about 788

In 2013, Pack 788 consisted of 6 Tiger Scouts and 1 Wolf Scout. It continues to grow and foster the belief that Scouting is an important part of the physical, mental, and spiritual development of our kids.

​We are comprised of children from Cora Spencer Elementary, Elizabeth Smith, and Anna May Daulton Elementary, but we welcome members from all over including home schools and private schools in Mansfield, Grand Prairie, and Arlington, TX.​

Pack 788 is part of the Longhorn Council - Tejas District

Dues are $50 for returning scouts, $70 for new scouts

There is also a $90 Activity Fee*, which also pays for the boy's Class B shirt

The $90 Activity Fee will be waived if the scout sells at least $300 in popcorn as part of the fall fundraiser

An optional subscription to Boys Life magazine is $10



• 5 - 6 years old

​• Parent must accompany All Lions at events


•1st Grade

• 6 - 7 years old

​• Parent must accompany All Tigers at events


• 2nd Grade

• 7 - 8 years old

​• Scout will need Parental help with some adventures


• 3rd Grade

​• 8 - 9 years old

​• Scout will need Parental help with some adventures

Webelos/ ​Arrow of Light

• 4th/5th Grade

• 9 - 11 years old

​• Fostering independence

Cub Scouts is a year-round program that offers fun activities that promote character and leadership development. Our program is designed to be hands-on, and parents are encouraged to play an active role in our programs. Scouting embraces the outdoors through camping, hiking, and water sports. We also focus on helping our communities through service projects, STEM development, and building confident kids through our wide range of activities. The Cub Scout program is designed to develop physical, mental and emotional fitness. Fitness includes the body (well-tuned and healthy), the mind (able to think and solve problems), and the emotions (self-control, courage, and self-respect).

The Scouting program is delivered through local civic, faith-based, and educational institutions called chartered organizations, which operate Scouting units to deliver the programs to their youth members, as well as the community at large. Together, these organizations are run by almost one million adult volunteers dedicated to helping youth learn and grow.