Pack 1459

how to join

You are welcome to visit a den meeting so you and your child can experience a regular den meeting together.  Click on the Leaders Page to find a Den in your child's grade level. Feel free to contact the Den Leader for a visit. 

You are also welcome to visit our next pack meeting at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church. Click on the Calendar button above to see our monthly pack meeting dates.  Visiting a pack meeting gives your child a great opportunity to meet other scouts in their grade and experience the awards ceremony.

Pack 1459 Organization & Succession Plan

Each Den is responsible for organizing the different events throughout the year.

School Night for Scouting - Cub Master Cogburn Open House - Cub Master Welcome Back Picnic - Committee Chair Rain-gutter Regatta - Wolf
Fall Camp-Out - Webelos 1
Popcorn - Popcorn Kernel
Christmas Caroling - Cub Master
Pinewood Derby - Bears
Spring Trip - Webelos 1
Blue & Gold - Webelos 2
Game Night - Lions
Graduation Picnic - Tigers
Old Soldiers Parade - Committee Chair

What we do

The Cub Scout program is designed for elementary school age children in grades Kindergarten through  5th, after which they transition to Scouts B.S.A. Each grade in school coincides with a Cub Scout Rank, beginning with Lions in Kindergarten, then Tiger Cubs in 1st Grade, Wolves in 2nd; Bears in 3rd; and finally Webelos in 4th and 5th grade. “Dens” are smaller within the Pack comprised of 6-10 scouts typically in the same rank. The Dens are where scouts will focus on age-appropriate activities and achievements as they advance through their Cub Scout journey. Dens typically meet 1-2 times per month, at a time and place determined by the Den Leaders (parent volunteers who complete leader training and guide the Den throughout the year). We strongly believe in the principal of “shared leadership” and encourage active family participation in our Pack. 


The Pack hosts monthly Pack Meetings at St. Aidan's Episcopal Church to recognize all scouts as they achieve their belt loops, ranks and awards.  We go on a fall camping trip as a Pack (spouse and siblings are included) and a spring trip. Previous spring trips have included the NASA Space Camp in Huntsville, AL, spelunking in Cumberland Caverns and sleeping with the sharks at the Gatlinburg Aquarium.


Yearly Pack activities include the Pinewood Derby, Rain Gutter Regatta, Old Soldier's Day Parade, Selling Popcorn, and a variety of Community Service Projects.

Cub Scouting is a year-round program uniquely designed to meet the needs of elementary age children and their parents. The program offers fun and challenging activities that promote character development and physical fitness. Service projects, ceremonies, games, and other activities guide children through the core values and give them a sense of personal achievement. Family involvement is an essential part of Cub Scouting and parents are encouraged to play an active role in the program. 

We are part of the Northern Ridge District, in the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America.  We are chartered by St. Aidan's Episcopal Church which is where we hold our monthly Pack meetings. Pack 1459 is open to families of all denominations. Our teaching is embedded in the Cub Scout Promise – “to do my best, to do my duty to God and my country.”

As a parent you can be assured Cub Scouting will...

  • Involve a variety of family activities
  • Encourage good behavior
  • Teach lifelong values
  • Strengthen the bonds of family



Who we are