Pack 699 is…


Cub Scout Values

On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
And to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake, and morally straight.

A Scout is…


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Founder’s Day Parade

Get y’er walking shoes on and join us bright and early to represent the best that Johns Creek has to offer in
Cub Packs.
Sirens blaring, Lights flashing, Engines revving. Don’t Miss the fun.
Event:  Founder’s Day Parade
Date:  Saturday, December 3, 2016
Starts:  8am  Ends: 12pm
Location:  Meeting place TBD. Pick up at Ocee Elementary
Dress:  Class A 
What to Bring: Walking shoes, water bottle, great attitude.

All scouts should be in Class A uniforms. Yes, if it’s cold, throw a shirt underneath and a jacket on top. But CLASS A UNIFORMS!!!!!!!! Let’s show the parade route what exceptionally well dressed scouts we are. You know, ’cause it’s “Be the Exception” theme?

Here’s how this works:
Park at Ocee Park at get on the shuttle bus to take you to the route between 8-9 am.
Most important part: OUR ROUTE SPOT IS YELLOW #3
We’ll walk/ride the parade route, and the shuttle busses will take you back to Ocee Park.
Don’t be late. Like, at all.


Things are starting to slow down as the holidays approach,

unless you are an Arrow of Light and busy meeting Boy Scout Troops.





The Cub Scout Leadership is two-fold. There are Cubmasters at the Pack level and Den leaders for each rank.

Our leaders are trained to the highest level possible, participating in continual growth and leadership programs. The Cubmasters and Den Leader follow the BSA’s guides based on the rank of the den, which are designed to support the purposes of Cub Scouting and are chosen to help promote the overall aims of Scouting:

  • To develop a boy’s character,
  • Train him in good citizenship,
  • And encourage him to become more fit—physically, mentally, and morally.

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We need YOU!

Den Leader-Tigers

Please see Scout Track for den meeting dates.

Stacey Holloway

Stacey Holloway

Stacey Holloway-Den Leader-Wolves

Please see Scout Track for den meeting dates.

Kurt Russell-Tim Carpenter Asst.

Kurt Russell-Tim Carpenter Asst.

Kurt Russell-Den Leader-Webelos

Tim Carpenter-Asst. Den Leader-Webelos

Please see Scout Track for den meeting dates.

Laura McCloskey-Cheyne Hardin Asst.

Laura McCloskey-Cheyne Hardin Asst.

Laura McCloskey-Den Leader-Bears

Cheyne Hardin-Asst. Den Leader-Bears

Please see Scout Track for den meeting dates.

Tommy Thornton & Melissa Dion Asst.

Tommy Thornton & Melissa Dion Asst.

Tommy Thornton-AOL-Arrow of Light

Melissa Dion-Asst. Den Leader-AOL-Arrow of Light

Please see Scout Track for den meeting dates.

Scott Solter

Scott Solter

Scott Solter-Cubmaster

Brett DeVore

Brett DeVore

Assistant Cubmaster-Brett DeVore

Northern Ridge District Vice-Chair

Northern Ridge District Membership Chair

Lauren Kemp

Lauren Kemp

Lauren Kemp-Committee Chair




It doesn’t get better than this!

Quick links to all the essential resources you will need to scout like a champ!

FAQ   Scout Track    BSA   My Scouting  Scout Stuff

Atlanta Area Council  Atlanta Area Scout Shop  Northeast Georgia Council  Lawrenceville Service Center

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The Boy Scouts of America have assembled a Frequently Asked Questions page for Parents, Volunteers, Alumni and Visitors.  This FAQ will hopefully answer your questions on how you can join your local Scouting program as a Scout, Parent or Volunteer.

Welcome to ScoutTrack — Online Achievement Tracking

Internet based record keeping for Cub Scouts Packs and Boy Scout Troops in BSA byScoutTrack.

Required Training

Youth Protection training is required for all BSA registered volunteers.

Youth Protection training must be taken every two years. If a volunteer’s Youth Protection training record is not current at the time of recharter, the volunteer will not be re-registered.


BSA-Being A Cub Scout

Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It’s all about the boy you are and the person you will become.

Uniforms, Advancement, Awards, and Recognitions

Did you know that you can earn more than 90 awards as a Cub Scout? Whether it’s a rank advancement, an adventure loop or pin, or one of the many other individual awards, there is plenty for you to set your sights on.

There are several location and online options for acquiring uniforms. Scout Stuff   Northeast Georgia Council    Lawrenceville Service Center   Atlanta Area Scout Shop Free Online Sign Up Forms

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