Welcome to the home of Mill Valley Pack 33. First chartered in 1956, Pack 33 is sponsored by the Tamalpais Community Services District. We are an inclusive pack welcoming boys and girls that believes scouting teaches skills for life: outdoor skills, environmental stewardship, community service, and character. Our scouts attend Tam Valley, Strawberry Point, Marin Horizon and other southern Marin elementary schools. Come discover the joy of scouting with us!
Many Pack 33 scouts joined with scouts from across Marin at Cub Scout Adventure Weekend at Camp Tamarancho Sept 23-25th. Here are some of our scouts at the archery range.
October 5th is our next pack meeting, we will be doing a beach cleanup and enjoying s'mores by a bonfire 6:30-7:45 pm at Muir Beach. Come layered for the weather, with scouts in uniform. Click here for more info.
Saturday October 8th is our annual "Hot Chocolate" hike, 6:30-7:30pm at Homestead Hill, meet at the White Fire Road gate off Panoramic Highway
SIGN-UPS are OPEN for the HORNET!
November 19th, our pack will visit the USS Hornet in Alameda for an overnight program on the historic aircraft carrier, click to our "activities" page for more details. Click here for the signupgenius page.
Fall 2022 News
Thanks to the many parents who have volunteered to help run our Pack. Laura will coordinate our Scouting for Food service project. Sara and Wesley will plan our Blue & Gold Banquet. Jeff is organizing our USS Hornet overnight, and Tyson and Jean are organizing our Spring overnights. Malcolm has volunteered to run our Winter Camp at Marin Sierra. We still could use help for our Pack Committee chair, Popcorn fundraiser lead, and a few assistant den leader spots. Please let Cubmaster Eric Toscano know if you can lend a hand.
Webelos 1 Den
The Webelos 1 den went for a hike on the Cascade Trail at Mt. Tam on October 1st, to earn the Webelos Walkabout pin. The first photo in the gallery is from the hike under a beautiful mix of fog and sun.
Bear Den leaders
Welcome to our new Bear Den leaders Greg and Michelle Ryckman!
Important: We will continue to follow Marin County Department of Public Health and Marin Council Covid guidelines. If your scout is feeling unwell, please don't attend scout activities until cleared by their physician.
Cub scouting is focused on fun and friendship, along the way we nurture personal growth and social skills
Leadership development: Scouts share in adventure and take turns leading other scouts
Outdoor Skills: Scouts learn how to safely enjoy and care for the outdoors
Participatory Citizenship: Civic awareness and patriotism with an emphasis on service to the community
Personal Fitness: Healthy eating and an active lifestyle are encouraged
Character: We seek to develop good character, guided by the Oath, Law and Motto
The Scout Oath
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
And to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake,
and morally straight.
The Scout Law
A Scout is: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.
The Scout Motto
"Do Your Best"
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