Forest Hill is home to Pack and Scout Troops 888. 
Founded in 2005, Cub Scout Pack 888 is a large and active pack for boys and girls in grades K-5. During their time in Cub Scouts the kids learn about outdoor and survival skills including archery, woodworking, knot tying and fishing as well as life skills, careers and STEM activities. The Pack has several campouts during the year, participates in the Pinewood Derby and Raingutter Regatta, and sails a pirate ship float in the Concord Christmas Parade. Pack 888 also participates in service projects such as food drives and community clean-ups.
Cub Scouts is a family activity where kids of all ages and parents can get together to be active, learn and have fun. During the school year, den meetings are held weekly and a Pack meeting is typically held once a month with all the dens participating in a fun group activity. We also have activities during the summer such as day camps, baseball games and hikes.
Pack 888 meets during the school year on Tuesday nights at 7 p.m.
For more information on Cub Scouts, please contact
Jay McKinney:
For more information on Boy Scouts, please contact