Cub and Boy Scouts

Christ the Vine Lutheran proudly supports

Pack and Troop 212

Cub Scout Pack 212

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We are chartered by Christ The Vine Lutheran Church in Damascus, Oregon and are members of the great Thunderbird District of the Cascade Pacific Council, Boy Scouts of America. We have a great program for boys in first through fifth grades and currently have 16 boys participating. Our Pack draws boys from various schools in the Clackamas/Gresham/Sandy/Boring area, including NAAS Elementary, Damascus Christian School, Deep Creek Damascus, etc…but we welcome other boys in the area who are interested in joining Cub Scouting. The website has lots of information about the Pack.

The purposes of Cub Scouting are physical fitness, character development, and citizenship. If you ask a boy, however, he’ll seldom offer these reasons for being a Cub Scout. Boys have one primary reason to join Cub Scouts, and that’s to have FUN! Our Pack has a program that provides boys (and their families) a lot of fun! We invite you to come and see just what scouting is all about.

If you have any questions, please go to our website at and locate the tab Pack Info on left side of the page, you will find our contact info there!

© Cub Scout Pack 212, Damascus, Oregon

Boy Scout Troop 212

Boy Scout Troop 212 is chartered by Christ The Vine Lutheran Church in Damascus, Oregon and are members of the great Thunderbird District of the Cascade Pacific Council, Boy Scouts of America.  Our troop offers an exciting boy-led program backed by the mentoring of adult volunteers. Most of our scouts live in Damascus, but we welcome boys from any area who are interested in joining Boy Scouting.

A boy may join Boy Scouts  when he is at least 11 years old, or has completed the fifth grade or earned the Arrow of Light Award in Cub Scouting and is at least 10 years old. Boy Scouts is about building character, developing personal fitness, and learning leadership and citizenship. These goals are achieved in a challenging outdoor program. The adventure of hiking, camping, swimming, boating, high-adventure challenges, and touring is woven into the program.

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Troop 212 has long history in the Damascus area but was inactive for several years before being restarted in 2010. We’ve had many adventures since then:  canoeing, hiking, snowshoeing, backpacking, service projects, and horseback riding just to name a few. Our year-round program is put together by the scouts and features monthly camping trips, a week long summer camp in July, and a week long high adventure trip in August.

Troop 212 strongly follows the boy-led, boy-run model of Boy Scouting. Our troop’s Patrol Leader’s Council works with all of the scouts in the troop and prepares each annual plan for the following  year.

As a new member of Troop 212, you will be joining a group of boys who share your interests in adventure, the outdoors, and learning new things. As a scout you will get the opportunity to acquire new skills and you will be recognized and rewarded for what you have accomplished. You will have the opportunity to learn and practice leadership, organizational, and many other skills that will help you later in life.

We invite you to come and see what Boy Scouting is all about.

For more information about Troop 212, contact Scoutmaster Tim Giorgi at