Cub Scouts

We are Boy Scouts of America Cub Scout Pack 2, chartered to Northwest Hills United Methodist Church, serving families in Austin's Northwest Hills neighborhood and Doss Elementary.

July 4 Parade

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April is Leader Training Month - NW Hills United Methodist Church

Posted on Mar 30 2018 - 1:16pm

District Training Dates (2018)

A Cup of Coffee per Week... for Scouting

Posted on Mar 27 2018 - 3:21pm

Pack 2 Families, we want to send heart-felt thanks to all our families who have "stepped up for scouting" by making a tax-deductible donation to the Capitol Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. And a special thanks to families who have arranged for their donation through a corporate match program… if your company offers a match program, please consider arranging your donation to maximize the impact.

Our Cub Master Chad Jowers mentioned at Sunday's Pack meeting, we hope every family will participate in the campaign at whatever level of giving fits your budget. Maybe that’s giving the equivalent of a cup of coffee each week ($2 x 52 weeks = $104) or a mocha/latte each week ($3 x 52 weeks = $156). Or perhaps it’s just 2 cups of coffee per month ($4 x 12 = $48). Seriously, no matter the amount, your contribution is very much appreciated. 

April Training Month!

Posted on Mar 27 2018 - 3:20pm
There will be a few opportunities to attend an "open campus" class for required leader training.  
Please plan to attend at one of the times in the attached if you are a Den Leader, Assistant Den Leader, aspiring Cubmaster or Assistant Cubmaster.  

Sports Events and Discounts for Scouts!!

Posted on Feb 26 2018 - 1:27pm


University of Texas Basketball vs. West Virginia
Saturday, March 3 - 11:00am

Sign-up for USS Lexington by March 1st!

Posted on Feb 20 2018 - 7:56am
"The best recovery from camping with the Cub Scouts is to immediately sign-up for another"  said...  absolutely no-one... ever...
That's why now is the perfect time to visit the pack 2 website and get on-board the USS Lexington!  
Final numbers and payment are due by March 1st.
----- Forwarded Message -----
From: Chad Jowers <seaj93@gmail.com>
Cc: Andy Gilliam <ajgilliam@yahoo.com>
Sent: Sunday, February 11, 2018, 11:36:19 AM CST
Subject: All Aboard - Signup for USS Lexington is open!
Sign-up for the USS Lexington is now open.  "Lady Lex" is a WWII carrier down in Corpus that has a great overnight program that includes: tours, attractions, food and... wait for it... "overnight bunking in original crew quarters, an unforgettable experience"  More info here:  https://usslexington.com
  • Final numbers and payment is due on March 1stSo sign-up and pay now.  $55/pp.   Scholarships are available
  • We will meet and board together as a pack.  Schedule below.  Official board time TBD.
  • Anyone interested in hitting the Texas State Aquarium either before or after, drop Andy Gilliam (ajgilliam@yahoo.com) a note.  If we get 10 or more, we qualify for a group rate.   We'll get a separate sign-up going if enough interest.
  • Class A uniforms on the ship.
(Subject to change)


Great time this weekend and some shoutouts!

Posted on Feb 20 2018 - 7:55am

Pack 2 - I wanted to send out a quick note on this past weekend's
campout including some major thank you's.

First of all, I think we were super fortunate to have dodged the
horrendous weather forecast earlier in the week..a little drizzle,
some cooler temps brought some great "around the campfire chatter" on
Friday and Saturday evening.  These were some great experiences and
made me realize the need to be better prepared for jokes and stories.
Our kids did a great job and we also learned Dustin has a really loud
voice when he wants to tell a story!  Seriously, I look forward to
more of these moments in the future for our Pack parents and kids. We
had good range time, great campfires and some great meals.  Thanks to
all for cleaning up and making sure our Pack's walkthrough was easy
with no issues - Luke Crownover, big kudos for taking out the Pack's
trash - huge help!

Secondly, our range time on Saturday and Sunday went off without any
major hiccups :)  The boys did a great job on Saturday listening and
following direction. Sunday's time on the Archery range was also
successful.  I'm confident all those participating met the Level 1 and
2 requirements for both their patch and pin.  Be sure to cover the 5
facts on BB and Archery with your Den Leaders or parents if you are
Wolf, Bear or Webelo ranks.  Thanks to Mike Hubik for managing our
scouts and the schedule - it was great to have that communication from
range to "base". I want to also say thank you to Luke Crownover and
Neil Tanner for the great job they did with me on the BB range.  Truly
made my first time easier and less stressful.  Additionally, Dustin
Soza, Jiseon Park and David Han did an outstanding job getting the
kids through on the Archery range.  I will continue to suggest the
Range Safety Officer course to anyone who can take a Saturday to do
it.  It lasts for 2 years and it can really put us in a great position
for future range outings.

Thirdly, meals.  I think all of those that came hungry got some really
good food. Thanks to all DL's for being prepared and handling Saturday
breakfast and lunch and Sunday breakfast.  For our rank, thanks to
Mike Meroney for the awesome pancakes and sausage - outstanding!  Luke
Crownover went above and beyond in helping fill the gaps for pretty
much everything during meal times - talk about prepared?  Thank you
Luke.  Of course, our huge Saturday meal could not have gone off any
better without Dustin Soza's "skill at zee grill".  He brought humor,
efficiency and some great dogs, burgers and chili.  We've got our
Grubmaster for HEB in the fall and Mama Soza might be joining...how
awesome would that be?

Fourth, campfire, campfire, campfire.  Mike Meroney, THE MC of all
MC's delivered another great ceremony with skits, jokes and just great
cadence.  I heard this may have been his last. (Our search begins?) I
hope not but let's keep in mind, he and Davis will be prepping their
Webelos for AoL this year and their next journey.    Thank you to Jeff
and Baden Russell for taking us through our first ever, flag
retirement ceremony.  This was really special and I was amazed to see
the boys' reverence as the ceremony closed our campfire. That was by
far, the most quiet campground I've ever heard since joining the Pack.
I thought this was a very good way to celebrate Blue & Gold and Cub
Scouting's 88th birthday.  Some puns, prayer and patriotism - great
stuff!  Happy Birthday Cub Scouts!

Thank you all for taking part this weekend and I hope you enjoyed it
as much as Rhys and I did. We have such a great group of parents and
kids - makes me proud to be the Cubmaster.

I'll see you all at our next Pack meeting on Sunday - FBI and Tiger
magic tricks!!

PS: If you have not paid for this campout and can't take care of it
online, please work with Peter Saeger to ensure you close out.

Pack 2 Cubmaster