How Often Do We Meet?

Pack Meetings are held the second Monday of each month
Den Meetings vary depending on Leader and Parent schedules

Our Fall program meets from September- May and are closed during major holidays.

Summer Activities

Pack 139 meets once a month June-August with either a camping trip or a day activity. Attendance is not mandatory but we feel our scouts get the best program when they attend.

Summer months are also when our council holds Day Camp and Resident Camp which all scouts can attend and meet scouts from other packs in the area, participating in Archery, BB Guns, Swimming, and various age appropriate activities.


What is a Pack & Den?
Pack refers to all of the scouts Kindergarten through 5th grade
Den is your scouts individual group, which is based upon age. This is the group your scout will spend the majority of their time in scouting with.

What Do We Do?

When scouts are not working to achieve their next rank badge, they are camping, hiking, building pinewood derby cars, shooting off rockets or enjoying an adventure with their family and friends. A typical year for our scouts includes; four to five camping opportunities, special events like the Pinewood Derby and our Scout Cook off, and three parties (Halloween, Christmas, and Blue & Gold). Pack 139 is always on the look out for fun local events, like Scout Night at the Dragons or Reds stadiums.


How Do We Serve Our Communities?

Year round our pack incorporates community outreach into our program.

  • Food Drives
  • Park clean up
  • Flag Raising/Retirement Ceremonies
  • Service work
  • Charitable Donations
  • Veterans Day Ceremony performances


What do the Pack Fees Cover?
Pack Fees are due when signing up and then at the beginning of each program year for current scouts.
Fees cover: Boy Scouts of America registration, Insurance, Rank patch & 7 belt loops/pins for the year, Pack Campout fees, Pinewood Derby Car, Blue & Gold Banquet, pack meeting supplies, website upkeep, Pack trailer and camping supply upkeep

How Do We Support Our Program?
The best way to support the pack and your scout is by volunteering. Our organization is ran soley by parents who have stepped up to help in one way or another. Each year, parents move on to Boy Scouts leaving a vital role empty and needing filled.
Fundraising is another way of supporting the pack.

  • Popcorn Sales- Begin in September: The main goal for popcorn sales is to pay 100% of your scouts fees, you read that right, Scouting for FREE. Above and beyond the recommended sale amount will put aside money for your scout to attend day camp or resident camp during the summer.
  • Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser

How Often Do We Meet?

Pack Meetings are held the second Monday of each month
Den Meetings vary depending on Leader and Parent schedules

Our Fall program meets from September- May and are closed during major holidays.

Summer Activities

Pack 139 meets once a month June-August with either a camping trip or a day activity. Attendance is not mandatory but we feel our scouts get the best program when they attend.

Summer months are also when our council holds Day Camp and Resident Camp which all scouts can attend and meet scouts from other packs in the area, participating in Archery, BB Guns, Swimming, and various age appropriate activities.


What is a Pack & Den?
Pack refers to all of the scouts Kindergarten through 5th grade
Den is your scouts individual group, which is based upon age. This is the group your scout will spend the majority of their time in scouting with.

What Do We Do?

When scouts are not working to achieve their next rank badge, they are camping, hiking, building pinewood derby cars, shooting off rockets or enjoying an adventure with their family and friends. A typical year for our scouts includes; four to five camping opportunities, special events like the Pinewood Derby and our Scout Cook off, and three parties (Halloween, Christmas, and Blue & Gold). Pack 139 is always on the look out for fun local events, like Scout Night at the Dragons or Reds stadiums.


How Do We Serve Our Communities?

Year round our pack incorporates community outreach into our program.

  • Food Drives
  • Park clean up
  • Flag Raising/Retirement Ceremonies
  • Service work
  • Charitable Donations
  • Veterans Day Ceremony performances


What do the Pack Fees Cover?
Pack Fees are due when signing up and then at the beginning of each program year for current scouts.
Fees cover: Boy Scouts of America registration, Insurance, Rank patch & 7 belt loops/pins for the year, Pack Campout fees, Pinewood Derby Car, Blue & Gold Banquet, pack meeting supplies, website upkeep, Pack trailer and camping supply upkeep

How Do We Support Our Program?
The best way to support the pack and your scout is by volunteering. Our organization is ran soley by parents who have stepped up to help in one way or another. Each year, parents move on to Boy Scouts leaving a vital role empty and needing filled.
Fundraising is another way of supporting the pack.

  • Popcorn Sales- Begin in September: The main goal for popcorn sales is to pay 100% of your scouts fees, you read that right, Scouting for FREE. Above and beyond the recommended sale amount will put aside money for your scout to attend day camp or resident camp during the summer.
  • Spaghetti Dinner Fundraiser
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