campfire.

Want to learn more about this program in 3 minutes? Visit this link to watch a quick video: https://www.scouting.org/programs/cub-scouts/

We invite you to join the fun this year with Pack 110.  Register today at https://my.scouting.org/ 

Contact Angela at adzarr@verizon.net with questions. 

 

 

CANCELED: All March Pack and Den Activities

Posted on Mar 13 2020 - 2:02pm

Due to COVID-19 directives by Governor Tom Wolf, all den and pack meetings are canceled. For simplicity, we are canceling all Cub Scout activities through the end of March. We will send calendar updates as we approach April. 

CANCELED - Movie Night

Posted on Mar 13 2020 - 1:25pm

This event has been cancelled due to concerns over large gatherings and the risks of coronavirus. We will reschedule at a later date. Thank you for your understanding.

Caring for Friends

Posted on Feb 23 2020 - 10:02pm

 

This past weekend, we enjoyed doing some great service with Cub Scout mom Jeanette Fournier, who runs Caring for Friends.

Pinewood Derby 2020

Posted on Feb 8 2020 - 10:36pm

We are so glad you all came out to race day today! What amazing cars everyone created!

Mandatory Pine Wood Derby Registration - This Friday

Posted on Feb 5 2020 - 10:56pm

Just a reminder that our annual Pinewood Derby event is this weekend! 

MLK service day at Harriton House

Posted on Jan 20 2020 - 10:16pm

A couple of Lion's (and their older brothers) + one friend - all pack 110 scouts, showed up to clean up vines and brush on the grounds of Harriton House today.  

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