All day Saturday, April 7th, the local Cub Scout Pack in Nacogdoches is having a fund raiser at Raising Canes on North Street. Visit with pack leaders, and grab some food for your family. They have offered to donate 15% of their sales, but you have to mention Pack 100, (AKA this flyer, or a digital representation of it.)

So if you are tired after all of the baseball games on Saturday, let Rasing Canes do the cooking, and help keep scouting alive and well in East Texas. When you go that day there will also be Cub Scouts there to greet you. So say "I am here for Pack 100" or say "Scouts" when you order at Raising Canes, at 1831 North Street in Nacogdoches.

Cub Scouting is a part of the Boy Scouts of America for boys in first grade through fifth.  This program builds character and teaches responsibility through participation in our community through service projects.

Cub Scout Pack 100 is your local pack in Nacogdoches, Texas.  This is a program ran by volunteers with outstanding parents and grandparents present each week to run den and pack meetings.  These guys are invested in the scouts and believe in the values being taught through the scouting program.