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Welcome to Pack 346 Online!

Pack 346 is chartered by Metzler Elementary in Spring, TX and serves boys in grades 1-5 from the surrounding area. Pack meetings are typically held the first Tuesday of the month, 7pm at the Metzler cafetorium. Families and guests are welcome to attend and boys can join Cub Scouts at any time. The Pack is proudly lead by adult volunteers who donate their time and talent to provide safe, enriching and fun activities for the boys to help prepare them for the challenges in life that lie ahead. For more information, please use the Contact Us link.

Member families and Leaders, please utilze your Pack website frequently to stay current on Pack and Den level events. You can also find general information about the Cub Scout program, links to leader training and other fun links for your cubs. We are part of the Iron House District of the Sam Houston Area Council ("SHAC").

Scout Fair - April 12 - Reliant Arena: Volunteers Needed!

Posted on Apr 9 2014 - 4:14pm

The details for Scout Fair can be found:  Pack 346 Calendar Link  and SHAC Information Link.  Although I have not attended before, I have heard nothing but excellent stories.  I have also heard to come hungry as many of the SHAC Boy Scout packs will be breaking out the dutch ovens and cooking.  I know Klein United Methodist Troop 878 is planning Rootbeer floats with homemade ice cream and homemade rootbeer!

Pack 346 will be hosting a booth where we will be making American Flag Neckerchief slides.  We need several scouts to come down and spend 45 minutes in the booth.  The current schedule of sign-up is below.  Please email me (campingwilliamsons@gmail.com) and let me know if you can come volunteer and what shift you would like take. Any scout that volunteers will get the Scout Fair portion of the SHAC Century of Service Patch.


Scout 1

Scout 2

9:30am -10:15am - Booth setup

Devin Conrad

Caiden Conrad + Vicente Savage

10:15am – 11:00am

Tim Nangle

 Leo Bucher

11:00am – 11:45

Damien Hall

Dominic Manly

11:45am – 12:30pm

Max Munoz

Noah Rodriguez

12:30pm – 1:15pm

Christian O'Guinn

Nathaniel Jackson

1:15pm – 2:00pm

 Danny Davis


2:00pm – 2:45pm

 Brennan Lormand

Tyler Williamson

2:45pm – 3:00pm + tear down

Tyler Williamson



April Pack Meeting - Honesty/Badge Ceremony - April 8, 2014 - 7:00pm - Metzler Cafetorium

Posted on Apr 6 2014 - 10:57am

Our next pack meeting is this Tuesday, April 8 @ the Metzler Cafetorium, 7:00pm.

1.  We will be recognizing those scouts that were not able to attend Blue and Gold, awarding their rank Badges.  If you were unable to attend Blue and Gold, please try to attend the pack meeting.

2.  The Theme for April is honesty.  We will be discussing honesty and the importance of honesty is everyday life.



Posted on Mar 24 2014 - 11:11pm

The April Pack meeting has been moved to April 8, 7:00pm, Metzler Cafetorium.


Due to the annual STARR testing and the requirements for said testing, the Metzler cafetorium will not be available the evening of April 1. 

The Final Campout - Brazos Bend State Park - all participants, please read

Posted on Mar 24 2014 - 11:10pm

The Final campout of the year is upon us and the weather is looking great!  Get your campfire stories, your best appropriate jokes, and your singing voice tuned up!  Don't forget your hiking boots, your hiking first aid kit and your camelback/canteen, as this park has lots of great hiking opportunites.  There is a ton of wildlife to see in this park, so bring your camera, and some strong bungie cords for your ice chests!

Below are a few reminders:

    1. Entrance fees:  Adults and adolescents 12 and over: $7.00/day.  All children under 12 are free. The campsite fees are covered by the pack.
    2. Please setup in our designated campsites only.  This will be STRONGLY enforced by park personnel; if you are setup in the wrong site, they will make you move, or move your stuff for you.  If you are not sure where to setup, or if your site of preference is allowable, please see Paul Vanderkin.
    3. Medical forms will need to be filled out and turned in for every participant.  If you do not have one on file, the form is listed in the link on the left.  Please fill it out and get it to myself, Paul or Niki Acosta before Thursday afternoon.
    4. YPT training must be completed by all adult participants prior to camping.  If you have not already completed this training, please do so prior to Thursday afternoon.  Upon completion, print out a copy of the certificate and send it to Niki Acosta.  The YPT training class is online at: myscouting.org
    5. Scouts participating in pack activities will need to have a designated adult partner present during the activity.  Those that do not have a prearranged adult partner will not be allowed to participate.  This is especially important for activities taking place away from our campsites.
    6. The Menu for Saturday dinner has changed to Pork & Beef Fajitas (plus all the xtras) & Hot Dogs for kids, the pack will charge $5.00/person.  Please have correct change.
    7. For any scout that decides to visit the George Observatory, the $5 entry fee will be paid by the pack.  Each Family will need to purchase tickets when they enter the park as we are not able to purchase group tickets.  See Paul Sunday AM with your scouts Observatory ticket and he will give you $5 to cover the cost of your scout.
    8. Please do not bring the following: Pets, Skateboards/Scooters, liquid fuel stoves/lanterns, alcohol, computers/electronic games.
    9. Lastly, due to some past problems (all minor to date), I need to remind everyone of our policy regarding safety, disruption and physical/verbal assualt:  If it is determined that any scout or scouting event participant has/is endangering another scout/participant either physically, verbally or through indirect action, that participant will be asked to leave the campout immediately.  This is a zero tolerance policy and will be enforced by the campout coordinator, cubmaster/assistant cubmaster, and/or den leader(s).  Additionally, scouts or participants that are overly disruptive during pack activites will be not be allowed to continue participation in said activity.  Again, it will be up to the leaders mentioned above to determine what is overely disruptive.  However, it will be up to the adult partner of said scout or participant to enforce this discontinuation of participation.  

Spring Break is over, Back to Scouting!

Posted on Mar 17 2014 - 9:52pm

Happy St. Patricks Day!  I hope everyone had a great Spring Break.  With Spring Break we start the final part of the school and Pack year.  We still have several events and pack meetings in the coming months.

1. March 28-30 - Brazos Bend Campout!  This is the final pack campout of the year.  Brazos Bend is considered one of the top parks in the TPWD state park systems.  Setup will begin Friday afternoon.  Saturday will start with a 9:00 am flag ceremony followed by pack activities through the morning.  The afternoon will be filled with Den activities, hiking, fishing, etc.  We will likely have at least one Ranger led activity during the day, if not more.  Saturday evening will start with Fajita dinner ($5.00 per person) followed by a pack campfire complete with Smores, skits, songs, and fellowship.  We will end the evening retiring several well used flags.  Sunday morning will be breakfast with the pack (pack will cover the cost) followed by camp breakdown and cleanup.  Sign-up/registration closes on Friday, March 21, 2014. Please go to the calendar and click the campout link for addtional details and sign-up.

2.  April Pack Meeting - April 1  April Fools Day is the day of our next pack meeting.  The theme for this month will be honesty.  We will be having a Badge award ceremony for those that could not make it to Blue and Gold.  Please try to be present and support your fellow pack mates.  There will only one pack meeting after this one.

3.  Scout Fair - April 12  Pack 346 will have a booth this year at this years scout fair.  Scouts from 16 counties will unite in one place to showcase their Scouting skills. Meet leaders and Scouts from your neighborhood. Sample the amazing dutch oven creations and other delicacies in the outdoor cooking area. Visit the midway with over 75 experts representing merit badges. Enjoy live entertainment on the Center Stage. Watch demonstrations, interact with participating booths from our community partners...pick up free offers.  Bring 2 cans of food for our food drive and ring in the next century of service!  http://www.samhoustonbsa.org/camping_and_events/activities/scout_fair

Blue and Gold Final Details - All attendees please read!

Posted on Feb 24 2014 - 8:45pm

Blue and Gold!

It is hard to believe, but March is almost here.  For Pack 346, that means it is Blue and Gold time!

The Blue and Gold banquet will be held this weekend, Saturday, March 1, 5:30-8:30 at Klein United Methodist Church.  The theme is Space!  Setup and decorating can begin at 3:00 pm, so talk to your Den Leaders to coordinate table/chair setup and decorations for your den.  We also need some help to setup tables for food, etc.  The banquet will start promptly at 5:30pm.  Dinner will be catered by Texas Roadhouse for the adults, and Chick Fil-A for the scouts.  We have a very special guest speaker, Cap. Van Nyugen, AreoSpace Technologist working at the Johnson Space Center Mission Operations.  Lastly, don’t forget about the cake and dessert contest.  Prizes will be awarded for 1st – 3rd place.  If you have any questions please contact Susan Williamson, aggiesgirl@gmail.com, 281-229-3739.

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