Welcome to Pack 1999's Web site!

Welcome to Pack 1999's Website! We hope you enjoy browsing our site for information on Pack and Den meetings, events, and activities. We extend a special welcome to those families who are interested in joining our Pack. Please click on "Contact Us" and send any of our leaders a note to ask for more information or make comments.

Pack 1999 is a Family Pack chartered with Hassler Elementary PTO in Klein ISD. We welcome boys and girls attending Hassler Elementary or living in the area around Hassler.

*Why you should join scouting with your child*

Learn about Cub Scouts from this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HO7yV9LGqik

Still have questions about Cub Scouts? Check out this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zSnxVrJxVVY


  • Fun and Educational Activities
  • Develops Character
  • Promotes Good Citizenship
  • Family Values & Quality Time

Cub Scout Motto is   “DO YOUR BEST”

Pack 1999 has scouts from Lion Rank to Webelos Arrow Of light Rank (Elementary Grade level Kinder-5th).

  • Bobcat – All Grades
  • Lion Cubs - Kindergarten
  • Tiger Cubs – 1st grade
  • Wolf Cubs – 2nd grade
  • Bear Cubs – 3rd grade
  • Webelos I – 4th grade
  • Webelos II – 5th grade

We have a lot of fun activities every year. Some of the scouts favorites are:

  • Pack Family Camping (Fall & Spring)
  • Community Service (Scouting for food and Hassler Cleanup)
  • District Pushmobile
  • Pinewood Derby 
  • Blue & Gold Banquet
  • Council Scout Fair
  • Pool Party
  • Overnighters

Signup to join Pack1999 here: https://my.bsa.us/576paa1999mb

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2022 Crossover Ceremony

Posted on May 17 2022 - 6:31am

Please join us for the 2022 Rank Ceremonies and Crossover

Thursday May 19th, 7:00 PM, Hassler cafeteria

Pack Pool Party!

Posted on May 10 2022 - 6:49am


Sunday June 5th, 3:30pm GLF Rec Pool, Gleannloch Farms Community Pool

The school year is coming to an end but scouting does not stop over the summer. The first event we have planned is the pool party on Sunday June 5th at the Gleannloch Farms Recreation pool (next to tennis courts) from 3:30-5:30pm.  This year we will provide pizza

Please register at https://www.pack1999.org/node/3347 to help us plan for food and prizes, and don't forget to bring a friend who maybe interested in joining our pack.

. This event is during normal neighborhood pool hours so it will not be pack 1999 exclusive and you can come earlier or stay later.  If you are not a resident of Gleannloch Farms it is ok - come to the entrance and we will sign you in as a guest.   If you are a resident, make sure to pick up your key fobs to enter the pool area from the Gleannloch Farms CA Onsite office located in the Equestrian Center 19240 Champion Forest Dr.

Spring Campout - Huntsville State Park

Posted on Apr 5 2022 - 6:43pm
Apr 8 2022 - 2:00pm
Apr 10 2022 - 12:00pm
Huntsville State Park


get ready for a relaxed Spring campout amidst the piney woods of Huntsville state park. More details to follow:

Suggestions for Den leaders

Ranger/ Volunteer Corp led programs

Scouts and siblings can earn the junior ranger badges

Trip to see Sam Houston Statue and Museum ( http://samhoustonmemorialmuseum.com/) / Group tour for older kids (3rd and 4th grade)

Medical Forms needed


4/5 update

Available campsites
126 Pack Activities/overflow
127 Wolves Den 15
128 Lions and Tigers
129 Bears
130 Wolves Den 7
135 Webelos
136 overflow 

Pack Meeting Thursday - Special Guest

Posted on Mar 21 2022 - 5:36pm
You do not want to miss our pre-campout special!
  • Mr. Clint aka the Snake Man will be visiting us with a few of his non-venomous snakes to teach us all about snakes.
  • Mr. Kevin Renfro will be visiting us to share all the exciting news about the upcoming day camp (summer)
  • Den leaders and others will be present to answer any questions you may have about our upcoming campout
  • uniform and gear exchange. (please bring any scouting uniform, t-shirts, gear that your scout may have outgrown & take a look at what we have that you can use for the upcoming scouting year)
6:35 Set up crew arrive and set up
7:00 Flag ceremony
7:05 Announcements & Advancements
7:10 Special Guest:  Clint “The Snake Man” Pustejovsky
8:10 Closing announcements/ Summer camp update : Kevin Renfro
8:15 Clean up and Dismiss

Pushmobile Races!

Posted on Mar 9 2022 - 2:48pm

Pushmobile Inter-Pack Competition

March 26, 2022

Krimmel Intermediate School
7070 FM 2920, Klein, TX 77379

Pushmobile is a relay race using simple, homemade, Cub Scout-powered cars. Four to eight youth work together as a team to push their pushmobile through the course to the finish line. The purpose of this event is to have fun, promote participation in a team effort, and provide an activity where "doing your best" is most important. Trophies are presented to the top three teams per rank and to the top three packs. Register on the pack website https://www.pack1999.org/node/3330

Some video clips from last year: https://youtu.be/MB-eE5w4T_M

We will register as a pack and the pack pays the fees when we get the final numbers from each den leader who is participating.  Please do not register directly.  The link is for info only: 


Blue and Gold / Scout cake contest / Pack Meeting - This Saturday 1-3pm

Posted on Feb 25 2022 - 1:41pm

Location: Gleannloch Farms Sports Complex Basketball Court ( 19828 Gleannbury Pointe Dr, Spring, TX 77379 ) 

Date: Saturday Feb 26th 1:00pm-3:00pm

12:00-12:30pm Set-up

12:30pm Early cake check-in starts
1:00pm Opening Flag ceremony, Den updates & Short announcements
1:15pm Games & Pushmobile demo
2:00pm Cake judging \ awards
3:00pm Closing flag ceremony & clean-up
The Cake Categories for the contest are:
  • Best Scout Theme
  • Most Unappetizing
  • Most Colorful
  • Most Elaborate
  • Most Patriotic
  • Tallest
  • Judges' Favorite
  • Best Sports Theme
  • Flattest
  • Most Creative
  • Yummiest  Looking
  • Most Original
  • Best International Theme  

Please bring your snacks, lawn chairs, a knife to cut the cake, and if possible a folding table to display the cakes.   


1. All cooks are responsible for planning, baking, decorating, and CLEAN UP. Remember, a scout always leaves an area better than he/she found it.

2. The cake and all decorations visible must be completely edible. You may use nonedible items for support, but they cannot be visible.

3. Cake and icing mixes are allowed; however, we have heard that the more “from scratch” you make it, the messier it can get. And the messier it gets, the more fun you may have.

4. Moms, sisters, grandmas, aunts, etc. are encouraged to watch and enjoy the experience. Photo opportunities abound!

5. Entries will be placed on tables on the basketball court. You may bring your cake in starting at 12:30pm. All cakes must arrive by 1:15pm.


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