Cub Scouts Pack 323 Baldwin / Whitehall

Meetings at Baldwin Community United Methodist Church across from Caste Village in Whitehall. For boys and girls in kindergarten to fifth grade up to 10-years-old.

Contact Us

Packleader: Dave Hollick

Grade Levels: Kindergarten to 5th

Phone: (412) 877-8709



Convenient Local Meetings

Baldwin Community UMC

5001 Baptist Road

Pittsburgh, PA 15236

Learning to Climb

Pack 323 Kayaking

Fishing with Friends

Archery Practice

Pack 323 Monster Jam Pittsburgh

Cub Scouts Pack 323 Baldwin / Whitehall Meetings

Cub Scout Den’s meet regularly at Baldwin Community UMC (See Pack Calendar for Dates).

Cub Scout Pack 323

First Meeting!

Wednesday, September 12th from 7:00 PM to 9:00 PM at Baldwin Community United Methodist Church

We are conveniently located directly across from Caste Village on Baptist Road in Whitehall.

Stop by and find out why Scouting is so much fun.

Cub Scout Pack 323 is affiliated with Boy Scout Troop 323, one of the oldest Troops in the area.

Our Mission & Vision

Originally established in 1967, we are reinstating Pack 323, and bringing back to the community a scouting tradition rich in history, adventure and integrity. We want you to be a part of this amazing opportunity to blaze a new scouting trail in our community!

We love adventure!

Pack 323 will be part of Boy Scouts Troop 323, which started in 1947.  Troop 323 is one of the oldest troops in the region and boasts an amazing 105 Eagle scouts, the highest rank awarded in Scouting.

Our talented leadership group has over 80-years of combined experience as Scoutmasters, Assistant Scoutmasters, Cubmasters, Den Leaders, Merit Badge Counselors, and Committee Members.

At 323, we build future leaders and have a lot of fun creating memories and skills that last a lifetime. 323 is fun, inclusive and welcoming. Where the older scouts go out of their way to help and teach the younger kids. And the parents have a great time too.

Phone and Email

Phone: (412) 877-8709


Adventure is Waiting


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