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Since 1976, Mt. Pisgah United Methodist Church has supported Scouting in Greensboro, NC by serving as the Charter Organization for Pack 316. Located at the corner of Battleground Avenue and Pisgah Church Road, Mt. Pisgah UMC offers its facilities, guidance and support to not only the Cubs but a strong Boy Scout Troop and Venture Crew. We are all very grateful for their 38 years of dedicated support.

Pack 316 continues to recruit and train parent volunteers to serve with their sons as leaders within the Pack. We are part of the Guilford District of the Old North State Council and our Council has one of the finest training programs around.  In conjunction with the Boy Scouts of America’s official web site, www.scouting.org, we continually update our training and program in order to provide the highest quality and safest experience for boys in our nation.

We can look back at those who have come through Pack 316 as Cub Scouts in previous years and see doctors, firemen, law enforcement officers, state troopers, successful businessmen, ministers and many others and truly know that the program, time, effort, and sacrifice that has been made on their part has made a positive difference. Thank you for visiting our site and please encourage your son to "Go Scouting".

Leader/Parent meeting

Posted on Jul 21 2017 - 9:57am

Please, please, please plan to attend a meeting on August 1 at 7:00pm. We need the input and assitance of parents to continue to quality program the Pack 316 is known for. 

PACK Facebook Page

Posted on Jul 21 2017 - 8:14am

YES!!! YES! The Pack finally has a Facebook page. Someplace to share our pictures and happenings publicly. Thanks to Jeff Powell for suggesting this and taking the lead to create it. Search for 'Pack 316 Greensboro' on Facebook.

Help BSA help YOU

Posted on Jul 21 2017 - 8:09am

Please attend one of these events! It will help you understand Scouting and help develop a better program for your son.

At the recent National Annual Meeting the week of May 22-26, 2017, our organization began a conversation about whether and how Scouting should serve a broader constituency and began discussing options that could help us truly serve the needs of today’s families. To move the conversation forward, it is important that we hear from those that bring Scouting to life in our communities.  As we think about the future, we are interested in gaining perspective from our Scouting leaders and families.  Please extend this invitation to parents of your units and join us for a discussion on one of the dates listed below as we continue the important conversation about how to make Scouting more accessible to today’s families.

Grasshopper tickets

Posted on Jul 15 2017 - 4:54pm

If you paid for Grasshopper tickets and have not picked them up yet, please arrange with Chris when you will be picking them up. pack316gso@gmail.com

July summer activities

Posted on Jul 10 2017 - 10:28am

Save the date! We have the following planned: 

July 15 - Swim day at Elks lodge is ON! We have it planned for guests to swim from 10am-3:00pm. The cost for non-members is $4 per person (all pool guest fees have gone up across town). They have one of the best poolside snack bars around with fresh grilled hamburgers with topping choices, drinks and other packaged snacks! Be sure to sign in on the roster list or check in with Den 1 leader, Jim Furman.  

Webelos Camp next Sunday

Posted on Jul 1 2017 - 9:06pm

Reminders will be going out via email this week, but please put on your schedule to be at Woodfield around 12-noon next Sunday. 

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