Welcome to Pack 90 of Forest Hills, PA!

Pack90 Introduction

Cub Scouting is a year-round family program for boys in the 1st through 5th grades. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, family understanding, character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.  Young boys grow up fast. Give your son a valuable gift by encouraging him to join Cub Scouting today. The time that you invest in him today will make a difference in the person he becomes tomorrow.


  • Webelos Geologist Visit The Webelos Dens visited the Laurel Caverns.  During the visit, the scouts earned their Geologist Pin which is a rank requirement.  The scouts were able to take a tour through the caverns and learn about different aspects of geology.
    Posted Jan 2, 2015, 7:54 PM by Gary Manns
  • Summer Camp 2014 Scouts from the pack attended Summer Camp at Camp Independence.  The scouts were able to participate in various activities during the camp such as Archery, BB Guns, Aquatics, and learned about Nature.  The Webelos attended camp for 4 days while the Wolves and Bears attended a 3 day camp.  The boys had a great time and look forward to attending next year.  
    Posted Aug 18, 2014, 6:40 PM by Gary Manns
  • Pinewood Derby 2013 The Pack held their annual PineWood Derby at Kane Hall on Friday January 31st and Saturday Feb 1st.  On Friday, the pack held their inguinal Alumni/Parent Race.  This race featured many unique cars built by alumni and parents of the pack.  Congrats goes out to Mike Hillis for winning the event.  On Saturday, the scouts raced and Jordan Premozic was the grand champion with a time of 16.38 seconds. Jordan and Mike will have their names on the Champions trophy that will be featured for many years to come.
    Posted Aug 18, 2014, 6:38 PM by Gary Manns
  • Science Night with Cubscout Pack 90 Dr. Bandik, a chemistry professor at the University of Pittsburgh (along with his posse of grad students) has done presentations once or twice a year for the scouts (part of the Science Pin).  This year, they used liquid nitrogen to condense oxygen into liquid and carbon dioxide into a semi-solid fluid.  They also made slime (a polymer) and crystals to bring home.
    Posted Dec 27, 2013, 1:05 PM by Gary Manns
  • Zoo Overnights 2013 On October 12th, the pack spent the night at the Worlds of Discovery building where the scouts learned about reptiles and various other animals at the zoo.  They had a behind the scenes tour of the sea lions and a night time scavenger hunt in Kid's Kingdom.  The pack also had a live animal visit during the event.  
    Posted Nov 9, 2013, 6:05 AM by Gary Manns
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Blue and Gold 2015

Hello Everyone,

Just a reminder that the Blue and Gold Banquet is Saturday February 2008 at Keane Hall at St. Maurice. Please bring your favorite dessert and get ready for a festive evening. The doors will open at 6:45. If you need a utensil to serve your dessert, please bring it and put your name on it. Also, plan to take any dessert that is leftover home with you.

The agenda for the evening will be as follows:

> Dessert and Beverages
> Presentation of Colors
> Pledge of Allegiance and Cub Scout Promise
> Welcome and Opening
> Friends of Scouting Presentation
> Heritage Presentation
> Skits
> Awards Ceremony
> Leadership Transition
> Webelos II Crossover Ceremony
> Cubmaster Minute
> Flag Retirement

See you all on February 28th!!!

Upcoming Events

Summer Camp 2015

Registration for summer camp is now OPEN! I sure hope you will consider taking your son to summer camp. It is a wonderful time to spend together in the outdoors. The boys get to shoot BB guns, learn archery, slingshots and rock throwing, field games, sponge wars, fish, swim, canoe and so much MORE!

Summer camp is intended for Wolves, Bears, Webelos I and Webelos II. Remember that on June 1 your son advances automatically to the next rank so be sure you sign up for the right camp: Wolves/Bears versus Webelos I/II.

There are a few important changes to note for 2015…

 ·         There is a NEW process for registering for camp that introduces a Pack 90 Summer Camp Registration Form. It MUST be submitted along with payment to secure your spot; we also want you to sign up on the Bring-It list to show your intention to camp so that others can see.

 ·         Camp for Wolves & Bears has been extended to 4 days/3 nights while camp for Webelos I & II has been reduced to 4 days/3 nights. In other words camp for both sets of scouts is the same: 4 days/3 nights.


 ·         Wolves & Bears: July 26-July 29 (Sunday > Wednesday)

 ·         Webelos I & II: July 29-August 1 (Wednesday > Saturday)

 Costs to attend:

 ·         If registered and paid by March 27 (Pack meeting): $175 (scout) and               $90 (adult)

 ·         If registered and paid between March 28-June 1: $190 (scout) and                  $100 (adult)*

 ·         If registered and paid after June 1: $205 (scout) and $110 (adult)*

 *assuming there is availability

Note that we are limited to 30 scouts/adults attending Cub Scout camp (Wolves/Bears) and 50 scouts/adults attending Webelos camp so reserve your spot now!

Here’s how to sign-up:

1.       Visit the respective Bring-it list for Bears/Wolves or Webelos I/II and signup. PLEASE NOTE: this just indicates to others in the Pack that you and your son are interested in going; it does NOT secure your spot!!

2.       Complete the Pack 90 Summer Camp Registration Form (can be downloaded from the Pack website under Parent Resources

3.       Submit the form and payment in the form of cash, check or Scout account (please email Heather Gaunt, Pack 90 Treasurer, for an account balance if you’re not sure).

4.       Forms and payment will be accepted from 7-8 pm on every Thursday night at FHPC between now and the Pack meeting on March 27.

5.       After March 27, you may still be able to reserve a spot but only IF there is availability AND the cost to you will increase.


 ·         Bears & Wolves: http://foresthillspack90.bringit.bz/public/7f79da

 ·         Webelos I & II: http://foresthillspack90.bringit.bz/public/578fc3

 Every scout and adult who attends summer camp MUST complete and submit a BSA Health and Medical form (Parts A-C); note that Part C requires a doctor’s signature. You must also complete the Heritage Reservation Supplemental Questionnaire (Camp: Camp Independence; Campsite: Henry). Plus you must have a copy of your insurance card for you and your son!

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