The Girl Scouts provides a program of purposeful play and group activities, which emphasizes friendship and caring. It offers new knowledge through badge work, short trips and camping. Missy Cochran 314-306-4790.
• develop leadership skills and learn respect for God, country, and fellow man;
• develop personal confidence and self-worth;
• make ethical choices and strive to achieve their full potential;
• do their best.
Cub Scout Organization
The Pack is …
• a group of boys of all ages and their adult leadership;
• sponsored by a Chartered Organization;
• divided into “Dens” which consist of 6-8 boys of the same age, and their adult leaders.
Boys and Dens are organized by Rank based on age
Tiger ( 6 years old or 1st grade )
Wolf ( 7 years old or 2nd grade )
Bear ( 8 years old or 3rd grade )
Webelos 1 ( 9 years old or 4th grade )
Webelos 2 ( 10 years old or 5th grade )
All Scout Activities are age-appropriate.
• Parents are the major source of Scout leadership
• Scouting is volunteer-lead
• Full support and cooperation of every parent is essential
Parents can help reduce the load for everyone by serving as den leaders or committee members. Parents should participate and encourage their boys in their advancement
The Pack was chartered in 1944 by St. Michael the Archangel Church and is part of the New Horizons District of the Greater St. Louis Area Council. The Council provides literature, tools, training, volunteer & professional guidance and a major activity schedule, including provision of camp facilities.
The Pack funds itself through dues, fundraisers and other donations.
St. Michael pack activities include: Pinewood Derby, Wolf Sanctuary Hike, Blue and Gold Banquet, Scouting for Food, Fishing Derby, Family Campout, Rascals Baseball Campout, Summer Camps, Rock Climbing, Fright Fest