Thank you for visiting the Pack 684 website - - PACK 684 is a Gold Standard Pack and winner of the National Summertime Award seeking excellence in everything we do in providing the best program possible for the scouts! 

What differentiates us from the other outstanding Packs executing BSA aims to develop scouts character, citizen, and personal fitness PREPARING BOYS FOR LIFE?  We are an ACTIVE Pack characterized by FUN, creativity, servant leadership, purpose, organization, and a sense of family.  The largest Pack in the District (approximately 90 scouts out of 1,000 in the District) but with a small town feel; 1 in every 4 eligible boys at Sangster Elementary School is in Pack 684.  We have scouts from Newington Forest and local private schools as well.  Our size provides a level of adult activism that is hard to beat. 

Eligible boys may join Pack 684 at any time by contacting our Recruitment Chair, Gene Sampson at genesampson@mris.com or our Cubmaster at cubmaster684@gmail.com

Pack 684 offers assistance to families in need so that financial hardship will not be a bar to Scouting for any boy.  All decisions on assistance are made on a case-by-case basis and will remain a private matter between that family and the Pack leadership.

You might find the other attachments useful as well such as "About Us", "Cub Scout Basics", and "Cub Scout Levels" in the menu to the left.  You might also wish to go to BeaScout.org or Scouting.org.  The photos of sample Pack activities attached may take a few moments to open.  If you're considering scouting, we would welcome the opportunity to have you join us for an outing and see who we are and what we do. 

Sign up now for the Spring Campout

Posted on May 5 2017 - 8:58pm

TL;DR: Please sign up for our Spring Campout at http://www.signupgenius.com/go/20f0c4aa8ad22a5f94-pack

Webelos Overnight Camp Registration

Posted on Apr 22 2017 - 12:18pm

Camp Ross is calling!! Our Webelos are in for a grand adventure this year, as we head to Goshen Scout Reservation in the Shenandoah Valley for overnight camp. 

Unicorns Wanted!!

Posted on Feb 14 2017 - 10:00pm
Pack 684 needs volunteers for a number of key positions. Our volunteers are like unicorns: rare and magical creatures and ever-so-precious. If you're interested in becoming part of the herd, please let Dave Ashby or Rob Lewis know. There are any number of ways you can help:

Pack Ski Trip

Posted on Dec 31 2016 - 5:15pm
Our ski trip will be on February 6 at ski at Whitetail Ski resort. The 6th is on a Monday and it is a student holiday for FCPS. All levels of skiers/snowboarders/tubers are welcome and encouraged! Whitetail is an excellent place to learn.
If you are interested in participating, simply register your family here! Please see details below first to decide on the ski package you want for your family.   Money will be collected approximately a week before the trip. Registration is by January 27, 2017.
Packages/Rates:  If we qualify (minimum of 15 Skiers and/or Snowboarders) for group rates…there are 3 packages to consider with explanations below -- each scout will also receive a scout patch:


Scouting for Food

Posted on Nov 2 2016 - 11:58am

Two service projects... one day! So, the Webelos are raking and all other ranks are requested to put in an hour for Scouting for Food (Lions optional). As patrons enter Giant, scouts will ask for a donation of food for the Lorton Community Action Center. They then collect donations as patrons leave and sort them into shopping baskets. The sorters will also need to carry these donations to the truck where our Boy Scout assistant will weigh/calculate the total donation collected by our Pack. At the end of the collection period, we will drive the truck over to the LCAC, 9518 Richmond Highway, to unload (If you sign up for this time slot, just meet us there). We need some nice strong scouts to assist unloading the truck. We also need at least one Den Leader present for each hour we are at Giant. Questions? Don't hesitate to ask! (Holly Green, hocoles@hotmail.com, 315-573-3775)

Day Camp - Summer 2016

Posted on Mar 16 2016 - 10:13pm

Patriot District Day Camp, Galactic Trek

  • July 11-15, 8:45am - 3:30pm
  • For all Cub Scout ranks, including rising Tiger scouts (must have an adult Akela with them at all times)
  • Siblings are welcome, rising 1st - 5th graders (1st graders also need an Akela)
  • Required: volunteering as a Den Walker one day per child attending camp

Submit attached forms with payment to Day Camp Coordinator, Becca Toney, rebecca.toney@gmail.com, 202.697.1712

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