Middlebrook Pike has been the proud charter organization for two Scouts BSA units for 50 years. Scouting is much more than camping and knot tying- it is a world of activities that teach boys and girls the importance of God, Country, Family, and Self, and how it all ties together. It develops character through achievement and service. And it's FUN!
Cub Scout Pack 146, for elementary school age boys and girls, meets Tuesday evenings in the Historical Building from 6:30 to 7:30. Boy Scout Troop 146, for middle and high school age boys, meets Monday evenings in the Historical Building from 7:00 to 8:30. There is not currently a girls Scouts BSA Troop meeting at Middlebrook, but we welcome anyone who wishes to create and lead one.
If you know a boy or girl interested in scouting, if you would like more information, or if you are an adult interested in volunteering to help boys and girls grow in character, please contact any of the following persons.
Troop 146 Scoutmaster: Adam Miller firstname.lastname@example.org
Pack 146 Cubmaster: Brittain Cagle email@example.com