Boy Scouts

Cub Scout Pack 1113


Pack Committee Chairman – email: Pack Committee Chair

Committee Meetings, 1st Sunday, Old Parish Hall, 7:00pm
Pack Meetings, 3rd Wednesdays,  St. Leo School Gym, 7:00pm

Cub Scouting is designed to serve the same basic purposes as the Boy Scouts of America: training in citizenship; providing for growth of moral strength and character; and enhancing the physical, mental, and emotional fitness of each member. St. Leo’s Pack 1113 consists of 5 Dens serving 50 boys and strives to teach each member to live by the Cub Scout motto: Do Your Best.

The following are some of the activities the Scouts participated in during the last year:

  • Potomac Nationals Baseball Game, game and campout on the field
  • Scout Sunday Mass
  • Fall and Spring Campout
  • George Mason District Camporee, Webelos two-night campout
  • Sports Activities: PVI football game, bowling, GMU basketball, Harlem Globetrotters
  • Archery Day, learn to shoot arrows at Lake Fairfax
  • Rocket Day, build and fly model rocket
  • Scouting for Food bag distribution
  • Scout Religious Award Program
  • Caroling at the Nursing Home
  • New Scout Orientation for Troop 1113
  • Pinewood Derby races, build and race wood cars
  • Teacher Appreciation Week, supporting the teachers of St. Leo’s
  • Scout Cathedral Mass
  • District Pinewood Derby, race at the district level
  • Cub Run Water Day, water fun at Cub Run Recreation
  • Blue and Gold Banquet
  • Conservation Activity, cleaning a local creek
  • Cake Auction, fun fundraising
  • Camp Snyder Jamboree Day Event
  • Jamboree on the Trail, International hiking program
  • Pack Picnic, water rockets, tug of war, Tiger transfiguration
  • 4th of July Parade
  • Summer Camp: day camp, multi-day overnights, week-long camp

Boy Scout Troop 1113

Committee Chairman: William Schouviller–
Scoutmaster: Jerry Robertello–

Boy Scout Troop 1113 aims to provide the youth of St. Leo Parish an opportunity to be a part of the Boy Scouts of America. The Troop is open to both Catholic and non-Catholic boys between the ages of 11 and 18, who are looking for fun and adventure, as well as an opportunity to learn leadership and the importance of cooperation.

During the past year the Boy Scouts:

  • Participated in the annual Summer Camp at Camp Powhatan in the Blue Ridge Mountains of Virginia: learning Scouting skills, earning merit badges that show their proficiency in sports and outdoor activities, as well as the new Scouts earning their first ranks on the trail to becoming an Eagle Scout;
  • Planned monthly campouts at which the Scouts hike and learn the lore of the woods and of Scouting;
  • Assisted service projects including Scouting for Food, which supplied food for the St. Vincent De Paul food pantry;
  • Worked with the Knights of Columbus Father Diamond Council, our sponsor, with their Christmas Tree sales, the Father Diamond track meet, and the Family Breakfasts;
  • Helped the Ladies Auxiliary of the Fairfax Volunteer Fire Department with their food sales to raise money for the Fire Department on July 4th.

Over the next year the Troop plans to:

  • Go on monthly week-end camp outs;
  • Go to a nearby Boy Scout Camp for the annual summer encampment;
  • Have its first cross-country trip to the Rocky Mountain National Park;
  • Conduct fund raisers to help Scouts earn money for camp;
  • Strengthen the Troop’s participation in Parish and local service projects;
  • Find adults (men and women) willing to help lead the Scouts as members of the committee or as members of the Scout Master Corps. Please contact the Troop if you are interested in finding out more.
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