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» SSP Pack 95 Leadership

Cubmaster - Tony LaMotte

Assistant Cubmaster - Will McEvoy

Assistant Cubmaster - Dan Anderson

Treasurer - Derek Schille

Parent/Committee Chair - Joseph "Chip" Jansen, Jr  

» Upcoming events
10/15 Den Meeting
10/22 Den Meeting
10/26 Northern Star Council - Fall University of Scouting - (Optional Leaders Training)
10/29 Den Meeting - *** All wreath orders and money due *** Drop off wreath orders, pick up Scouting for Food fliers
10/31 Journey 2.0 is due (Committee Chair Reminder only )
11/2 All Dens - Scouting for Food part 1 of 2
11/5 Pack Meeting - 6:30pm start time (Bobcat Badge Ceremony) - Location Lincoln Cafeteria
11/5 Scout and Leadership Yearly Membership dues deadline
11/9 Scouting for Food - Part 2
11/11 Veterans Day (State Capital TBD)
11/12 Parent Committee Meeting & Roundtable
11/12 Charter Renewal Due - (Leadership only reminder)
more upcoming events
» Den & Calendar color key

UPDATED for 2019/2020! 

  • Tiger Cubs (1st Grd)  = Den 5
  • Wolves (2nd Grd)  = Den 6
  • Bears (3rd Grd)  = Den 4
  • Webelo I (4th Grd) = Den 3
  • Webelo II (5th Grd) = Den 1 
  • Lions (K) = New Lion Cubs Den 2
  • Leader/Parent/Partner
» Scout Shop Information
St. Paul Scout Shop
Base Camp
    6202 Bloomington Road
Fort Snelling, MN 55111

      Hours: M-F: 9:30 a.m.-6:30 p.m.
      Sat: 9:30 a.m. -3:00 p.m.
Online Scout store:

» To help other people at all times...

Fall 2018 -  Pack 95 has always provided service opportunities to its scouts and families.  It is part of the Scout Oath, "To help other people at all times..." and the Scout service slogan "Do a good turn daily..."

We take pride in our community and there is so much we can give back.  The Pack 95 Parent Committee would like our cub scouts to participate in at last 2 of the 4 organized service projects or let us know how you've helped your neighbors / community.

  • Nov 3 & 10:  Scouting for Food - Supports Neighbors Inc
  • Jan 21: "Feed my starving children" food packing event
  • Feb 2: Ft. Snelling National Cemetery - Wreath clean up



Welcome to Pack 95,
South Saint Paul, Minnesota!

Pack 95 serves Lincoln Center of South St. Paul and Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota. Through our active boys, parents, and leaders we maintain a fun, safe environment that teaches our young men the skills and values they need to become outstanding citizens in our community and nation.

Pack 95 meets at 6:30 PM the first Tuesday of the month.  Check the calendar for location.  The Dens also meet up to two times a month at locations chosen by the Den and their families.

This web site has all the information you need to keep up-to-date on Pack 95 happenings.  See below for upcoming Pack events and important reminders.  Click on the links above for a full calendar, pictures, useful links or contact information.  Please check back often for updates and new content.



Pack 95 News:



Pack Membership Fee

October -  We will be collecting "dues" from scouts at meetings this month.  This applies only to scouts of 1 year or more.  Important: New Scouts who signed up or transferred this fall are already paid through 2019.  

Pack dues(Scouts and Leaders) are $44 per year + $16 for Boys Life. This amount covers the exact cost of the BSA annual membership for each scout. This is the best value in extracurricular activities around! The additional costs of service projects, advancements, supplies, camping trips, etc. is covered by wreath sales & donations.  By collecting the registration dues, we hope to send more scouts to camp this summer.  We strive to operate the Pack using only dues and the excess profit from wreath sales, so please sell participate in these activities!

No scout is ever refused membership based on ability to pay.

Youth Protection

Fall 2019 - The BSA have developed one of the nations most respected Youth Protection training policies and curriculum and they require that all registered volunteers take the Youth Protection Course.  

Youth protection can be best achieved through the shared involvement of everyone in Scouting. It’s imperative that parents and volunteers know Scouting’s Youth Protection policies, which include our barriers to abuse: the classic two-deep leadership and no one-on-one contact policies, as well as our mandatory reporting of child abuse and our social media guidelines.

Who should participate in Youth Protection training?  Everyone. All registered Scout leaders, any Scout parent who attends trips or campouts, merit badge counselors, and anyone with a connection to youth. If you’re a past member, current member, parent, or volunteer, you should be Youth Protection trained.

See this informative article in Scouting Magazine.

Training is available on-line or in person.  Please see our training tab to get started today.   Thank you! 


Cyber Chip

Do-At-Home Project - Each fall, as part of our commitment to youth production, scouts are encouraged to complete the Cyber Chip program.   Developed by the Boy Scouts of America with NetSmartz, a program of the National Center for Mission & Exploited Children, this quick program is a start to safe internet and mobile device use.  You can further explore their site for more information and safety tips.

Click here, or the Cyber Chip tab above to learn about the program and then follow the link to the age appropriate site.

We will have the Cyber Chip cards and pledge at the next pack meeting.

Be Safe, Scouts!


Attention Den Leaders

August - Have you seen the Updated "Leaders" tab at the top for den meeting and go-see-it ideas? All new den meeting plans for the new Cub Scout program.  Also note the "Training" Tab with information on required and optional training courses for leaders and both of those sections have the BSA's Cub Scout pod-cast. 


Making the most of
your family's scouting experience
Courtesy of Northern Star Council's "Navigator"

Whether this is your first experience or you've had a child involved for several years, there are many things you can do to take advantage of the opportunities available. As parents, you have varying roles to play depending upon the program and age of participant.

Direct involvement is highest in Cub Scouting, and decreases as members grow in their responsibility for program leadership and implementation through Webelos, Boy Scouting, Venturing and Exploring.

However, at all levels there are two keys ways you can help:
  1. Show an interest in your son's/daughter's Scouting accomplishments and achievements
  2. Take on tasks in support of the unit's leadership such as phone calls, event planning, driving to activities, or serving in a more formal leadership role as an assistant or primary unit leader.  

Kids do grow up so fast.  The time families spend together in scouting is cherished and talked about at gatherings long after participants have moved on to other stages of their lives. Make scouting part of you own family tradition.


Welcome New Tiger & Lion Cubs

The Wolves, Bears & Webelo's, and all the Adult partners and Volunteer Leaders of Pack 95 would like to welcome the new Tiger & Lion Cubs and their families.   We hope you enjoy scouting as much as we do.
Our next pack meeting is Tuesday 9/24 at 6:30 pm in the Lincoln Center cafeteria.  (Its okay to come after football)  We will form new "Dens" of cubs and have a New Parent Meeting. You do not need to have the uniform by this meeting.  We understand that everyone is busy!
If you have any questions or suggestions, let us know.  This is your pack now too, please feel free to join us at Parent Committee meetings.  See the calendar for details.
If you missed our 9/19 Join Scouting event. and can't make this meeting not to worry, new members are always welcome! Please join us at Lincoln Center for the next meeting or our pack meeting on 10/01.

Lion Cubs

Fall 2019- This fall, we will again have a den of Lion Cubs – Pack 95 was part of the original Lion Cub pilot program that was rolled out to other councils across the country. It has an updated program of exciting indoor and outdoor activities designed for kindergarten boys and their adult partner.

The den of Lion Cubs and their adult partners will meet together two to three times per month.
• Lion Cub dens will meet once a month for a den meeting and complete one of the Family/Den activities from the book.
• The second meeting each month for the Lion Cub dens will be a Grand Adventure outing.
• Family nights will be held periodically throughout the year.
• Lion Cubs will attend Cub Scout pack meetings with the older cubs too.

The Lion den is family run.   Our Lion Cub Coordinator will help the families get started and make a calendar and contact list. We also have lots of ideas and contacts for Grand Adventures.  Join us in September!


A 2012 Journey to Excellence - Gold
Award Winning Cub Scout Pack


HELP Wanted!
Scouting needs parents, too!
Scouting is a volunteer-led program.  Parents and the organizations who charter (sponsor) Scouting groups welcome volunteers who would like to work with the program for our children.  Our parent committee meetings are open to any parent or guardian.  The committee is made up of parents and we want you!   Consider attending the next committee meeting or Volunteer to help at one of our many events; you'll be glad you did!
Open Positions:
  • Committee Chair
  • Activities Chair
  • Website / social media administrator
  • Photo coordinator (take and/or gather photos)
How can I help?  
We are looking for all levels of involvement.  Everything from decorating at the upcoming Blue and Gold banquet or help at the Pinewood Derby, to heading up a committee.   Please reach out to any of the parent volunteers at the next pack meeting.


Welcome New Scouts

Fall 2019 - Thank you for taking a moment to explore our Pack website. Check out the calendar and other tabs. Feel free to send questions to the parent committee.

Pack 95 on Facebook

Fall 2019 - Pack 95 has joined Facebook as a way of communicating news, events and information to pack families.  The overall goal is to work with our website and reach more of the pack. Feel free to join, comment, and post.  We must follow BSA youth protection rules so no posting personal info or tagging last names of scouts in pics. It is a open group for viewing, but you must request membership to post in the group and receive updates.



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Why join?

Boys want to have fun, while parents want them to learn positive values and skills that will last a lifetime. If your boy is about to enter kindergarten through fifth grade, Cub Scouting may be exactly what you are both looking for. And its one of the few after-school activities that gives you one on one time with your child.

How do I join?

The Cub Scouts are open to any boy between the ages of 5 - 10 (Grades K to 5).  Our School Night for Scouting sign up is 9/19 at 6:00 p.m in the Lincoln Cafeteria.  For more information please feel free to send us an email or visit one of our monthly Pack meetings. Pack 95 supports Lincoln Center.  To see if your school has a pack, visit www.adventureiscalling.org.

Scouting needs parents, too!

Scouting is a volunteer-led program.  Parents are the key to our success!  Understand that this is a family activity. Your scout will get SO much more out of it if you participate WITH him, as opposed to just dropping him off. “LET’S go to Cub Scouts!” is so much more fun than, “You’re going to Cub Scouts.”


Listen up: A simple download of the Boy Scouts of America’s Cubcast, an audio podcast featuring how-to topics for Cub Scout leaders and parents, can improve your pack or den.

Sync Cubcast to your iPod, iPhone, Android phone, or favorite MP3 player before your next commute, and watch the miles fly by as your knowledge of the Cub Scout program grows.

Or, if you prefer, listen to it right from your computer at home — or at the office (go ahead, I won’t tell your boss).   - Scouting Magazine