Since 1941, Cub Scout Pack 352 has been help boys in 1st through 5th grades develop into citizens of character. Scouting is a positive and impactful form of community outreach with time-tested, high-quality youth development programs.
Sponsored by the Stoneleigh Community Association, Pack 352 serves the Stoneleigh, Anneslie, Wiltondale, Idlewylde, Loch Hill and Knollwood-Donnybrook neighborhoods. Monthly packmeetings are held at Stoneleigh Elementary School and numerous service projects support local communities, from raking leaves for elderly and handicapped neighbors to collecting food through the annual Scouting for Food program.
In general, Pack 352 operates independently, selecting and vetting its own leadership from the parents of current and past scouts. The pack is also self-funded, relying on annual dues and pack-selected fundraising events. Led by the Committee Chair, the pack leadership consists of committee members, den leaders and their assistants, treasurer, activities chair, pack trainer, advancement chair, cubmaster, and membership chair.
Dens are a group of youth segregated by grade and usually limited to 6-8 boys. The dens are led by an adult called a den leader. The den leader may be assisted by an assistant den leader and den chief (a Boy Scout).
- Tigers – 1st graders
- Wolves – 2nd graders
- Bears – 3rd graders
- Webelos – 4th graders
- Arrows of Light – 5th graders
All adult leaders must have a reference check, background check (conducted by the local council) and complete annual Youth Protection training. This training and additional courses are available online at myscouting.org. Youth Protection training is required before an application can be submitted.