Who We Are
Cub Scout Pack 102 welcomes all kindergarten to fifth grade boys and girls. We actively recruit from Ruhkala Elementary School, Rocklin Academy, Rock Creek Elementary, and Sunset Ranch Elementary, however, all schools are welcome. All it takes is the desire to have fun, the wish to make new friends, and the drive to experience new things. All activities are grade-level-specific, so if your son or daughter is interested, we'll have activities designed specifically for their development level. If you want to join us, feel free to stop by at any of our meetings or contact us for more information.
LEADING YOUTH TO LIFELONG VALUES
The mission of Pack 102 is to provide a positive safe atmosphere where the Scouts will grow and develop. Our objectives are citizenship training, character development, out-of-doors skills, respect, and personal fitness. In Cub Scouting, a framework is provided with guidelines upon which we build a positive growth foundation for a Scout to develop from being dependent to becoming independent. We provide this through a learning process that invites fun and excitement. By inserting fun and excitement into the learning processes our Scouts learn valuable life skills without knowing they are learning. That is when we know we are doing it right!
Pack 102 was founded on September 09, 2005, with Pete Korhfage serving as our first Cubmaster and Don Jackson as our Committee Chair.
"The spirit is there in every boy; it has to be discovered and brought to light.
Loyalty is a feature in a boy's character that inspires boundless hope. A boy carries out suggestions more wholeheartedly when he understands their aim.
The sport in Scouting is to find the good in every boy and develop it. The most worth-while thing is to try to put happiness into the lives of others."
Baden Powell : 22 February, 1857 - 8 January, 1941
Uniform and Insignia of the Cub Scouts
The Cub Scout uniform has the following parts:
Shirt—The official uniform shirt is available with long or short sleeves and has button-flap pockets and "Boy Scouts of America" lettered in gold above the right pocket.
Trousers or shorts—Official blue.
Belt—Official navy-blue web belt with metal buckle and Tiger, Cub Scout, or Webelos Scout emblem.
Socks—Official socks are available in three lengths: ankle, crew, and knee. Tigers' socks are navy blue with orange tops. Cub Scouts' socks are navy blue with gold tops.
Cap—Official navy-blue cap with orange front panel and tiger cub emblem for Tigers; yellow panel and wolf emblem for Wolf Scouts; blue panel and bear emblem for Bear Scouts. Webelos Scouts wear an olive cap with a plain panel bearing the Webelos logo.
Neckerchief—Triangular neckerchief is orange with navy-blue trim for Tigers, gold with navy-blue trim for Wolf Scouts, light blue with navy-blue trim for Bear Scouts, and plaid for Webelos Scouts. Official BSA neckerchiefs are the only neckerchiefs that boys should wear. Packs should not make their own pack neckerchiefs.
Neckerchief slide—Official gold-tone metal slide with the Tiger, Cub Scout, or Webelos Scout logo. Boys may wear handmade neckerchief slides.
Webelos Scouts may choose to wear either the blue Webelos uniform based on the Cub Scout uniform or the tan/olive uniform similar to the one that Boy Scouts wear.
For the tan/olive uniform, boys wear the official Boy Scout olive trousers or shorts and official Boy Scout tan long- or short-sleeved shirt with blue shoulder loops.
Official blue socks (with gold tops) are worn with the blue uniform, and official olive socks (with red tops) are worn with the tan/olive uniform.
With either uniform, all Webelos Scouts should wear the Webelos neckerchief (plaidwith the Webelos emblem), Webelos neckerchief slide (handmade slides are alsoacceptable), Webelos cap, and Weblos belt buckle.
Note that the Webelos belt buckle will only fit the blue cotton web belt (item number 64046-64048).