Welcome to Fort Worth, Texas - CUB SCOUT 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)



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MONSTER JAM (Fall Festival) 10/28, Cub Scout Fun Day 11/4, Pack Meeting Monday 11/6, and Veterans Day Ceremonies 11/10

Posted by bmorgan on Oct 14 2017 - 5:42pm

MONSTER JAM Fall Festival on October 28th
Time: Oct 28, 2017 - 5:30pm to 8:30pm  
Location: Heritage Church of Christ, 4201 Heritage Trace Pkwy, Fort Worth, TX 76244
Event Details: Scouts are welcome to dress up in costume and attend this event at our Charter organization - this is a service project for the Pack, so please stay to help clean up after the event.

CUB SCOUT FUN DAY on November 4th
Time: Nov 4, 2017 - 8:30am to 4:00pm
Location: Tarrant County College Northeast campus in Hurst
Event Details: Register at: http://www.longhorncouncil.org/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/cub_fun_day_2017.pdf
Cub Scout Fun Day 2017
A day of outdoor fun for Cub Scout Families, Dens, and Packs! Location: Tarrant County College NE, Hurst, Texas, Precinct Line Road and Harwood.
Date: Saturday, November 4, 2017 Early
Registration: $15 per Cub Scout or sibling and $5 per adult until 5pm Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Youth Fee includes program supplies, activity insurance, identification wristband, patch, and fun! Adult fee includes activity insurance and patch.
Walk-ins & FULL Fee: $20 per Cub Scout or sibling and $5 per adult after 5pm Wednesday, November 1, 2017
Schedule: Registration begins: 8:30 a.m.
Activities: 9:00 a.m.-Noon & 1:00 PM– 4:00 PM
Dozens of fun activities to do and displays to see! Activities include:  Petting Zoo (1-4)  BB Ranges  Archery Ranges  Flour Battles  Bounce Houses  Jousting  Walking the Plank  Softball Toss  Face Painting  Lassoing  Monster Tag  Climbing Wall  Cub Scout Golf  Leather Crafts  Monkey Bridges  Bowling  Ring Tosses  Challenge Games  Wrist Rockets  Pipe Crawling  Reptile Show  Frisbee Golf  Wagon Hoop Racing  Chariot Racing  Soccer  Lawn Fishing  Pushmobile Derby (extra charge – separate form)  and LOTS of NEW Games!
This is a family or den activity. Cub Scouts and Webelos can participate in each activity as a den or with their family. Arrival time is open: arrive at any time. Pre-registration is requested and appreciated, as is will help to properly plan program and events. Cub Scouts and leaders should bring sack lunches if staying through the lunch hour. Bring LOTS of drinking water and sunscreen. This is a rain or shine event.

November Pack Meeting on Monday (Not Tuesday), November 6th
Time: Nov 6, 2017 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm

Veterans Day Flag Ceremonies at IES and WSES on Friday, November 10th
The AOL and Webelos Cub Scouts will participate in the Veterans Day Flag Ceremonies at WSES and IES Cafeterias, respectively.  Younger Cub Scouts are asked to please wear their Class A uniform in order to stand at the front of the room, help hold open doors, etc.  
If your son is not in his Class A uniform including SCOUT or dark pants or nice jeans (no holes) on the morning of the event, he will not be able to participate - Sorry.
Thank you.

Annual ROCKET LAUNCH at Bear Creek Park - 9/23 at 9:00am - It's a BLAST!

Posted by bmorgan on Sep 13 2017 - 9:59am

Saturday, September 23rd, 9am:  Annual Model Rocket Launch at Bear Creek Park!  See the rules by clicking on the Calendar event date or go to: https://www.cubpack422.com/node/3162. Thank you Pezzutos for volunteering to coordinate this event.
Sep 23, 2017 - 9:00am
Sep 23, 2017 - 11:30am
Bear Creek Park, 125 Bear Creek Pkwy., Keller, TX
Event Details:
8:00 - 9:00 Set-up (Parents)
9:00 - 9:15 Safety Talk
9:15 - 11:00 Launch Rockets
11:00 - 11:30 Clean-up

The Keller Fire Department will be attending as well. They are always happy to talk to the kids and let them check out the truck. Please make sure your Scout thanks them for coming out to our event.

Also, you are welcome to invite friends to come watch the event and certainly invite friends to join Cub Scouts!


Bring a SAFE rocket to the event. We recommend the pre-designed kits by Estes available at Hobby Lobby. Properly assembled (ROCKET MUST BE ASSEMBLED/BUILT PRIOR TO THE EVENT), these tend to be very stable in flight. Some kits are pre-assembled or RTF (Ready to fly); others will indicate a level of difficulty relative to assembly. Rockets that exhibit erratic flight characteristics during launching will be excluded from additional launches for the safety of the Scouts and park. Also, please do not purchase anything that requires larger than an Estes standard D-size engine (No composite™ motors allowed). Please see below for engine recommendations as well. Scouts will need to purchase and build the rocket kit and also purchase engines and recovery wadding (if it is provided with the rocket). The engines typically come with igniters and igniter holders (little plastic screws). Launching pad and launcher not needed - we have our own Pack 10 station launch pad and launchers. You just need to bring your rocket and appropriate engine (igniter, plastic screw, and wadding)

Cut a hole in center of parachutes at least 2" to start, depending on weight and size of rocket. We hope for low winds and favorable weather on the day of the event; however even with relatively low winds, rockets can drift significantly during the parachute descent - the hole in the center of the chute will reduce this drifting and help to ensure you can retrieve your rocket for multiple launches.

Obey the safety instructions of the "launch crew" - maintaining a safe distance from the launch pad, and launching only when directed to so do. For those unfamiliar with our launching system, we have a 10 position launch system, with individual push buttons for each scout to launch their rocket when directed by those running the launch pad. Safety switches are also used to remove power from launch push buttons during the launch set-up. Our kids' safety is our first priority.

Bring your folding chairs or picnic blankets and coolers and sit back and enjoy the show!!!


Our goal is for each scout to be able to launch their rocket multiple times. Scouts may bring more than one rocket for launching if they desire. Rockets assembled by family members/siblings of the Scout are also welcome. Scouts launch first by rank, then siblings.

Rocket kits can be purchased at Hobby Lobby and Michaels. Below is a link to Hobby Lobby where you can print a 40% off coupon. This will give you a discount toward the purchase of rockets or engines, etc): http://www.hobbylobby.com/ However, you can also purchase them from Estes™ website (http://www.estesrockets.com), but make sure it will ship to get here on time. And, of course, there's always Amazon for faster shipping.

We also encourage scouts to purchase at least two or three engines for use at the event (engine packages typically include igniters and igniter holders) as well as recovery wadding, which is flame retardant. You must use the wadding to help prevent the engine from catching the parachute on fire. There will be spare wadding at the event to ensure this is addressed. The model rocket instructions should show you how to install the wadding and engine in the rocket, and install the igniter and its holder at the time of the launch.

PLEASE CHECK THE REQUIRED ENGINE SIZES FOR THE SPECIFIC KIT YOU ARE PURCHASING. THIS WILL BE LISTED ON THE FRONT OF THE KIT. WE HIGHLY RECOMMEND YOU PURCHASE THE SMALLER ENGINES INDICATED ON THE KIT IN ORDER TO LIMIT THE HEIGHTS REACHED BY THE ROCKETS, thereby reducing the amount of drift to hopefully keep the rockets within the boundaries of the park and out of the water. This also helps to ensure your son gets to retrieve his rocket for multiple launches. We do not recommend two-stage rockets for this same reason.

TThis is a lot of information, especially for new parents, so please don't hesitate to call Bob Morgan (817-944-7043), Josh Pezzuto (717-798-1818) or Jill Pezzuto (717-798-1800) with any questions.

Last, but not least, we will need parents to help with set up, the launch crew, and clean up, so please come early (8am) if you are available to help work the event.

Please Don't Miss Rocket Launch - It's a BLAST!!!!!!!!!

More Summertime Fun with Pack 422 coming up!

Posted by bmorgan on Jun 27 2017 - 5:58pm
  1. June 30th, 8:30pm  – Friday night movie in the park with Pack 422 @ Harvest Ridge Park (Harvest Ridge Rd and Broken Bend Blvd – directions: https://www.google.com/maps/place/Harvest+Ridge+Park/@32.965398,-97.2738863,17z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x864dda05cd2e03fb:0x39748446f4ec8423!8m2!3d32.9653935!4d-97.2716923?hl=en) .
  1. July 8th, 11am - Dove water park - 1509 Hood Ln, Grapevine, TX 76051 - $5 for non Grapevine; $2 for grapevine residents.
  1. July 15th, 2pm - 4pm - Painting with a Twist - $10 per Scout (The Pack will pay the remaining $15 per Scout).  Any siblings will be $25.  You must register and pay for this event by July 7th, so they can have enough supplies for everyone, etchttp://www.paintingwithatwist.com/events/viewEvent.aspx?eventID=1193101  Password is SCOUT.
  1. August 19th, 10am - Noon – Annual Water Balloon Launch at WSES soccer fields.

Much thanks again to Tamara Maya for setting all of this up!

Summertime Fun with Pack 422

Posted by bmorgan on Jun 27 2017 - 5:27pm
  1. June 23rd @1pm - Keller Pointe - Come swim with the Pack - there is no RSVP.  Just tell them you are with the Cub Scout party when you get there, so they can log your name, and the Pack will pay.   
  2. June 30th - movie in the park @ harvest ridge park at 8:30pm. 
  3. July 8th at 11am - Dove water park - 1509 Hood Ln, Grapevine, TX 76051 - $5 for non Grapevine; $2 for grapevine residents.
  4. July 15th from 2pm - 4pm - Painting with a Twist - $10 per Scout (The Pack will pay the remaining $15 per Scout).  Any siblings will be $25.
  5. August 19th from 10am - Noon - Water Balloon Launch at WSES soccer fields.

 Much, much thanks to Tamara Maya for arranging all of this!


Posted by bmorgan on May 12 2017 - 12:44pm

Crossover was great!  So proud to be part of this group of great boys and dads - tremendous!

With Crossover behind us, it is now time to plan for next year.  Our annual Planning Meeting is scheduled for Tuesday, 5/16/17, at 6:00pm at WSES - Science room #307, NOT in the cafeteria (the Kindergarten has a musical on the same night I believe).  

Our primary focus will be on planning the next year's activities, including budget, for our Cub Scout Pack, including but not limited to Summer time events (Tamara Maya and Theresa Meier coordinating - thank you Tamara); Campouts (Angie Septer coordinating - thank you Angie); Rocket Launch (Jill Pezzuto coordinating - thank you Jill); Pinewood (Brandon Yancey coordinating - thank you Brandon), and B&G (we still need coordinators for B&G).

This is your opportunity to provide input on what you would like our Pack to be doing in the coming year.  Also, just an FYI for our newer members, the Dens don't typically meet during the Summer time.  Typically, just the Pack meets about once per month to achieve the Summertime Pack Award, but that's about it.  That doesn't mean your Den is not allowed to meet, just that there are no requirements that you have to work on until September, i.e. the Den meetings typically follow the school year.

This meeting is for parents only, so if you must bring your kids, please make sure they have something to do to keep them occupied and not disturb our meeting, so we can get the work done and get out ASAP.  We do not want kids running the halls because the school has other meetings/events on that same night. 

On a very positive note, Camp Card sales were a huge success with total sales of $7,910 (791 cards) sold +$107 donations = $4,062 placed into the Scout Accounts of 31 boys (vs. $2,330 last year for 18 boys) for use at day camp, pack dues, Scout store stuff, etc., etc.  If you're not sure if something would be covered by this, just email your question to me and/or Kelly Morgan.  To use your Scout Account, just submit your receipt with reimbursement form attached to Kelly Morgan, Treasurer, for reimbursement.  When we collect dues in September, you will just indicate at that Pack meeting that you want to apply your son's Scout Account money to pay his dues.  To be clear, the Camp Card sales money goes to the individual Scout, i.e. the Pack does not get any of that money.  The Pack money comes from dues payments and Popcorn sales.

Thanks so much for your help.

CROSSOVER at Bear Creek Park Sunday, 5/7, at 4pm, and Volunteers are needed!

Posted by bmorgan on May 5 2017 - 4:55pm

Our annual rank advancement ceremony (Crossover) is May 7th from 4pm – 6pm at Keller’s Bear Creek Park at the bridge near the pavilion.   
Bring your Scout in his Class A uniform, your camera, chairs, and tissues. 
There will also be a cake reception following the event at the adjacent pavilion.

  • Volunteers currently needed as Coordinator/Planner for the following events:  Summertime events (June, July, and August) - provide assistance to Tamara Maya (Thank you Tamara for stepping up to help out!), Rocket Launch (September), Pinewood (January), and Blue & Gold (February).  So, please email me with the event that you would like to work on ASAP - No Den Leaders - We have a lot of parents in this Pack, and we need your help to make our Pack events fun and successful for our boys.  Many hands make light work, so please lend a hand.
  • Thanks very much for your help.
    Bob Morgan, Pack 422 Committee Chair

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