"Many hands make light work." - "Beves of Hamtoun" ~ c.1300.

Cub Scouts

The Goal of Cub Scouts is to provide fun experiences for our boys (and their families), teach them useful skills, make great memories that they will share with their family and friends, and above all reinforce the values that have allowed the Boys Scouts to be an enduring organization.

Warren Pack 182

Cub Scout Pack 182 of Warren, NJ was established in May of 1995, and is chartered by The Warren Township Volunteer Fire Department, comprised of The Mt. Bethel Vol. Fire Company #1, The Mt. Horeb Vol. Fire Company #2, Community Vol. Fire Company #3, and The Washington Valley Vol. Fire Company #4.

We are part of the "Pioneer District" of the "Patriots Path Council (council #358)."
Pack 182 is the only Cub Scout pack in Warren Township, NJ, comprised of 6 dens from all four of our Warren Schools: Angelo L. Tomaso, Central, Mount Horeb and Woodland.

We have more information here: Adventures in Scouting with Pack 182.

Meetings and Activities

The Dens are small groups (usually 7-12 boys) that meet with their adult partners and leaders to complete achievements, ranks and badges. Most Den meetings are held once a month depending on the group's needs. Along with the Den meetings, there is a monthly Pack meeting where the Cub Scouts get together to learn, create, exercise or figure out ways to help out in our community.

In addition to Den and Pack meetings, here are some of our yearly activities:

  • Pinewood Derby
  • Blue & Gold Dinner and Ceremony
  • Klondike Derby
  • Fishing Derby
  • Picnics
  • Somerset Patriots Outing
  • Memorial Day Parade
  • Camp-outs and campfires
  • Community Service Projects
  • Wildlife tours
  • Public Safety visits and preparedness

These trips are incredible ways for the boys and their families to learn and grow through scouting.

Is Pack 182 on Facebook?

Yes!  You can find us on Facebook to get a sense of what our membership has been doing and stay in touch: https://www.facebook.com/Pack182WarrenNJ/

Patriots Path Council

We are a small part of the Boy Scouts of America. Pack 182 is part of the "Pioneer District," which is part of the "Patriot's Path Council" - serving over 20,000 youth members and 6,000 leaders in the counties of Morris, Somerset, Sussex, Union and parts of Middlesex, NJ.

The Patriot's Path Council's core objective is to build strong personal values, family values and character in young people by providing program activities that teach, support and encourage such values.

Pioneer District

Pioneer District is the eastern-most district in Patriots’ Path Council. It consists primarily of Union County and the northeast quarter of Somerset County.  Pioneer District serves 2,792 youth and 965 adult volunteers in 79 units.

Pioneer is pleased to serve the following areas:

Basking Ridge, Berkeley Heights, Bernardsville, Clark, Cranford, Dunellen, Elizabeth, Fanwood, Garwood, Gillette, Green Brook Township, Hillside, Kenilworth, Linden, Long Hill Township, Lyons, Meyersville, Millington, Mountainside, Murray Hill, New Providence, North Plainfield, Plainfield, Pluckemin, Rahway, Roselle, Roselle Park, Scotch Plains, Springfield, Stirling, Summit, Union, Vauxhall, Warren, Watchung, Westfield, Winfield Park

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