Cub Scout Pack 3079 - Chicago

Are you interested in enjoying adventures, having fun, making friends and learning valuable life skills?  Scouting makes this happen.  If you have a daughter or son in grades 1 through 5 and live on the north side of Chicago, join Pack 3079!

Pack 3079 is one of the largest, most active Cub Scouts groups in Chicago.  We camp three times a year, build and race model boats and cars among other fun activities and service projects.  Pack 3079 hosts one large meeting each month during the school at the Menomonee Club. This is called Pack Night.  Scouts in the same grade and of the same gender meet in small groups twice a month.  These are called den meetings.   Our formal meetings begin in September and run through May each year.  


What is Cub Scouts?

Fun with a purpose that aligns with Scouting's 12 core values of  Citizenship, Compassion, Cooperation, Courage, Faith, Health and Fitness, Honesty, Perseverance, Positive Attitude, Resourcefulness, Respect, Responsibility.  

You can learn more about Cub Scouts in this Parent Orientation Guide.


Interested in joining?

Girls and Boys may join at any time. Two things need to be completed:

1) Scouts must register via the Menomonee Club website (http://www.menomoneeclub.org/scouting)

2) Complete a Scouting application (http://www.scouting.org/filestore/pdf/524-406A.pdf)

The registration cost is $65 each year.  Pack 3079 Scouts also need to be a member of the Menomonee Club, our chartered organization, that hosts our activities.  The Pack provides each Scout with a Cub Scout handbook, neckerchief and neckerchief slide.


What have our Cub Scouts experienced?

September Pack Meeting - Experienced hands-on, live and extremely interactive experience with reptiles and amphibians
October Pack Meeting - REI representatives taught boys (and their parents) how to prepare for and enjoy camping.  We also have learned archery, hiked and held campfires at Northerly Island.
Fall Campout - Scouts learned about earned their Weather, Hiking and Ultimate (Frisbee) capped with campfire featuring skits, stories and s'mores
November Pack Meeting - LEGO representatives guided the boys to be artists by creating their own LEGO Comic strips
December Pack Meeting - Annual holiday party featuring games and snacks
January Pack Meeting - Scouts learned about emergency preparedness
Winter Campout (in cabins) - Scouts shot rifles, practiced archery, winter hiked, rock climbed indoors and outdoors, made candles over an open fire and created survivor bracelets among other activities.