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» upcoming pack meetings and events
April 2015

4/11 - 4/12 - Mystic Seaport/Aquarium Sleepover

4/17 - Pack Night

May 2015 

5/2 - Applebees Flapjack Breakfast Fund Raiser - 8:00-10:00
5/15 - Pack Night 
5/23- Calverton Flag Placement 9:00am
5/30 - Calverton Flag Retrieval 9:00am


June 2015

6/6 - 6/7 - Baiting Hallow camping trip

July 2015

7/21 - 7pm - Ducks Game


Welcome to Pack 204 in Miller Place New York. We welcome boys from the surrounding area

Pack 204 usually meets at the Miller place High School Cafeteria but check our upcoming events for exact location and times

Pack 204 is thrilled to welcome all our new Cub Scouts to pack 204. get ready for a great year of fun and activities
Some Past Fun
Click the link below to see a slide show of all the fun we have at Pack 204

Did you know a Boy Scout designed the current U.S. flag?

In 1958, 17-year-old Boy Scout Bob Heft designed the current U.S. flag as part of a school project. Heft received a B-minus from his teacher, but President Eisenhower liked the design so much he chose it as the official flag two years later.
Law of the Pack

The Cub Scout follows Akela.

The Cub Scout helps the pack go.

The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.

The Cub Scout gives goodwill.

Cub Scout Promise

 I, (name), promise to do my best

To do my duty to God and my country,

To help other people, and

To obey the Law of the Pack.

Interested in Joining Cub Scouts?

Cub Scouts is open to any boy Age 6 or entering the first grade. registration is usually in May but contact our recruitment person to see if we can get you in. boys are placed based on their age or school grade. you can find out more by clicking the yellow "joining" link above.

 If you are older than 10. please visit our Boy Scout Troop site www.troop204millerplace.org

Cubbies corner

Respect: Showing regard for the worth of someone or something. Respect is something we should all practice every day. We should strive to be respectful of others, of our surroundings, in what we say and do, and most of all we should have respect for ourselves. Cub Scouts will learn that if they are respectful of others, others will respect them.

Want to see something added to the site?
if there is something you would like added to our site, feel free to contact me and we will get the ball rolling. Webmaster - Jim Fehling (email - jimsscoutden@gmail.com)