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Welcome to the online home of Cub Scout Pack 458 in Antioch, CA.

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Though we are associated with Holy Rosary Catholic Church, we welcome all kindergarten through 5th grade boys from Antioch, Oakley and Brentwood regardless of their religious or school affiliation.  Our average pack size is between 30 and 45 boys each year, made up of grade-specific Dens ranging in size from  4 to 12 Scouts in each Den. Scouting is a year-round activity and we generally have most boys join in June so as to be able to participate in our summer activities or again at the beginning of the school year. Visitors are always welcome to come to our monthly Pack meetings to get a better sense of what Scouting can offer your son or feel free to contact us for more information.

For information on membership and all that Scouting has to offer your boy, please email us using the Contact Form on the left of this page and be sure to visit the Boy Scouts of America web site at http://www.scouting.org.

Welcome to our Pack Families!!

Welcome Cub Scout Families!  Please note that access requires an active email address. Please be sure we have one on file for you. You can also use the Contact Us link to the left and contact the webmaster to send us your current email address.  You can also use this function to request a new user name and password.

Please check the upcoming events on the right hand side to see what our Pack will be doing this month.  The calendar is another great resource.  Please check the calendar frequently and be sure to put upcoming events on your personal calendar.

The Pack Leadership is always looking for parent volunteers to help with activities and events and is truly grateful for all assistance that can be given.  This year we ask that each family sign up to volunteer for one event.  Just as the "Cub Scouts help the pack go" (part of the Laws of the Pack), so do parents.  We need your help to make this year and all our events a success.  If you haven't signed up for an event, please talk to us at the next Pack meeting.  We are happy to help you find a fun way to participate and help the Pack.

 

Again, welcome to our Scouting Family. 

 

Thank you for the Operation Creekside Donations!

Posted on Feb 17 2018 - 11:30pm

Thank you to all the families that brought donations for Operation Creekside!  Due to a scheduling conflict, their representative could not make it to our pack meeting.  However, I dropped off the donations to the organization this morning and they were very appreciated!  Ed from Operation Creekside shared with me that some of our donations will go to a soldier that has to return to deployment even though his own father is in ill health.  He wants to stay with his father, but he must go fulfil his duty to his country.  I hope that our donations will bring a little cheer to this soldier in a difficult time.  

Scout Sunday

Posted on Feb 3 2018 - 7:24pm

 

Scout Sunday is February 4th. We will be participating as a Pack in the 8:45 AM Mass where 3 of our Cubs will receive a religious award.

Blue and Gold March 10th: Save the Date!

Posted on Jan 27 2018 - 11:06pm

Please join your Pack for our annual Blue and Gold Banquet which is a celebration of Scouting.

Our Arrow of Light Scouts will be bridging to a Boy Scout troop and we will have a wonderful dinner.

Active weekend for Pack 458!

Posted on Oct 28 2017 - 9:36pm

We had an active weekend for Pack 458!

On Friday evening, we attended the Diablo Sunrise District Campfire where some Scouts from 458 told jokes, did a cheer and sang Cub Scout Vespers.

Brannan Island Camping trip

Posted on Oct 14 2017 - 11:45pm

Pack 458 had a great 2 night camping trip to Brannan Island.

Scouts did some hiking, fishing, knot-tying, games and campfires!

 

Fishing at Los Vaqueros Watershed

Posted on Jul 18 2017 - 11:19pm

It was a beautiful morning for fishing at Los Vaqueros Reservoir this past Sunday and we had a good turn-out of Scouts and family.

Using garlic-scented Powerbait and cut-up anchovy, we thought we would get some fish but there was only one catch and release of a striped bass.

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