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Cub Scout Pack 1967 - Fairfax, VA

Laurel Ridge Elementary - Kings Park West


If you are interested in joining, or for more information, please contact our Pack Cub Master, Matt Jones, at:

Pack 1967 Cubmaster's Welcome

As the Pack 1967 Cubmaster, let me welcome you! 

Pack 1967 is chartered to the King's Park West Civic Association in Fairfax, VA, and we typically hold our Pack meetings on the second Wednesday of the month at Robinson High School cafeteria - feel free to join us, visitors are always welcome.

Our pack strives to make every event as much fun as possible.  Our pack meetings are interactive and sometimes entertaining; we have great events like launching rockets or racing model sailboats in a raingutter full of water; and we get out at least twice a year for Pack camping/hiking events.

In addition to the fun, we try to make sure everybody in the pack follows the Cub Scout motto to "Do Your Best."  In Pack 1967, all the parents help the boys do their best to learn skills that will help then through out the rest of their lives ... like how to tie a knot that will hold, what poison ivy looks like, and how to perform basic first aid.  In addition to serving the boys, we serve the community.  Pack 1967 Cub Scouts have assisted by collecting food for the less fortunate and helped to cleaning up local parks/school grounds.  By parents working closely with the boys, these simple life lessons sink in and help the boys as they grow to adults.

Pack 1967 has it all, we have fun, learn, and give back to the community - stop in for a visit, we would enjoy meeting you!

Matt Jones, Cubmaster

Join the Fun!

Future Scouts: Seize the opportunity to learn cool new things, experience things you've only imagined (or seen on TV), have a blast with your family and friends, and earn awards.

Future Scouting Parents: This is your chance (”blue and golden opportunity”) to teach your son invaluable lessons, instill values that you think are really important, and most importantly, prove to your whole family that you know how to have FUN! Research has shown that early involvement in values-based programs is vital to strong character development. The longer a child stays in Scouting, the more likely they are to develop the values and skills needed to become an ethical and productive citizen.  


Register AnytimeEven though the Cub Scout programs kicks up into high gear in September (at the beginning of the school year), you can join at any time of the year!  We welcome new members year-round, and if you just want to check out what Scouting (and what Pack 1967) is all about, you can always come to one of our pack meetings or events. Just contact our Cubmaster via email and see when we’re having the next meeting or event.


1)    We recommend you come try us out first, visit with the Den Leader and meet the other Scouts.

2)    When you are ready to join, fill out the online youth scout member application for Pack 1967.  

Our direct scout membership link is:

a.     Membership Application:  

Be A Scout Membership Application

(Cub Scout Pack 1967 – Kings Park West)

b.    -or- search for us via zip code (22032) at

                                               i.    Note:  There is a prorated National BSA registration fee that will be charged when you process your application.  (it may be ~$11).  

3)    After you register, our Cub Master will get and email and pass your information on to your Den Leader. BSA will process the form and email you a BSA membership #.

4)    Your Den Leader will create an ScoutBook account for you and your scout.  Once this membership # is associated with their ScoutBook account, the Den Leader and Parents will be able to track the scout’s progress on all their advancement and activities.

5)    The last step is to pay your Pack Dues.  We’ll track your dues payments for you in the payment log in ScoutBook.  We have 3 convenient ways to pay:

a.    Cash / Check(please make checks payable to “Cub Scout Pack 1967”; 

b.    PayPal– send money to:

c.    Venmo– send money to:

·       *(please note Scout’s name in memo comments)

Scout Meetings

Pack meetings are typically the second Wednesday night of the month at 7:00 pm at LAUREL RIDGE ELEMENTARY SCHOOL's Cafeteria. Meetings last about an hour and a half (we're trying to keep it closer to the 1 hour mark), during which we celebrate each scouts’ achievements from the previous month, discuss a core theme/value, play games, and learn about our community.


The pack is organized into different dens which are grouped by school grade:

    • Lion – Kindergarten
    • Tiger – 1st Grade
    • Wolf – 2nd Grade
    • Bear – 3rd Grade
    • Webelos – 4th Grade
    • Arrow of Light – 5th Grade

Our dens gather 1-4 times a month to do projects, play games, and visit points of interest in the community. During den meetings and at home with parents scouts earn awards, advancements, and patches. Cub Scouting is participation based with the scouts earning awards by doing their best.

Per Fairfax County Public Schools, whenever schools are closed due to weather any extracirricular activities meeting in the school are also cancelled.

We will try to provide timely updates via ScoutBook (a website for parents that provides calendar updates and tracks advancement requirements - available to all registered scout families), but check with your Den Leader if you still have questions.

How will having girls in Cub Scouts and Scouts BSA change the Scouting experience? Watch and find out!

Activities Calendar (2018-2019)

JUNE 2018

(10-Jun-18) Water Rocket Event - All Scouts (new & old) @ Royal Lake Park (2-4pm)
(13-Jun-18) June Pack Meeting - "Citizenship" @ Oak View Cafeteria
(15-Jun-18) Last Day of School
(24-Jun-18) Outdoor Family Adventure - Fishing at Royal Lake (2-4pm)


(04-Jul-18) Fairfax Fourth of July Parade
(09-Jul-18) Cub Scout Day Camp (09-13 Jul) @ Gesher Jewish Day School; POC: Jason Mann
(14-Jul-18) Potomac National's Baseball Game @ Pfitzner Stadium (game starts at 6:35pm)

(22-Jul-18) Pack Family Ice Cream Social @ Woody's (Fairfax) (2-4pm)
(29-Jul-18) Camp Goshen Webelos Summer Camp (29 Jul - 4 Aug)


(18-Aug-18) Tomb of the Unknown Soldier Wreath Laying @ Arlington Cemetery &  History Scavenger Hunt Hike in D.C.

(25-Aug-18) Outdoor Family Adventure - Hike (Ball's Bluff Regional Park, Leesburg, VA)

(26-Aug-18) Pack Back-to-School Cookout @ Royal Lake Park (5-7pm) 

(28-Aug-18) First Day of School


(03-Sep-18) Labor Day

(05-Sep-18) LRES Activity Night (Cafeteria, 6:30pm)

(08-Sep-18) Washington Nationals Baseball Game - Scout Day (Chicago Cubs @ Sat, 7:05 pm) - on your own

(12-Sep-18) Pack Meeting




(10-Oct-18) Pack Meeting


(21-Oct-18) Herald Delivery



(07-Nov-18) Old Rag Hike (Bears and up)

(10-Nov-18) SCOUTING FOR FOOD @ 0900-LRES

(14-Nov-18) Pack Meeting

(21-Nov - 23-Nov-18) School Fall Break


(12-Dec-18) Pack Meeting
(15-Dec-18) Wreaths Across America @ Arlington Cemetery

(24-Dec - 4 Jan-18) School Winter Break



(9-Jan-19) Pack Meeting

(19-Jan-19) Pinewood Derby Workshop @ Scout Shop





(13-Mar-19)  Pack Meeting



(27-28 Apr-19) SPRING FAMILY CAMPOUT (Burke Lake)


(09-Jun-19) Water Rockets @ Lakeside Park





Interested Scouting Families...don't miss out!  Contact us for details  to join us for our next meeting or adventure!  

Pack 1967 Families, please use the Events Calendar 
in ScoutBook as the official (and more detailed) calendar for all pack and den events.

Pack 1967 Leadership (2019-2020)

 Cub Master...................

 Matt Jones 

 Asst Cub Master    Dave Holden

 Committee Chair...........

 Steve Corley

 Committee Chair...........

 Advancement Chair.......



 Outdoor Chair..............


 Popcorn Sales................



 Lions (Den 2)..................

 Tigers (Den 6).................

 Wolves (Den 3)...............

 Bears (Den 1)..................

 Webelos (Den 5)..............

 Arrow of Light (Den 5)

Contact Info

Pack 1967 is chartered by the Kings Park West Civic Association
and is part of the Patriot District
National Capital Area Council
BSA Website -
Scouting magazine online -