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Cub Scout Pack 152

The John F. Kennedy School is the chartered organization for Cub Scout Pack 152. Under the roof of the Boy Scouts of America’s Transatlantic Council, Cub Scout Pack 152 offers a great program for boys and girls in EC through 5th grade. Activities include hiking, camping, learning about whittling, building a fire or getting to know Berlin. Pack meetings at the Grunewald, at one of the beautiful Berlin lakes or in Brandenburg take place once a month. Den meetings – often held at JFKS after school hours 2-4 times a month. The BSA’s Cub Scout Program includes activities for the whole family.

Contact: Dave Pedersen ()

Boy Scout Troop 46

The Boy Scouts of American program is a unique program that offers a wide range of activities that combine elements of sports-, service- and educational- oriented programs!

More specifically, Scouting:

encourages boys to try new things,
nurtures love for the outdoors,
advocates service to others,
builds self-confidence,
fosters new friendships,
emphasizes teamwork,
cultivates citizenship,
promotes leadership skills,
And, most importantly, it’s LOTS of fun!

The Boy Scout program is for boys ages 11-17.

To find out more about the Scouting program, please visit our Troop 46 website or contact Ted Masselink ()

Girl Scouts

The Girl Scouts program at our school provides all kinds of fun and educational opportunities for girls in all grade levels in subjects such as nature, leadership, arts, technology, sports, science, careers, global awareness, and more.

Each Girl Scouts troop is formed and run by adult volunteers (usually a few interested parents). Its members choose what activities to take part in and how often to meet. All troops meet together for the traditional ceremonies, too.

We are part of the USA Girl Scouts Overseas committees. Please visit the following website for more information:

To find out more email  or , or talk to Vanessa Hansen.


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