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 Welcome to Pack 814!

Cub Scouts let kids have fun while teaching them skills that stay with them through their lives.  Cub Scouting builds character and instills lifelong values and spiritual growth.

Pack 814 is guided by the passion and dedication of our parent volunteers, who work tirelessly to create a nurturing and enjoyable environment for all children, from Kindergarten through Fifth grade. Our commitment is to foster a space where boys and girls alike can explore their interests, develop new skills, and forge lasting friendships, all while having a blast. With safety as our top priority, our volunteers go above and beyond to ensure that every activity and event is conducted in a secure and supervised manner. Together, we strive to empower every child to grow, learn, and thrive in the exciting world of scouting.

Here’s just a glimpse of some cool stuff we do:  

  • Family Hikes

  • Family Camp in the Fall and Spring

  • Overnight in Ships, Submarines, or Science Centers

  • Raingutter Regatta

  • Pinewood Derby

  • Knot Skills 

  • Community Service 

These are just a few examples of the cool stuff we do in Pack 814! With a diverse range of activities and experiences, there's something for everyone to enjoy and explore. Come join us on this exciting journey of discovery and camaraderie!

 The mission of the BSA...

At the core of our mission is the commitment to prepare young people for a lifetime of ethical and moral decision-making. Through the teachings of the Scout Oath and Law, we instill in them the timeless values of honesty, integrity, and compassion.


                 By embracing these principles, scouts develop a strong moral compass that guides their actions and choices, both now and in the future. Our goal is to empower them to become responsible citizens who contribute positively to society, embodying the ideals of leadership, service, and respect for others.


              Together, we strive to shape a generation of individuals who uphold these values and make a lasting impact on the world around them.

Cub Scout Pack 814 San Ramon

September 11th Ceremony 

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Upcoming Events

:April 26- Pack Meeting

5:30-7 PM

May 24- Pack Meeting 5:30-7 PM

May 4- Little Yosemite Hike, Sunol​​

April 21- Bike Rodeo

May 18- Lindsay Wildlife Experience@ 10:15

Scout Facts

Neil Armstrong, the first man to walk on the moon, is an Eagle Scout. When he said, “The Eagle has landed,” he wasn’t kidding. In 1969, Armstrong became the first Eagle Scout to be portrayed on a U.S. postage stamp— called “The Man on the Moon.” 

Scout Leaders contribute the equivalent of 37 million hours of voluntary work every year- worth an estimated $380 million.” 

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