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Welcome to Pack 320!

Welcome to Cub Scouts Pack 320!

We are a "Family Pack" serving Windermere and Winter Garden, and we have dens for both boys and girls, from Kindergarten through 5th Grade. 

Pack 320's scouts attend many schools in the area (and some are homeschooled), but most are students at Keene's Crossing Elementary.

We meet every "school Monday" from 6:30-7:30pm. Location varies based on activity.

Want to see what we have planned for 2021 - 2022? View our Calendar.

Ready to join? Your child can join Pack 320 at any time:

  • Register online at BSA's registration website.
  • Attend our Recruiting Night, August 19th at 6:30pm in Keene's Crossing Cafeteria
  • Attend one of our weekly meetings. Our next meeting is August 23rd at Orchard Park Field, 2999 Irish Peach Dr, Winter Garden. 6:30-7:30pm.
  • Send a message through the Contact Us link in the menu on on the left side of this page.

What should you expect from scouting? Fishing, Archery, Camping, Adventure, Earning awards, Outdoor learning, Launching rockets, Meeting new friends, Family memories, and so much more!

What do we do in Cub Scouts? Maddox gives a quick intro into what we do in scouting. Watch Here

Want to learn more about uniforms and adventures, check out this short video.

For more information, please click on About Us or Contact Us in the menu on the left side of this page.

Thank you for visiting! We look forward to meeting you!

Scouting’s programs and outdoor adventures give young people the opportunity and freedom to explore a world beyond the boundaries of everyday life. It presents them with chances to try new things, provide service to others, build self-confidence and develop leadership skills. These experiences not only help Scouts while they are young, but also stay with them throughout their adult lives, growing into exceptional men and women that respect their family, community, religion, country and themselves.

With parent’s and kid’s schedules growing busier every day, Scouting makes the most of what little time parents have to positively impact their kids’ lives.

Please note: For privacy purposes and to comply with the BSA Safe Scouting policy, some areas of this website can only be accessed by registered members of Pack 320. To view these areas, you must be signed into the website using the login feature located in the upper left corner above the menu.

Advancement / Graduation Ceremony

Posted by mhiggs on May 18 2022 - 7:46pm
We hope to see everyone at our final advancement/graduation pack meeting this Monday, the 23rd, starting at 6:30pm at Windermere High School cafeteria.
 
This is where scouts will be presented their rank badge they have worked hard to achieve, along with other awards they have recently earned.
Each scout, with at least one of their parents/adults, will be brought up with the rest of their den for a small ceremony to acknowledge their hard work and progress along their scouting journey.
 
They will also receive a gift from the pack to help them continue onto the next rank of their scouting trail.
 
Afterwards, we will have snacks and drinks.
 
As always, families and friends are invited to attend our meetings to share in your child's scouting adventure.

May Pack Meeting

Posted by mhiggs on Apr 28 2022 - 12:15am

Our May Pack meeting on the 2nd, starting at 6:30pm, will be a Cub Secret Spy night!

Scouts will rotate around stations: get to the treasure with touching any of the "lasers"; take your best shot with a blow tube; uncover codes with invisible ink and make your own invisible code; create your own get air rocket and launch it.

See you there!

March Pack Meeting

Posted by mhiggs on Mar 6 2022 - 12:09am

Our March Pack meeting on the 6th, starting at 6:30pm, will be all about STEM.
Scouts will work toward a NOVA award by rotating through stations with different fun activities and experiments.
Some of the stations will be: Lego derby race, creating your own parachute to deliver supplies, learning about fluid dynamics, and a virtual tour of a wind tunnel.

If there is anyone that can help with the stations, or really interested in science and physics, I could use your help! Please let me know.

See you there!

January Pack Meeting

Posted by mhiggs on Dec 25 2021 - 11:12pm

Our next meeting is January 10th at Windermere High School starting at 6:30pm. We will be having our Cubanapolis 500 (like the Indianapolis 500, but with scouts and cardboard).

You will need to bring a box your scout can wear, decorated as a car or truck. If you've been to the last 2 meetings, I had some examples there. There will be an obstacle course, a drag race, and lastly a demolition derby! These are simple, fun races with no awards or trophies...just a great time and fun memories.
 
The best resource I found online with lots of good information and ideas:
Please do not use sharp or hard items.
 
This race is for everyone (as most of our events are), so siblings are welcomed to participate too.
 
And as always, we are always looking for volunteers to make our events better.
Let me know if you have ideas, decorations, or want to help with our races.
 
Happy Holidays!

November Pack Meeting

Posted by mhiggs on Oct 29 2021 - 11:47am
October flew by and our next Pack meeting is this Monday, Nov 1st, starting at 6:30pm.
We are meeting at the Windermere High School cafeteria - 5523 Winter Garden Vineland Rd.
This is amazing news since we have an indoor location for future meetings that allows us so much flexibility. A huge thank you to Assistant Cubmaster Anthony Adams for setting this up for the Pack.
If you park in the main parking lot, you’ll see the cafeteria on the opposite corner (left) of the auditorium.
 
Along with our monthly awards, we will be having a special Bobcat ceremony for the scouts that earned that rank.
Afterwards, the entire pack will have fun with other activities and games to help work off that Halloween candy.

October Pack Meeting

Posted by mhiggs on Oct 1 2021 - 4:39pm
October's Pack meeting is Monday, October 4th, from 6:30-7:30pm at Orchard Park Field - 2999 Irish Peach Dr, Winter Garden.
 
After announcements and awards, we will be working on the Emergency Preparedness Award which includes basic first aid, home safety, family emergency planning, and taking fingerprints (for your personal use).

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