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  PACK 660   


    All boys, from any school, a month from graduating Kindergarten  through the 5th grade are welcome to join Pack 660. 

       Boys and their families are not required to be Catholic nor be a part of St. Irenaeus Parish.

You do not have to be a resident of Cypress, but should live in the local area so travel to meetings is easier.

Our pack is a diverse unit of boys who come together to grow and have fun.

All parents and family members are encouraged to participate in the activities, especially older/younger sisters and brothers.

Boys who are over the age of 11 or have finished the 5th grade are encouraged to check out

Boy Scouts of America Troop 660 @ http://cypress660.mytroop.us


Pack meetings are held on the 3rd Wednesday

of each month at:

St. Irenaeus Parish Hall

5201 Evergreen, Cypress 90630

For more information use the "contact us" link to the left

or send an email to pack660@cypress660.mypack.us and a volunteer member of our pack will respond shortly.

Cub Scouting is a year round program full of fun, adventure, and activities with your den and pack.

Being a  Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs.

Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It's all about the boy you are and the person you will become.

 Pack 660

This is where our scouts  come together to be recognized 

 for their achievements, learn values,

grow individually, and  have fun ALL YEAR !



Scout Night At Angels Stadium

Posted on Jul 14 2016 - 9:08am

Scouts in the Outfield!  We are planning on going to the Scout Night Angels game on Friday, September 30 at 7:05.  The cost is $15 per person for View Level seats.  Make your checks out to the pack ASAP!!!  We must have all reservations made to Cathy and Mike Rauterkus by September 4 in order to get seats together (go to September 30th on the calendar and add a comment).  Please let us know the total number attending from your family.  If we have more than 15 individuals in our group, we will be entered for chances to throw out the first pitch and other cool experiences.  Play ball!


Posted on Jun 22 2016 - 8:24pm

Hello pack, 
If you have time to volunteer for a shift at the St. I Fiesta this weekend please sign up asap. Our last meeting is tomorrow night and our volunteer list needs to be final. 
Here is a link to sign up: http://cypress660.mypack.us/node/2096
Or reply to me. 


Posted on Jun 6 2016 - 9:17am


The St. Irenaeus Fiesta is coming soon! Save the dates - June 24th through 26th.  Pack 660 runs the Dime Pitch booth, one of the biggest money makers of the Fiesta. It is our opportunity to give back to the church that supports us, so please make sure to sign up for shift work.  We are asking each boy and an adult to sign up for TWO shifts.  Each shift is 3 hours (there are a few shifts that are 3 hours and 15 minutes).  The time goes by quickly as the kids are scrambling around on the ground picking up dimes and the adults are taking money and handing out change.  When signing up, please specify the date and time of the shift(s) you are selecting.

OC Fair Color Guard

Posted on Jun 3 2016 - 9:42am

We have been requested to be the color guard at the OC Fair on July 28th at 12pm.  Each participating scout will receive a fair admission ticket.  However, due to their deadlines, you must register by June 9th.

Cub Scout Day Camp

Posted on Mar 12 2016 - 1:50pm
Cub Day Camp - The Orange Frontier / El Capitan Cub Day Camp is at St Hedwigs Church.

Religious Emblems

Posted on Mar 10 2016 - 9:44am

I would like to introduce our new Religious Emblem Coordinator, Basil Totah. 

The 12th point of the Scout Law is A Scout is Reverent.  A Scout is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties. He respects the beliefs of other. To encourage this, not only does every rank have a duty to God adventure, but also the BSA has made available religious emblems which can be earned by scouts.

What are the religious emblems programs?
The religious emblems programs are programs created by the various religious groups to encourage youth to grow stronger in their faith. The religious groups—not the Boy Scouts of America—have created the religious emblems programs themselves.
The Boy Scouts of America has approved of these programs and allows the recognition to be worn on the official uniform, but each religious organization develops and administers its own program.

A few such programs are identified below, but there are programs for over 40 religious faiths

Light of Christ     Designed for Tigers and Wolves
Parvuli Dei          Designed for Bears, Webelos, and AOLs

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