Welcome to Laguna Beach Cub Scout Pack 35!


Cub Scouts is open to boys in grades 1-5

Here are just a few of the fun activities your son will enjoy

~ kayaking Ÿ~ canoeing ~ rope tying ~ camping (did we mention camping?) ~
~ fishingŸ ~ star gazing ~ bike riding ~ sailing ~ pinewood derby racing ~
~ touring a Russian submarine Ÿ~ beach parties Ÿ~ scout-o-rama ~
~ Cub Scout day campŸ ~ more ~

Questions? Email your school’s contact:

El Morro: Tanya thovanesian@gmail.com TOW: Kimberly kbeat@mac.com

St. Catherine's: Tanya thovanesian@gmail.com Anneliese: Michael MichaelFranc@hotmail.com

Cub Scout Pack website: www.pack35lagunabeach.org





Register:  If your son is brand new to Scouting, you'll need to fill out a Youth Application (click this link to download one). Your son will join one of our age and grade-based groups:  Boys can join Cub Scouting at age 6 or in the beginning of their 1st grade year.  They continue in Scouting up until age 18, when they become adults.  If your boy is older than 11, ask us about which "patrol" he should join in Boy Scouts.  If you'll be serving as a volunteer, you'll need to fill out an Adult Application also (no added fees).



2013 Cub Scout Pack 35 Pinewood Derby

Recent local press about

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Cub Scout Pack 35

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Climbing Mount Rush S'mores



Cub Scout Oath (or Promise)
promise to DO MY BEST
To do my DUTY to GOD
And my Country
To HELP other people, and
To OBEY the LAW of the Pack

The Law of the Pack
The Cub Scout follows Akela.
The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
The Cub Scout gives goodwill.

The Cub Scout Motto
Do Your Best

Cub Scout Pack 35 is chartered by the Laguna Presbyterian Church in scenic Laguna Beach, California and part of the Orange County Council, Boy Scouts of America.

A highly active and progressive group, Pack 35 draws members from both Laguna Beach and surrounding cities.  Our leaders have a combined experience of nearly 50 years as Scouting volunteers and have been trained and recognized for volunteer service at Scouting's highest levels.

What do Cub Scouts in Pack 35 do?  Just about everything from A to Z--that is archery to zip line! And in between we do BB gun shooting, biking, boating and sailing, climbing, exploring nature, fishing, map and compass, photography, tomahawk throwing,  sports, and video games, just to name a few!

We have our own Family Olympics.

What more will your 6 to 11 year old get out of joining Pack 35?  Cub Scouting's all important life lessons, which are part of every activity we do  The "rules" in Cub Scouting are the Cub Scout Oath and Law of the Pack (see below).  Besides the physical activities above, Cub Scouts also cooperate on projects and badges that teach them citizenship, duty to family, and a love of the natural world.

Camping and outdoor activities are a big part of Pack 35's program, with overnight programs happening at least 4 times per year.  Our destinations are usually within 1 to 2 hours drive and are among the finest Scouting and non-Scouting facilities in southern California.

You can tell we're pretty fired up about helping young people have a great time while growing up to be responsible, honorable men.  If you'd like to learn more about Pack 35, drop us an email or visit one of our monthly pack meetings on the fourth Thursday of the month (September through May) at 6:30 PM at Laguna Prebyterian Church in beautiful downtown Laguna Beach!

Jam (scout) master Fays




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Pinewood Derby is here!!!

Posted on Jan 14 2015 - 8:28am

Hello Pack, 

The Derby is almost here!  Race Day is Tuesday, January 27th, 6pm Tank Hall.  
This weekend is a great time to help your scout build their car. I highly recommend it if you haven’t done so already. 
Pinewood Derby is one of the few Cub Scout activities that is competitive in nature.
That being said, it is primarily a teaching opportunity.
The scouting goals for the derby are:
  • Sportsmanship and Good Citizenship with the boys cheering on friends and den partners as they race against each other.
  • Personal Achievement in each boy building their own car (with adult supervision) using the appropriate tools safely.
  • Family Understanding because building the cars brings Moms and Dads closer to their sons as they build the cars together.
One the perennial questions that comes up each year is who really made that car?


Pinewood Derby Parent Volunteer Sign Up

Posted on Jan 13 2015 - 10:54am

Please sign up to help make our Pinewood Derby a great event.  We need lot of help with set up and the race activities so the event is fun and successful - 

Food Drive for Laguna Food Pantry - Saturday, Novemeber 15, 2014, 8:30 a.m.

Posted on Oct 22 2014 - 3:07pm

Help out during Food Awareness Month by sorting cans of food for the food drive at the Laguna Food Pantry.  This event is happening Saturday, November 15, 2014, from 8:30 - 11:30 a.m.  The Food Pantry has asked for 10-12 Cub Scout volunteers and parents to help with this effort.  The Laguna Food Pantry is located at 20652 Laguna Canyon Road, in Laguna Beach.  Contact Taylor Greene with questions at 949.306.5883 or taygreene@cox.net.

Join Scouting "Build-a-Fort" Night, Tuesday, Sept 24th

Posted on Sep 22 2013 - 2:43pm

Announcing Join Cub Scout "Build-a-Fort" Night

2013 Beltloop Bazaar - an event your Scout will not want to miss!

Posted on May 26 2013 - 9:20pm

What is Beltloop Bazaar?

Beltloop Bazaar is a one-day Cub Scout Belt Loop fair. Participation is limited to the first 300 Cub Scouts who register.

Make Pinewood Derby Your Holiday Parent/Son Project

Posted on Dec 28 2012 - 5:46am
Dear Pack 35 parents,
As you're noodling on what to do with your kids this holiday week, consider designing/building your pinewood derby car for our race coming up on January 29th.  Here are some ideas to consider:
  • Have a den "build-it" get-together or party at the house of one of the parents (or a friend of the den) who has a great wood-shop.  You can also knock out some "build-it" requirements for your Tiger/Wolf/Bear/Webelos badge while you're at it.  Be sure to bring safety glasses, and encourage all children (and parents) to come home with all fingers.  
  • Be attentive to the rules.  See below for a partial list.  See the website for full rules
  • Do some googling for great design and strategy ideas
  • Have your son build the car with your help and supervision.  You'll be amazed what he'll do if you keep your mouth closed and your ears/eyes open.  
  • Have fun!  Pinewood derby creates some of Scouting's greatest memories for both son and parent!  Don't focus on having the "winning car", which usually leads to disappointment and the boy thinking his parent is disappointed in him.  As we always try to do in Scouting, focus on the experience of the process and not the end result.
Happy new year!

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