Welcome to Fort Worth, Texas Pack 422!

Cub Scouting means "doing." Everything in Cub Scouting is designed to have the boys doing things. These events may be with their families, Den (boys of the same age or grade) or the whole Pack.

Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting—citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Many of the activities happen right in the den and pack. The most important are the Den meetings and the monthly Pack meetings.

Apart from the fun and excitement of Cub Scout activities, the Cub Scout Uniform, the Scout Oath and Law, the Cub Scout sign, handshake, motto, and salute all teach good citizenship and contribute to a boy's sense of belonging.

Use "Contact Us" to get information to join our pack anytime and see what fun and adventures await your son!

Cub Scout Pack 422, Fort Worth, Texas (chartered by the Heritage Church of Christ)

Rocket Launch - Keller Fire Truck

Rocket Launch

Pinewood Derby



JINGLE JAM at Heritage Church of Christ - Pack Service Project - December 4th at 6:00pm (clean up at 8:00pm)

Posted by bmorgan on Dec 1 2016 - 9:37pm

Our charter organization, Heritage Church of Christ, 4201 Heritage Trace Parkway, is having their annual Christmas Party (Jingle Jam) on Sunday, December 4th, at 6:00pm, and we are invited! See the flyer at: http://www.heritagechurchofchrist.org/jingle-jam/ We will use this as an opportunity to serve our charter as a Pack and help clean up and put the chairs back out in the sanctuary immediately following the event at 8:00pm - similar to what we did for Monster Jam in October.

Popcorn Kernel Volunteer Needed

Posted by jcotten on Nov 19 2016 - 4:53pm

Hi Pack 422 Parents,

Our Pack has an opening for our Popcorn Kernel position beginning next Scouting year (2017-2018). Like most of our event-related volunteer roles, popcorn is ideally a 2 year commitment with the hope that one person serves & then mentors another. This way the volunteer duties that are the driving force in our Scouting Program are more fairly distributed. If everyone steps up to help in some area for some period of time, we can then all have time off to fully enjoy our son’s Scouting Adventures.

Heritage Church of Christ Fall Festival (MONSTER JAM) - Saturday, October 29th from 5:30 - 8:00pm (help clean up after)

Posted by bmorgan on Oct 26 2016 - 7:53pm

Pack 422 is invited to attend our Charter Org's (Heritage Church of Christ) Fall Festival (Monster Jam they call it).
We attend this event as a Pack annually as a Pack service opportunity to help support our Charter Org. 


Posted by bmorgan on Oct 19 2016 - 11:01am

Location: Texas Motor Speedway

Event Details: We must register for this event as a Pack by October 20th, so please go to the Calendar (http://www.cubpack422.com/node/2996)and click the Register button to sign up by October 19th.  Otherwise, the fees go up.


Posted by jcotten on Oct 1 2016 - 10:52pm

As you are finishing up your Take Order sales over the next few weeks, remember that the Council gives a Stickbot Pro to every Scout who sells >$500 (1 prize per Scout). That's also the prize level for our Pack's Pie-in-the-face Contest (each $500=1 Pie)!

October 7th FALL CAMPOUT

Posted by bmorgan on Sep 10 2016 - 5:29pm


Camp Burnett, 3046 N. WHITE CHAPEL BLVD., SOUTHLAKE, TX (if you google that address, it should take you to the entrance to the facility off of White Chapel)  - you can also try this link:  https://www.google.com/maps/place/3046+N+White+Chapel+Blvd,+Southlake,+TX+76092/@32.9828267,-97.1558023,540m/data=!3m1!1e3!4m5!3m4!1s0x864dd394c38b08ef:0x874a03c85cb10bd5!8m2!3d32.9820851!4d-97.1560759?hl=en   If you can't find it, just call Bob Morgan at 817-944-7043

Please RSVP for this event by clicking the Register button at:http://www.cubpack422.com/node/2995 (links to Calendar) and then indicating who will be attending from your family.  Please indicate additional guests for siblings.  We need to know how many folks to expect relative to dinner on Saturday - Pack will provide dinner and smore stuff for Saturday night only.  There is a pyramid shaped pavillion with campfire set up in middle - this is where we will cook dinner and have the campfire program, so if you go to bed early, don't set up your tent near the pavillion.

This is one big campsite basically - large field where tents will be set up around the perimeter - please leave the middle open because that's where we plan to have events/activities for the boys.  Also, there is no electricity or water at campsites, so plan on bringing your own water - there are drinking fountains as I recall, but no guarantees that they will work.  There are restrooms also, but no showers. 

The good news is that the camp is very close to home, so it's convenient if you have to run back home or go to a sports game and come back, etc.

Also, you do not have to camp overnight - you can come out and join us for the day on Saturday, so your Scout can participate with his Den on requirements and having fun, etc. 

Bring sports equipment if you like - the large field allows for a lot of activities/games.

NOTE THAT THERE ARE NO ELECTRIC OUTLETS OR SHOWERS AT THE FACILITY. There is some running water for handwashing at the bathrooms/latrines, but I would recommend you bring your own drinking water.


  • The camping here is free - no cost to you.
  • Parents are responsible for the supervision of their children, and Youth Protection policies apply (No one is ever allowed to be alone (out of eyesight) with a Scout, except for their own child, especially in a tent - please tell your child to not go in other family's tents).  This is for the safety of our Scouts, which is our highest priority!
  • Adults attending must take and be current with Youth Protection Training. This can be taken at https://my.scouting.org, just go there, create an account, and take the training. 

Also, please be sure to fill out BSA Medical Forms Parts A and B for your Scout at http://www.scouting.org/filestore/HealthSafety/pdf/680-001_AB.pdf 

Please email your medical forms and YPT certificate to Angelee Septer (Camping@cubpack422.com) or bring them with you to the campout.

  • Again, No youth will stay or go into the tent of an adult other than his parent or guardian.  Webelos youth will be allowed to share tents with each other, but no adults are allowed in the tent.
  • With the exception of Webelos youth, all persons in a single or adjoined tent must be of the same family.
  • No pets of any kind are allowed at this camp.
  • No Alcohol possession or consumption during the campout.
  • All tobacco use must be out of the view of the youth membership and in allowed locations.
  • All Park rules must be followed.
  • Outdoor ethics must be modeled by all participants of the campout.
  • All Boy Scout rules outlined in the Guide to Safe Scouting must be followed.

Let's make this a fun campout for all of our Scouts and their families!

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