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Cub Scout Pack 100
(Colorado Springs, Colorado)
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This Colorado Springs Pack 100 web site is from 2018 and prior, and is no longer maintained. Our pack is still active throughout the year, and we'd love to invite you to visit one of our year-round monthly pack activities or a den meeting held during the school year. We encourage boys K-5 to build leadership, serve in the community, and grow their mind through amazing STEM activities. As the founder of scouting once said, Scouting is a "game with a purpose" and we make character growth fun!

Please contact the Pack 100 Committee information reguarding Cub Scouting and the Pack at

You can register your scout here or contact us through this link:

As a Pack, we meet at Academy Endeavor Elementary School or Library 21c (primarily on Thursday evenings) and our pack serves both Academy Endeavor, Academy International Elementary, and New Summit Schools, as well as families from around the surrounding area that want to be a part of our Pack family.

Be sure to visit the Pack 100 Facebook page at:

One hundred years after Arthur Eldred of New York earned this nation's first Eagle Scout Award, new, independent research demonstrates the significant, positive impact Eagle Scouts have on society every day. Since it was first awarded in 1912, more than 2 million young men have achieved the Boy Scouts of America's highest rank. The study conducted by Baylor University, Merit Beyond the Badges, found that Eagle Scouts are more likely than men who have never been in Scouting to:

  • Have higher levels of planning and preparation skills, be goal-oriented, and network with others
  • Be in a leadership position at their place of employment or local community
  • Report having closer relationships with family and friends
  • Volunteer for religious and nonreligious organizations
  • Donate money to charitable groups
  • Work with others to improve their neighborhoods

Did You Know ... ?

181 NASA astronauts were involved in Scouting (57.4 percent of astronauts).

39 are Eagle Scouts.

36.4 percent of the United States Military Academy (West Point) cadets were involved in Scouting as youth.

16.3 percent of cadets are Eagle Scouts.

22.5 percent of United States Air Force Academy cadets were involved in Scouting as youth.

11.9 percent of cadets are Eagle Scouts.

25 percent of United States Naval Academy (Annapolis) midshipmen were involved in Scouting as youth.

11 percent of midshipmen are Eagle Scouts.

191 members of the 113th Congress participated in Scouting as a youth and/or adult leader.

28 are Eagle Scouts.

18 current U.S. governors participated in Scouting as a youth and/or adult volunteer.

4 are Eagle Scouts.