Welcome to Ann Arbor Cub Scout Pack 26!  

We are in the Great Sauk Trail Council's Huron Trails District. Serving boys in Grades 1-5 in Ann Arbor's Bryant, Pattengill, and Allen Elementary school areas.

Cub Scouts is Fun!

What We're Up To in 2012-13
Have fun with Pack 26 this year as we learn and grow! Check out our Calendar page for details! The calendar is current through June 2013These are just some of the things we're doing as a Pack. Your boy's den will take part in many other great activities, crafts, and outings.

The Value of Scouting
Cub Scouts is not only fun for boys. It also builds great traits like strong character, physical fitness, and compassion. Check out the goals of scouting at the Boy Scouts of America website.

How We Operate
Pack 26 is an all-volunteer effort. Every scout who joins our Pack brings an adult leader that helps him, his den, and the pack succeed. This is what makes our pack so great!

Pack 26 is looking for volunteers to fill two important leadership roles:
Assistant Cubmaster and Assistant Committee Chair.
If you're interested in making a big difference in helping the pack move forward,
please contact Rick DeHart at the e-mail address below. Thanks!

Contact Us!
If you and your elementary school boy want to learn more about what our Cub Scout Pack is all about, please contact us:

Ed Pokryfky, Cub Master            cubmaster@aapack26.com
Rick DeHart, Committee Chair    chair@aapack26.com
Doug French, Webmaster          webmaster@aapack26.com

In addition, the current den leaders can always be reached at:

Other committee positions:
kernel@aapack26.com (Popcorn Kernel/Fund Raising Chair)

For more information, to sign up, or volunteer for an upcoming event contact: outings@aapack26.com. 

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 Law of the Pack