Get ready for loads of fun this summer 2017 daycamp !!!

June 29 through the 23rd Monday through Thursday 8 AM to 3 PM .

Holy Trinity Catholic church 800 Highcrest Dr., Azle, TX 76020

Early registration opens April 1 $98

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Cub Scout Signups 2016-2017


All boys in the Azle area entering Kindergarten to 5th grade are welcome to join us in the adventure and fun of Cub Scouts. Dues are $100 per school year and include everything except for uniform. We meet on Monday Nights at 6PM at Holy Trinity.

Sign up night is at Holy Trinity at 6PM on September 8th. First meeting is September 12th.

Facebook Event is here:

 See you there!

Summer Camp and Day Camp 2016


Summer Camp for Cub Scouts and Webelos will be at Camp Tahuaya June 29th – July 2nd.

Cost: $115 youth, $50 adults

Cub Scouts (Current Tigers and Wolves) a parent/guardian needs to accompany your son. For Webeols (Current Bears and Webelo Is) your son can go alone so long as we have at least 2 Webelo Parents coming (and that should be the case). If Cub Scout parent cannot make it, please consider Day Camp June 20th-24th.

Contact to register.


Day Camp will be at Azle Shady Grove Park June 20-24th 8AM to 3PM

Your summer destination for outdoor adventures and Cub Scout FUN.  A week of outdoor fun for Cub Scouts & parents with Crime Scene Investigator science, plus BB guns, archery, hiking, crafts, games, outdoor skills, advancement, & more!

Cost: $95 Youth, $10 Tot Lot

Contact to register.

Rocket Academy Campout 2016


On March 12-13, Pack 243 will be attending 21st Century Rocket Academy at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch.  Will we be meeting at Holy Trinity at 8AM Saturday to caravan to SR2 and camping Saturday night.  Lunch, Dinner, and Breakfast on Sunday will be provided.  There are many activities, including building and launching a model rocket.

Email if you are interested in attending.

 We are in Apache Campsite Saturday:


The activities begin at 10:00 a.m. and close at 4:30 p.m.

Air Rockets

Station 1 – Balloon Rocket Race
Station 2 – #1 straw rockets
Station 2 – #2 floating ball
Station 3 – Manual Powered Air Rockets
Station 4 – Battery Powered Air Rockets
Station 5 – Air Compressor Bottle Blast

Water Rockets

Station 6 – Water Cup Races
Station 7 – Water Bottle Rocket Blaster

Motor Rockets

Station 8 – Build Engine Rockets
Station 9 – Launch Pad for Rockets

Chemical Rockets

Station 10 – Alka seltzer rockets
Station 11 – Baking soda and vinegar Rockets

Manual Rockets

Station 12 – Create Paper Airplanes
Station 13 – Rubber Band Airplane Launcher
Station 14 – Balloon Launcher (catapult)
Station 15 – Airplane Golf

Other Activities –

Station 16 – Bounce Houses
Station 17 – BBs (morning only)
Station 18 – Archery
Station 19 – Asteroid Blast (Gaga Ball Pit)
Station 20 – Petting Zoo
Station 21 – Personalized Constellation


Lunch (chili/cheese dogs & salad bar) is served from 11:30 am – 1:00 pm and is open seating. Activities will be closed down from Noon-1:00 pm so our hard working volunteers can enjoy lunch.


Supper (Chicken Fingers, Potatoes & Gravy, Green beans, rolls) is served from 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM and is open seating.


Campfire will begin at 8:30 at the council campfire ring. Please bring skits to perform at the campfire.

Sunday Breakfast:

Breakfast is from 8:00-9:00 a.m. and is a continental breakfast. Breakfast is open seating.


Remember that a Scout is reverent and respects the rights of others to their religious beliefs. Chapel is a non-denominational service at 9:00 a.m

Blue and Gold Banquet 2016


Cub Scout Pack 243 will be celebrating the annual Blue and Gold Banquet on  Saturday, February 27th, 2016 starting at 5PM at Holy Trinity Catholic Church in Azle.  This year, we are also marking the 70th Anniversary of the founding of the first Scout Troop in Azle Texas and 106th Anniversary of the Founding of the Boy Scouts of America.   

Everyone is invited to this celebration of the Cub Scouts accomplishments!

Email for more information.

Facebook Event is here:

See you there!

Cub-O 2016


Cub-O is Saturday January 2nd!  Sign up at the Pack meeting on 12/14, cost is covered in Pack Dues.

Cub-O is an orienteering event designed for everyone to enjoy: dens that compete hard, dens that want an easy hike in the woods, and dens that want to teach their boys more about problem solving and map reading.  All Tigers, Cub Scouts, Webelos, leaders, and parents are invited.  Separate awards for each age group.  CUB-O is the most popular Orienteering event in the USA! Over 1000 Cub Scouts, leaders, and parents participated in CUB-O every year since 1999!  It’s fast, exciting, and FUN.  And it’s all Cub Scouts.  The locations of 40-50 orange and white orienteering flags are marked on the map and you and your team will go hiking in the woods to find them – or most of them! Each flag has a hole punch that you use to mark your scorecard. Flags are worth 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 points, depending on how hard they are to find.  Your Den team will get a Cub-O competition map 20 minutes before the race starts.  Then you plan a hiking strategy to find the most flags and score the most points in just 2.5 hours!  You’ll stay warm ‘cause you’ll stay moving!

9:00 a.m. – 11:00 a.m. We’ll meet at Holy Trinity at 9AM.  Check-in at the main dining hall at Sid Richardson Scout Ranch.

9:30 a.m. – 11:30 p.m. Map Trainings every 1/2 hour. Learn to read maps and have more fun on your hike!

11:00 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Lunch provided in Dining Hall (meal times assigned)   1:10 p.m.  Competition maps given out to teams

1:30 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. Cub-O Orienteering Competition. Have fun and good hiking!

7:30 p.m.  Campfire