Established in 1945, Pack 69 is Homestead's oldest pack! We were created following Troop 69 in 1945 and were first chartered in June of 1945 by Homestead Presbyterian Church. Due to the end of World War II, we had to wait until things got somewhat back to normal. By 1949, Cub Scout Pack 69 had it's very first Den, Den 1, which were the first to receive our Pack flag. Shortly after our charter with the Homestead Presbyterian Church, we transferred to Silver Palm United Methodist Church and have been there ever since. Recently, however, we chartered with The Loyal Order of the Moose and have continued our longstanding relationship with Silver Palms United Methodist Church, that continues to be our meeting place. In 2019, Pack 69 was one of the first Packs in South Florida to welcome in girls to the once boys-only Scouting program.
Since 1945, Cub Scout Pack 69 has been actively involved in the community and helped thousands of Scouts learn essential life, social, and leadership skills. We keep a vigorous schedule of events and activities, allowing our Scouts to get the most out of their scouting experience. The Pack has fun, hands-on learning and achievement that puts kids in the middle of the action and prepares them for today – and for life. We keep a very active year-round program for boys and girls in grades K-5. Interested in learning more about Homestead's historic Pack 69? Feel free to send us an email at email@example.com. Let us help mold your child into tomorrow's leader!
We are chartered out of The Loyal Order of the Moose and meet every other Monday at 7pm Silver Palm United Methodist Church.
(15855 SW 248th Street, Homestead, FL 33031)