Now accepting girls AND boys!

posted Jun 9, 2018, 11:43 AM by Amy Reams   [ updated Jun 9, 2018, 12:03 PM ]

In 2018, the Boys Scouts of America began integrating girls into its Scouting programs, mirroring Scouting in many other countries around the world, which is already co-ed.  Pack 39 has made the decision to begin accepting girls into our program for the 2018-19 year.

While this is a new chapter for Scouting, we are committed to making this the best possible experience for both boy and girl Cub Scouts in our pack, upholding all of the values and best traditions of Scouting.  Dens will remain single-gender (with boy-only dens and girl-only dens).  Den meetings will still provide opportunities for boys to be immersed in experiences solely with other boys, and girls to be with girls.  Pack meetings and family camping activities will bring all dens together. 

As always, parent participation is an important part of the Cub Scout program.  Our number one priority is the safety of all Cub Scouts.  All of our leaders have completed Youth Protection Training and we encourage all parents to enroll in the training as well.  

If you have a son or daughter who would like to join Pack 39 as we kick off the 2018-19 year this fall, please read more and contact us to join.

Blue and Gold, Crossover

posted Jan 28, 2018, 9:32 AM by Ryan Romkema

Come support our Arrow of Light Patrol as they Cross Over into Boy Scouts, followed by our annual Blue and Gold banquet.

Jordan Lake Fall Outing

posted Nov 5, 2017, 5:44 PM by Ryan Romkema

November 2017 - Vista Point Campground at Jordan Lake State Park

Water Field Games Coming Next Week!

posted Aug 3, 2016, 6:18 PM by Trent Leonard

Tuesday, August 9th, Pack 39 will be hosting Water Field Games with Watermelon at the University United Methodist Church (150 E. Franklin St., Chapel Hill).  All of the Shakori District is invited to join the pack for some wet fun and delicious watermelon as a treat.  

The fun begins at 6:30pm.  Parking is available at the church with the fun in the lawn behind the church.

Have a Great Summer!

posted May 21, 2016, 11:14 AM by Trent Leonard   [ updated May 21, 2016, 5:44 PM ]

Pack 39 has started its summer break.  If you'd like information about the Pack, you can e-mail our Cubmaster, Wes Weaver, or join us at our Dog Days Potluck Picnic at Wilson Park in Carrboro on Sunday, August 28, 2016 at 5pm.

U.S.S. Wisconsin Details

posted Apr 19, 2016, 6:00 PM by Trent Leonard

U.S.S. Wisconsin RSVP

posted Mar 15, 2016, 6:23 PM by Trent Leonard

The second outing this spring is a trip to the USS Wisconsin. The trip is scheduled for April 23, 2016.   This will provide a unique opportunity for the scouts to spend the night on a battleship.  Registration for this event is now open at .  Registration for this event will close on 3/20/16.  Realize this is just around the corner, but early registration is required to guarantee bunks on the ship.

We do have some scholarships available for this trip.  Please feel free to contact Darin Eyster or Chris Brannon.

Stone Mountain Here We Come!

posted Mar 13, 2016, 6:11 PM by Trent Leonard   [ updated Mar 13, 2016, 6:11 PM ]

Only five days to go until first spring outing, scheduled for March 18-20.  Registration is now open at .  Registration for this event will close at the end of the day 3/15/16.  Please register soon.

This should be a great campout with some fun activities.  The campground has a lot of possibilities for hikes and hopefully we will  have a ranger lead hike.  There is a historic farm in the park and a popular waterfall, which could be a good Sunday activity for families. 

After you RSVP, don't forget to volunteer for a food duty!

Please note: You are responsible for providing all other meals and snacks for your family.  So if you are planning for the full weekend experience that means that you are responsible for bringing any desired snacks for Saturday, lunch for Saturday, and something for breakfast on Sunday.

2016 Pinewood Derby Results

posted Jan 30, 2016, 6:15 PM by Trent Leonard   [ updated Jan 30, 2016, 6:34 PM ]

Well, it was another great Pinewood Derby for Pack 39.  Congratulations to all of our scouts who entered cars.  All showed great work, love, creativity, and dedication.  Congratulations, especially to all of our winners.

First Place: Battle Ready by Ned Eyester
Second Place: Super Cub Scout by Loki Nelson
Third Place: Rainbow by Jack Brannon

First Place: A Bunk Bed by Owen Rector
Second Place: Da Model T by Logan Godfrey
Third Place: Fast & The Fluffiest by Rhett Stevens

First Place: The Thunderbird by Jay Weaver
Second Place: Blue Thunder by Carter Nelson
Third Place: Ferrari Venom 88 by Cole Sinclair

Star Cars by Graham Johnson

Tigers: Black Ice by Hunter Nelson
Wolves: Panther by William Sneed
Bears: Zuess's Speeder
Webelos 1: Flyer by Ben Popp
Webelos 2: International Racer by Kevin Higgins

And, at speeds in excess of 220 miles per hour and with less than a total of five seconds between the fastest and slowest cars in the Pack, here are the full results from our 2016 Pinewood Derby!


Place Time Avg MPH Car# First Name Group Subgroup Car Name
1 17.753 222.8 32 Ned Pack39 WOLF Battle Ready
2 17.773 222.5 38 Loki Pack39 WOLF Super Cub Scout
3 17.842 221.6 15 Jack Pack39 BEAR Rainbow
4 17.848 221.6 31 Grant Pack39 BEAR The Sleeper
5 17.985 219.9 49 Zack Pack39 BEAR Glowing Cheese
6 18.02 219.5 40 Kevin Pack39 WEB2 International Racer
7 18.026 219.4 30 Lincoln Pack39 WEB2 Jeff
8 18.072 218.8 18 Adam Pack39 WOLF Pig One
9 18.112 218.3 42 Graham Pack39 WEB1 Star Cars
10 18.138 218 16 Hunter Pack39 TIGER Black Ice
11 18.168 217.7 37 Gus Pack39 BEAR Zuess's Speeder
12 18.198 217.3 4 William Pack39 WOLF Panther
13 18.226 217 11 Ben Pack39 BEAR Lightening Rod
14 18.253 216.7 33 Zane Pack39 WEB2 The Black & White Wo
15 18.268 216.5 6 David Pack39 WOLF Red Rider
16 18.272 216.4 46 Sinclair Pack39 WEB1 Ferrari Venom 88
17 18.275 216.4 20 Korwen Pack39 TIGER El Tigre
18 18.297 216.1 29 Leif Pack39 WOLF The Bullet
19 18.334 215.7 36 Louis Pack39 WOLF Thunders Nightmare
20 18.357 215.4 41 Bakari Pack39 WOLF Venomous
21 18.406 214.9 24 Ben Pack39 WEB1 Flyer
22 18.464 214.2 39 Sam Pack39 WOLF Viper
23 18.47 214.1 35 Jay Pack39 WOLF The Thunderbird
24 18.479 214 7 Charles Pack39 WEB2 Black Adrenaline
25 18.505 213.7 44 Noah Pack39 WOLF Shark
26 18.543 213.3 23 William Pack39 WEB1 Dice the Car
27 18.561 213.1 27 Constantine Pack39 BEAR Batmobile
27 18.561 213.1 26 Jack Pack39 WOLF Blue Lightening
29 18.578 212.9 17 Brabery Pack39 BEAR Welcome to Moe's
30 18.673 211.8 13 Matthew Pack39 TIGER Colorful Minion
31 18.717 211.3 45 Harrison Pack39 TIGER Luke Skywalker
32 18.741 211 34 Logan Pack39 WEB2 Da Model T
33 18.748 210.9 28 Nathan Pack39 BEAR Toothless
34 18.85 209.8 9 Marcos Pack39 WEB1 Monster Energy Drink
35 18.856 209.7 2 Owen Pack39 WEB1 A Bunk Bed
36 18.951 208.7 12 Felipe Pack39 TIGER Ninjago
37 19.035 207.8 14 Ian Pack39 BEAR Shoe
38 19.053 207.6 21 Charlie Pack39 BEAR Out of Time
39 19.188 206.1 19 Wright Pack39 BEAR The Starwars Buggy
40 19.204 205.9 25 Nelson Pack39 BEAR Blue Thunder
41 19.245 205.5 8 Elgia Pack39 TIGER The Car With No Name
42 19.269 205.2 10 Lucas Pack39 BEAR The Pattern
43 19.351 204.4 3 Will Pack39 WOLF Speeder
44 19.539 202.4 48 Liam Pack39 WEB2 Tarheels
45 19.56 202.2 47 Jasper Pack39 WOLF Darth Vader Wheel
46 21.194 186.6 43 Ryan Pack39 TIGER Racing Racer
47 21.473 185.1 1 Asher Pack39 WOLF Wii Controller
48 21.592 183.1 5 Rhett Pack39 WEB1 Fast & Fluffiest
49 22.212 178 22 Graham Pack39 WEB1 Oregon or Bust

The Pinewood Derby is Coming!

posted Dec 18, 2015, 11:09 AM by Trent Leonard

Weigh-In: Friday, January 29th, 5:30pm to 7pm
Pinewood Derby: Saturday, January 30th, 9am to approximately 11:30 (plan to arrive around 8:45)

Cars can be crafted from only what's in the box, but additional supplies (including weights are available at the Occoneechee Council Scout Store,, Lowes, Home Depot, and Michaels.

Pack 39 has additional sets for $5 for siblings, former scouts, and parents who would like to enter the Legacy Race.

Help your scout have fun, and have fun helping him.  

Full Rules:

Some rule highlights: 

Parents are asked to REFRAIN from DIRECT WORK on building the cars. Parental
participation as teachers, supervisors and coaches is strongly encouraged, but this
event should have the desired benefit as a learning activity for the SCOUT. Most of the labor must be his own.

The use of power tools, especially cutting tools such as table saws, band saws,
etc., is discouraged. These are extremely dangerous in the hands of Cub Scouts,
and only encourage more parent participation than is necessary. The use of hand
tools such as hand saws, coping saws, sanding blocks, planes, etc. is a part of
advancement activities for all ranks, and should be encouraged for Derby

14.The overall length of the car shall not exceed 7 inches (17.8 cm). 
15.The overall width of the car shall not exceed 2 3/4 inches (7.0 cm). 
16.The overall height of the car shall not exceed 5 inches (12.7 cm).
17.The weight of the car shall not exceed 5 ounces (141.7 grams). The recommended method of weighing cars is with a digital postal scale set to measure in grams (less than or equal to 141 grams – 3 significant digits of precision), rather than set to ounces (less than or equal to 5.0 ounces – 2 significant digits of precision). 
18.Cars must have a minimum of 3/8-inch (1.0 cm) clearance from the bottom of the car to the track. 
19.No loose materials or sliding pieces are permitted on or in the car.
21.The car may not ride on any type of springs. 
22.The car must be freewheeling with no starting devices or propulsion devices, e.g. springs, fans, bottle rockets, balloons or CO2 cartridges. Movable weights are prohibited, as is the use of a liquid weight such as water or mercury. 
23.The distance between the front and rear wheels cannot be altered. The axle cutouts provided in the blocks MUST be used. These may be re-drilled, but NEW HOLES are prohibited.

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