Cub Scout Pack 115 Hosts Pack Mini-Camp, Welcoming Girls And Boys Into Their Family Scouting Cub Program

CANFIELD, OH, August 11, 2018 /24-7PressRelease/ — Canfield Cub Scouts Pack 115 is wrapping up a fun-filled summer program and getting ready to welcome existing and new members at a unique Meet the Pack Mini-Camp on Wednesday, September 12 at Camp Stambaugh in Canfield, OH.

“When youth and parents join Scouting, they join to be a part of something fun, unique and to get outdoors,” says Canfield Cub Scouts Pack 115 Cubmaster and Eagle Scout, Pat Kelly. So, Pack 115 is opening up its first meeting of the year with a fun, outdoor mini-camp.

This year is going to be exciting for Pack 115 as they join the Family Scouting movement, and will be welcoming both boys and girls into the Pack as members.

“I am very excited about the opportunities this opens to our family and the memories we will make, life lessons we will learn and the time we can spend together,” said Pack 115 parent, Renee Smail.

The Canfield Cub Scouts Pack 115 Wednesday, September 12 mini-camp will include time for existing Pack members and prospective members to get to know each other and have a great introduction to the Canfield Cub Scouts Pack 115 outdoor program.

Activities will include learning about safe BB and Sling Shot range practices, fun outdoor games and a String Donut Challenge. Meet the Pack 115 Mini-Camp is open to the whole family, and will also include a parent FAQ Session. An RSVP is appreciated, but can me made at any time, including the afternoon of the event.

Any parent to a girl or boy interested in learning more about Pack 115’s Family Scouting Program is welcome to reach out to [email protected] (330.550.0584) or let us know you want to join a meeting at

About Cub Scouts Pack 115
Cub Scout Pack 115 ( runs a year-round program serving girls and boys from five years old to fifth grade in a family-friendly Family Scouting Cub Scouts program. Pack 115 is led by dedicated, highly trained and BCI-background check cleared, volunteer leaders. Our dedicated Pack Volunteers lead Cub Scouts and families in fun, a respect for nature, valuable lessons, help learn citizenship, and develop physical fitness. Membership is always open, families are embraced in activities with their Scout and siblings. Boys in grades six through 18 years of age looking for a Scouting home, are encouraged to reach out to St. Michael’s Troop 115 which is open to all interested young men. Girls interested in learning more about joining Troop 8115 in February, may sign up to receive more information at

About St. Michael’s Parish
St. Michael Parish of Canfield, Ohio is known for a child-friendly worship culture and follows a kid-friendly focus to “welcome our children of all ages and give a smile of encouragement.” Dedicated to children throughout it’s ministries, St. Michael’s parish is also a strong support of Scouting, including Cub Scout Pack 115 and Scout Troop 115 and the future all-girl Scout Troop 8115.

About Great Trail Council and The Boy Scouts of America
Great Trail Council Boy Scouts of America. 100 years ago a group of like-minded leaders gathered with the intent of forming a council to serve the youth of the area an excellent scouting program. As a result of their efforts today the council serves over 8,000 youth in Ohio including Summit, Portage, Medina, Trumball, Mahoning and Northern Wayne Counties.

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