Cub Scout Information Night

Calling all new scouts! If you are interested in learning what Pack 631 and Cub Scouts are all about, please join us for the Information Night on Tuesday, May 16th at 7 p.m. in the Colony Bend Elementary Cafeteria. We’d be happy to tell you more and answer any questions that you might have. If you join now, you’ll be able to join us for all of our fun summer activities, including Day Camp!


Summer Activities

We have Blue & Gold coming up on May 20th to celebrate all that our scouts have accomplished this year. If you haven’t already, please make sure you RSVP through the email you were sent.

This summer we have a lot of great activities coming up, as well!  Here’s a quick run down –

June 6-9  Cub Scout Day Camp

June 10  Skeeters Game/Campout on the field (tickets can be purchased through the Skeeters & need to be purchased soon as they do sell out)

July 15  Ice Skating

August 5  Pool Party

We have sent out some information about these events by email and will continue to do so, but go ahead and mark your calendars to come have fun with your fellow scouts this summer!

February Events

February 4 at 9 a.m. Scouting for Food Collection
We will meet at Colony Bend Elementary and need as many scouts as possible to help collect food for our Scouting for Food efforts. Please wear your full uniform.

February 11 at 9 a.m. Pinewood Derby Build Day
Bring your car and come ready to get your car started. The build day will be held at the Reichling house.  Make sure you check out the rules to be sure that your car meets the Pinewood Derby standards before the race.

February 11 at 6:30 p.m. Arrow of Light Ceremony
The Arrow of Light Ceremony will be held at Community Park in Missouri City. Our entire Pack is invited to join us at the ceremony as they move up to Boy Scouts.

We’ll also be selling coupon books during the month of February. The money is due at the March Pack meeting. If you would like to sign up for a time to sell at Kroger but have not yet done so, please contact Jennie Funderburk.

Upcoming Events

Our next Pack meeting will be November 15th at 7 p.m. at the Colony Bend Elementary Cafeteria. Along with the normal pack activities, there’s also a fun activity planned that you won’t want to miss!

The Fall Campout is coming up on December 2-4 at Galveston State Park. An email has gone out with a PayPal link to sign up. The deadline for sign-ups is November 25th. We hope the Pack 631 scouts and families can join us.

Pinewood and Lego Derby

Derby Day is this Saturday, March 21 @ 9am at The Bridge Fellowship located at 802 Brooks Street in Sugar Land. The doors will open at 8:30 am so come early to get your car checked in and ready to race. Remember that we have the rules and tips posted under the handouts area of

Promptly following the Pinewood Derby, we will be running the Lego Derby. If you raced last year bring your Axles and Legos and race again. If this is your first year to race Legos we will be selling the axles. They are $6. If you need Legos we will have a pick a part area for $6 each racer.

Lastly, we will be testing the track Friday night, March 20 from 6 to 7 pm. We will be using this time to test the track and fine tune it for race day. You can bring your car and run it down the track for some final adjustments. We will be promptly shutting down the track at 7pm.

January and February Events

Scouting for Food – January 31 @ 9am Join us at Colony Bend Elementary as we pick up, sort and count food donations from houses around the school. All food will be donated to a local pantry to serve those in need. Scouts should wear their full uniform.

Kylie’s Prayer – January 31 @ 5:45pm This is a great chance for our boys to serve the homeless. We will meet at the CVS at 4700 Kirby Dr., Houston (Kirby and the Southwest Freeway). From there we will caravan to one or two spots depending on the amount of people that show up.  Items you are welcome to bring include:  hygiene supplies (toothbrush/deodorant/soap/etc.), socks, shoes (especially men’s shoes), clothing, jackets, blankets, bibles, snack items, fruit, etc.  Really anything you can think that someone might need on the street.  I have been told that people have brought hot chocolate on cold nights, chili, sandwiches, pizzas, fried chicken, etc.  Since we will be near Star of Hope there could be mothers and children.  You could also bring small toys, stuffed animals, or children’s clothing.  You should NOT give out money.  You are not required to bring anything, just do so if you would like.

Pinewood Derby Build Day – February 21 @ 9am – Get your cars ready for Pinewood Derby. We will have all of the tools and advice you will need to get your car prepared to race. This will be hosted at the Reichling’s house. 315 Dukes Bend, Stafford

Pinewood Derby – March 21 @ 9am – Race your Pinewood and Lego cars. Awards for speed, design and sportsmanship. The Bridge Fellowship will be graciously hosting us again. 802 Brooks Street, Sugar Land.

You can find the Pinewood Derby Car Rules here: Pinewood Derby Rules

Fall Campout

If you are attending the camping trip below is some important information for you.  If you are unable to attend the camping trip, but would like to join us for the day on Saturday, November 15th, you are welcome to do so.  An itinerary is attached.  We will be working on our service project at 9:30 am on Saturday morning.  Below is a menu for lunch and dinner.  If you would like to eat with us, the cost will be $5 per family per meal (this is only for those that have not paid for the camping trip).  We will need to know no later than Monday,  November 10th if you will be joining us and plan to eat with us. You are welcome to bring your own food as well.

Medical Forms are needed for ALL attending, even if you are only attending for the day.
Adults need to complete YPT. Both are under Handouts and Forms.

Camping November 14-16th at Stephen F. Austin in Sealy

Breakfast Saturday:  bacon, eggs, sausage (we will cook before and heat up at the campsite), prepackaged pancakes, syrup, salsa, flour tortillas

Lunch:  sandwiches – bread, ham, turkey, cheese, mayo, mustard, lettuce, pickles, tomatoes, peanut butter, jelly, individual bags of chips

Dinner:  taco meat (we will cook before and heat up at campsite), individual bags of Fritos & Doritos, onions, lettuce, tomatoes, cheese, jalapenos, sour cream, salsa, pinto beans, black beans (if anyone would like avocado, you will need to bring your own)

Breakfast Sunday:  honey buns, donuts, prepackaged pastry items

Drinks:  bottled water, lemonade powder, orange juice

You are welcome to bring your own drinks and snacks.

Suggested items to bring:  tent, sleeping bags, camping pad/air mattress, chairs, flashlights or headlamp, pillows, sunblock, bug spray, toiletries, towels, medicines, scout shirts, rain gear, NO open toed shoes, NO electronics

Scouts and uniformed leaders MUST wear their official class A uniforms to & from the camp out.

Fall Campout Itinerary