Cub Scouts busy working on requirements, projects


The Arrow of Light Scouts of Cub Scout Pack 346 are busy working on their final requirements to receive the highest award in Cub Scouts – the Arrow of Light.

Last month, Assemblywoman Melissa Melendez met with the eight scouts of the den at the lodge. The boys had the opportunity to ask question and to hear about her career in the Navy, journey into California government and the process of lawmaking in Sacramento.

Later in the month, the scouts met up with Jacob Annis of Rockscapes in Paradise. The company is part of the team building the front gate entry monuments. As part of their Build It Adventure, the Scouts learned about the construction of the monuments and about construction careers.

The Arrows and their families would like to thank both Assemblywoman Melendez and Rockscapes in Paradise for taking time out of their busy schedule to talk with the scouts and provide them a valuable learning experience.

Cub Scout Pack 346 and Boy Scout Jake Hosking invite the Canyon Lake Community to attend the ribbon-cutting of Jake’s Eagle Scout project at Happy Camp on Sunday, Dec. 3 at 3 p.m.

Following the ribbon-cutting, the scouts will be putting on a Compass Course for the youth in the community. All past, present and future scouts and supporters of Pack 346 are encouraged to attend.

The Arrow of Light Scouts will also be collecting used ink cartridges, cell phones and small electronics for a Recycling Service project. Proceeds raised from this event will go to the Campership program of Pack 346 and the Arrow of Light Ceremony in the spring. For more information contact the Pack at

Pack 346 serves Canyon Lake, Canyon Hills and Tuscany Hills and is for boys in kindergarten through 5th grades. For more information on becoming a member of Pack 346, contact Donna at