Join Cub Scouting!

ATTENTION First – Fourth grade boys and their parents:

Hales Corners Lutheran Church, Cub Scout Pack 599, invites you and your son to find out more about the Pack on Wednesday, September, 18, 6:00-6:30p.m. at the Grange Campus (HCL Elementary School).

Hales Corners Lutheran Church
Grange Campus
5425 S. 111th Street
Hales Corners WI 53130
Tel.: (414) 529-6700

This invitation includes, but is not limited to Hales Corners Lutheran Church members, Public School students and Homeschoolers.  We already have many families in our Pack that are part of the “Grace Christian Homeschool Group” and Public School system.

Contact our Cubmaster at eric.slifer@gmail.com or 414-377-1044 for further information.
Please visit the separate Cub Scout Pack 599’s page.

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Cub Scouts®. Do Your Best. Have Fun Doing It.

The best way to find out what you do best is to do it. Swing a bat. Pitch a tent. Build a pinewood derby® car. Cub Scouts are at that magical age where everything is new and possible and, most important, fun. They live in a world of “firsts”—first home run, first campfire, first checkered flag—where their game plan is their imagination. Their most valuable reward is the friends they make for life and a parent’s proud smile. These are invaluable experiences that can be had in Scouting. These are life lessons that transform today’s Cub Scouts into tomorrow’s Boy Scouts.