Pack 633
Bellevue, WA

Cub Scouting

is a family focused, parent-led activity. While the focus is on the boys and girls, it really centers around building a bond between children and their parents. Therefore, plan to get involved! Different from organized sports, Cub Scouts is not a drop-off program. It is parent-led.

Pack 633

is a fun, active group of elementary kids and their parents, from Puesta del Sol, Spiritridge Elementary, and Eastgate Elementary. We do fun outdoor activities like hiking, camping, and teach values and life skills, such as first aid, a positive attitude, and doing your best, which will help the kids throughout their life.

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in paper form and you’d like an electronic version where you can click the links, please send an email to

Here is a link to our calendar

We try to have 1-2 Pack (all scouts) events per month and 1-2 Den (scouts grouped by grade level) meetings per month -

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Our pack is made up of Dens

one for each grade level, starting with kindergarten and ending mid-fifth grade year.

  • Kindergarten Lions
  • Grade 1 Tigers
  • Grade 2 Wolves
  • Grade 3 Bears
  • Grade 4 First Year Webelos
  • Grade 5 Second Year Webelos and moving on to Boy Scouts (1/2 year only)


We typically meet once a week on Tuesday nights from 7pm-8pm at St. Andrew’s Lutheran Church (2650 148th Ave. SE; Bellevue, WA -Across from Bellevue College).


For 2023, dues are $150 per full calendar year and are pro-rated if one joins mid-year. New members must also pay a one-time $25 new member registration fee with the BSA.


Dues include $50 towards Pack 633 expenses. Yearly dues cover:

  • Registration with the Seattle Council Lake Shores District of Boy Scouts of America
  • Awards, badges, and activities
  • Den Supplies

Uniforms and Accessories

All the participating scouts are asked to provide their own Scout Book, Scout shirts and belts. Shirts and the accessories are available at the Scout Store online ( Short sleeve shirts are suggested so the kids don’t grow out of them. If you need help with uniform costs, please talk to our Cubmaster.


We have one fundraiser a year, the Cub Scout Popcorn Sale in the fall, with year-round sales online. This helps fund our Pack for the year.


There are several overnight opportunities throughout the year. As a Pack, we participate in a region wide Winter Camp in February, near Mt. Rainier. Highlights include snow tubing and archery. We stay in heated cabins.

For more Information

Contact: Dan Welygan (Father of two students at Puesta del Sol)

Our local district is Lake Shores. You can find more info here:

General Cub Scout Information, see the Seattle Boy Scouts of America Website:

Sound good?

If your mind is made up already and you’d like to register to join our Pack, go here or use the QR code below:

Join Scouting QR Code

If you’d like more info and/or a visit to experience it yourself, please contact and we can arrange a visit.