In Cub Scouting, boys are grouped into dens - small, family-like groups of same age boys. Dens meet weekly and work on age-appropriate projects. In a den, boys learn give-and-take. It is a place where a boy learns to work with others while still being himself. In the comfortable setting of the den, even the shyest boy soon becomes involved as part of a positive support group.
Pack 226 has been operating continuously for over 36 years. The Pack has members today whose fathers were also highly active boy scouts, earning their eagle rank. Pack 226 accepts boys without regard to race, religious affiliation, and handicapping condition. We normally carry an active roster of approximately 50 boys.