Pack 3079 registration fee - $65

In the interest of transparency, the Pack incurs $80.90 per boy in direct fees each year.

This amount does not include awards (like belt loops and patches), programming (e.g. representatives from LEGO or animal handlers), and campouts (the Pack subsidized winter campout costs by more than $2,000).  Our fundraising, via popcorn sales, allows us to keep the costs low for everyone to participate, yet enable a great experience for your daughter or son.

The Pack provides $44.90 of items for each boy, each year:

  • Rank (Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos) Handbook, $11
  • Rank Neckerchief, $9
  • Rank Neckerchief Slide, $6
  • Rank Emblem, $2
  • Rank Parent's Pin, $1.40
  • Custom Pack 3079 # Patch, $6
  • Pinewood Derby Car, $4
  • Rain Gutter Regatta Boat, $5.50

Boy's Life Annual Subscription, $12

(These prices are rounded from the BSA official retail site, ScoutStuff.org.) 

Additionally, we are required to pay the National organization $24 per Scout.  A list of what the fee covers is below.

What does your $24 buy?

The Boy Scouts of America National Council provides program materials and support for 280 local councils that administer the Scouting program, with each covering a specific geographic area. To be more specific, the following are the key functions of the national council:

  • Provide liability insurance to registered adult members, local councils, chartered organizations and the national organization
  • Provide technological platforms for the Scouting movement
  • Provide local councils with program as well as tools for camp and office planning and evaluation, extensive financial counseling, planned giving and fundraising information, and professional personnel support
  • Coordinate a communications network through magazines and literature (handbooks, merit badge pamphlets, brochures, training materials, and professional development training)
  • Make available uniforms, equipment, and program supplies
  • Develop and maintain year-round national high-adventure bases and execute national events (jamborees, National Eagle Scout Association and Order of the Arrow conferences, and National Council meetings)
  • Maintain communication with chartered organizations that use the Scouting program (religious institutions, civic organizations, labor unions, professional organizations, business, and industry)
  • Maintain liaison with Scouting associations in other countries as a member of the World Scout Conference

Overall, Cub Scouts is one of the most cost effective programs your son can participate in while having fun learning life-long skills.


Menomonee Club

The Menomonee Club is our chartered organization.  They host our activities and events.  Pack 3079 members are required to belong to the Menomonee Club.  Their annual membership is $80 for an individual and $140 for a family.  This membership enables participation in many other great programs as well.


Cub Scout uniform cost ~ $73.74

This is broken down as follows:

  • Pants/Shorts:  Cub Scout™ Switchback2™ Official Uniform Pants, $24.99
  • Shirt: Cub Scout™ Short-Sleeve Shirt, $24.99
  • Belt: Cub Scout Web Belt Web, $9.99
  • Socks: Cub Scout Uniform Coolmax Crew Socks, $5.99
  • World Scout Crest Emblem: $1.99
  • Den: Cub Scout Den Numeral, $1.49
  • Council Shoulder Patch: Chicago Area, $4.30

Optionally, many scouts purchase the Cub Scout cap, $14.99


Events

Events such as campouts and Blue & Gold banquet are priced to cover the cost of the food and programming for that activity.  The fall and spring campout typically cost $40 per person.  We charge $50 per person for the winter campout.  The Pack is charged $69 per person in addition to patches, awards and the like, though we subsidize the cost by $19 per person via fundraising efforts.  


Financial Assisitance

Financial assistance is available for those who need it to help with Menomonee Club dues, Pack fee and additional charges for special events.  Please contact the Cubmaster or Pack Committee Chairperson for more information.

Pack 3079 registration fee - $65

In the interest of transparency, the Pack incurs $80.90 per boy in direct fees each year.

This amount does not include awards (like belt loops and patches), programming (e.g. representatives from LEGO or animal handlers), and campouts (the Pack subsidized winter campout costs by more than $2,000).  Our fundraising, via popcorn sales, allows us to keep the costs low for everyone to participate, yet enable a great experience for your daughter or son.

The Pack provides $44.90 of items for each boy, each year:

  • Rank (Tiger, Wolf, Bear, Webelos) Handbook, $11
  • Rank Neckerchief, $9
  • Rank Neckerchief Slide, $6
  • Rank Emblem, $2
  • Rank Parent's Pin, $1.40
  • Custom Pack 3079 # Patch, $6
  • Pinewood Derby Car, $4
  • Rain Gutter Regatta Boat, $5.50

Boy's Life Annual Subscription, $12

(These prices are rounded from the BSA official retail site, ScoutStuff.org.) 

Additionally, we are required to pay the National organization $24 per Scout.  A list of what the fee covers is below.

What does your $24 buy?

The Boy Scouts of America National Council provides program materials and support for 280 local councils that administer the Scouting program, with each covering a specific geographic area. To be more specific, the following are the key functions of the national council:

  • Provide liability insurance to registered adult members, local councils, chartered organizations and the national organization
  • Provide technological platforms for the Scouting movement
  • Provide local councils with program as well as tools for camp and office planning and evaluation, extensive financial counseling, planned giving and fundraising information, and professional personnel support
  • Coordinate a communications network through magazines and literature (handbooks, merit badge pamphlets, brochures, training materials, and professional development training)
  • Make available uniforms, equipment, and program supplies
  • Develop and maintain year-round national high-adventure bases and execute national events (jamborees, National Eagle Scout Association and Order of the Arrow conferences, and National Council meetings)
  • Maintain communication with chartered organizations that use the Scouting program (religious institutions, civic organizations, labor unions, professional organizations, business, and industry)
  • Maintain liaison with Scouting associations in other countries as a member of the World Scout Conference

Overall, Cub Scouts is one of the most cost effective programs your son can participate in while having fun learning life-long skills.


Menomonee Club

The Menomonee Club is our chartered organization.  They host our activities and events.  Pack 3079 members are required to belong to the Menomonee Club.  Their annual membership is $80 for an individual and $140 for a family.  This membership enables participation in many other great programs as well.


Cub Scout uniform cost ~ $73.74

This is broken down as follows:

  • Pants/Shorts:  Cub Scout™ Switchback2™ Official Uniform Pants, $24.99
  • Shirt: Cub Scout™ Short-Sleeve Shirt, $24.99
  • Belt: Cub Scout Web Belt Web, $9.99
  • Socks: Cub Scout Uniform Coolmax Crew Socks, $5.99
  • World Scout Crest Emblem: $1.99
  • Den: Cub Scout Den Numeral, $1.49
  • Council Shoulder Patch: Chicago Area, $4.30

Optionally, many scouts purchase the Cub Scout cap, $14.99


Events

Events such as campouts and Blue & Gold banquet are priced to cover the cost of the food and programming for that activity.  The fall and spring campout typically cost $40 per person.  We charge $50 per person for the winter campout.  The Pack is charged $69 per person in addition to patches, awards and the like, though we subsidize the cost by $19 per person via fundraising efforts.  


Financial Assisitance

Financial assistance is available for those who need it to help with Menomonee Club dues, Pack fee and additional charges for special events.  Please contact the Cubmaster or Pack Committee Chairperson for more information.

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