Hello, and thanks for visiting! We’re Cub Scout Pack 3807 in the heart of Baltimore City, founded way back in 2013 by long-term Scouting volunteer, David Bobart.
Our base of operations is just off the Homewood campus of Johns Hopkins University at First English Evangelical Lutheran Church, 3807 N. Charles Street. Our Scouts come from communities to the north and east of the Homewood campus, including the Charles Village area, Waverly area, Guilford area, Roland Park area and other neighborhoods throughout Baltimore City. Our scouts attend schools such as Waverly, Roland Park, The Green School, Mt. Royal Academy and many others.
Our Pack is for every Scout
Pack 3807 is open to all Scouts from Kindergarten (Lion Cubs) to 5th Grade (Webelos). Our Pack is open to both girls and boys, and is a safe and welcoming community for all, regardless of race, religious affiliation, sexual orientation, gender preference or physical limitation.
Scouting is about Adventure
We typically meet the 2nd and 4th Sunday of each month, and we work to earn adventure belt loops, which lead to rank patches! We explore the outdoors, create and invent using tools, create artwork, create and perform skits and plays, and take field trips. All of our adventures, indoors or out, are carefully planned accommodate all of our Scouts, and are designed to be age-specific.
We’re a team!
There are no winners or losers – every Scout works together with his or her Den to earn the same awards and graduate at the end of each Scouting year. No one gets left behind at Pack 3807!
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