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Join Pack 442

Are you ready to start scouting?

We are excited that you are interested in joining Pack 442 and the Boy Scouts of America! To help guide you, we have outlined the steps that takes to become a member.

1. Tell us about yourself!

Your application will take time to be approved by the unit leader. If you have any questions during the application process, contact your unit leader or local council service center.

  • Check out our Orientation Packet with all the information you need to know about Pack 442

Required Forms (4): 

  1. Pack 442 Enrollment Form (ALL SCOUTS)

  2. Boy Scouts of America Youth Application (NEW SCOUTS)

    • Download the above document, print, sign, and email or return to pack meeting

  3. Medical Form(s) - This form must be downloaded, completed and returned in person or scanned. Please either scan and return to OR bring to your first Pack meeting. **Please note that all members of your family will need a health form on file to participate in any of our campouts or overnight trips.

  4. Photo/Media Release (ALL SCOUTS)

Please return any scanned, completed forms to our Pack Committee or bring them to your first pack meeting. 

2. Pay your dues

The generous support of our Scout families allows us to offer boys and girls in Lakeway the best programming. Dues are paid annually and used only to fund activities and administrative costs. First-time new Scouts, must pay a one-time $50 enrollment fee. This enrolls you in the the BSA program and Scout Books, the rank and badge tracking program.  


Contact Cubmaster Bryan Weatherford at for information about financial and uniform assistance.

Visit our Pack Store to pay your dues and, if you are a NEW Scout, the enrollment fee. ​You can pay via Venmo (preferred) or via credit card at checkout. Select "Manual Payment" at checkout if you are able to use Venmo. Be sure to include your Scout First and Last Name + Dues Payment in the description on Venmo. 

3. Get your gear

Scout uniforms are an important part of the Boy Scouts of America program and one of the methods of scouting. Each boy gets to be part of a group demonstrated by their uniform and each group has a personal sense of identity. The scout uniform is also a display case for a scout's individual accomplishments and recognitions. We wear the uniform to associate ourselves with the principles to which we are committed - character development, citizenship training, and physical and mental fitness. The uniform is not intended to hide our individuality, but it is a way we give each other strength and support.

  • Cub Scout uniform checklist

  • Scout Shop (Online), the official retailer of the Boy Scouts of America

  • Scout Shop Austin brick-and-mortar location
    Capitol Area Council #564,
    Boy Scouts of America
    12500 North IH 35
    Austin, Texas 78753
    512-926-6363 | 512-617-8611 (front desk)

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