Welcome to the Pack 675 website!

If you want to learn more about Pack 675, send an email to our Cubmaster at cubmaster "at" cubscoutpack675.com.

If you are already a member of 675 and have not received your account credentials contact either the Cubmaster or Webmaster (webmaster "at" cubscoutpack675.com). You should have received an email with your account login name and default password within a week of turning in your application. Once the application is submitted and your account created you can access all the great features of our website, including weekly emails, our calendar, shared files, and other Pack information pages.

NOTE: The site is account secured so we can post information about the scouts and their families and not have to worry about the information being publicly visible and potential Youth Protection issues this could raise. 

Key Points

  • Please keep your and your scout's contact information current, especially the e-mail address you'd like used for communications (see below for more details).
  • If for some reason you cannot update your record, then please send your updated information to the cubmaster so he can update it in the Pack's website.
  • If you want to only see announcements that are relevant to your scout, after you log on, click the box next to his/their den(s) and click "Filter" You should now only see relevant den events and pack events.
  • You should receive an automatically generated e-mail from the website once a week (currently set to be sent on Tuesday mornings) that details upcoming pack and relevant den events during the next 7- and 30-day periods from the Calendar, as well as highlighting any new or changed pages during the past week.


Camping This Weekend!

Posted on Jun 5 2017 - 10:08pm

If you have not already signed up, please let us know on the calendar if you'll be attending the gradution campout this weekend. You can come out as early as Friday evening, but the event actually starts Saturday morning at 9:00A. If you have any questions please email me: cubmaster@cubscoutpack675.com.

2017 Summer Day Camp Information

Posted on Feb 28 2017 - 9:05am

Registration for Summer Day Camp is now open. As described during the promotion in January there are two different five day, three day, and weekend camp programs available. Please download the Powerpoint Presentation to see more information.

Blue and Gold Follow Up

Posted on Feb 27 2017 - 11:24pm

Blue and Gold has come and gone, and so has the Radioactive Shark den. I've received a few pictures but invite everyone to send in photos they took. Please send pictures to pictures@cubscoutpack675.com!

Blue and Gold Planning Session

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 11:15pm

Do you like party planning? Have contacts with food service? Enjoy decorations and finishing touches? We need your help to put on our Blue and Gold banquet this year. The Blue and Gold is a celebration of the birthday of Scouting and is the biggest party we do each year. It is also the time to see our 5th graders off to Boy Scouts and show appreciation for the leadership of our unit. 

Pack Leadership Needed!

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 11:06pm

Does your son enjoy scouting? Do you like what Scouting is giving your son? We need parents that value the program to see that it maintains the high level of quality we have. There are open positions on our operations committee which help the pack run in the background. There are also program positions available as we are looking for a new Cubmaster and Assistant Cubmaster to take over in June. Previous scouting experience not required... only a desire to see your son continue to learn and grow with the framework Scouting provides. Contact either the Cubmaster or Committee Chairman to talk about open roles.

Weather Affected Events

Posted on Jan 23 2017 - 11:01pm

There are two events this weekend (January 28 and 29) that might be postponed due to weather.

The Ice Fishing at Oakarro is a council event. If you are registered to attend this event be on the look out for an email updating the status of the event. With the warmth we've had recently the ice might not be safe to be out on.

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