About Us

Welcome To Pack 1832!
If you want to enroll your son in a fun, challenging, adventurous program then you came to the right place!

Our mission is to prepare young boys to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them a system of values that promote character development.

The Boy Scouts of America is one of the one of the most recognized, respected, and valuable programs on the planet. They have been teaching boys for more than 108 years.

A Scout is: Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent

What we do: Camping, Survival Skills, Wood working, Archery, Racing, Rock Climbing, Bibi Gun & Sling Shot Marksmanship, Build Rockets, Fishing, Swimming, First Aid, Skiing, Cooking...

Pack Leadership
Below is the contact information for our Program and Administrative Leadership. If you would like more information or have a scout who is ready to join, contact our cubmaster at: cubmaster@pack1832.com or   Register Online Now    

Pack Committee Leadership

Charter Org. Rep:
Tony Hackenberg - thackenberg.api@gmail.com

Committee Chair:
Stewart Varela - packchair@pack1832.com

Cub Master:
John Murray - cubmaster@pack1832.com

Assistant Cubmaster:
Chris Avery - chrisAvery@gmail.com

Michele Avery - secretary@pack1832.com

Amy Varela (Interim) - treasurer@pack1832.com

Fundraising Chair:
Amy Varela - awards@pack1832.com

Advancement Chair:
Tonya Dekeyser - rutonya03@hotmail.com

Concessions Chair:
Carroll Smith - carrollsmith10@yahoo.com
(804) 240-0457

Social Media & Scout Store Chair:
Lisa Nash - lnash.fres@gmail.com
(804) 598-3796

Pack 1832 - History, Goals, and Family Program
Our Cub Scout Pack was established in 1992 in Powhatan County and continues to keep going strong. Our strength comes from the parental support that we receive. This support is vital to the growth and success of our Cub Scouts.

Although our sponsorship/charter is with St. John Neumann Catholic Church, our Pack is known for and open to all boys regardless of religious preference.

Our Pack currently consists of five den groups (Grades Kindergarten through 5th) and consistently meets requirements for earning a "Gold Award" for Excellence in our District.

The goal of the Boy Scouts of America, as incorporated on February 8, 1910 and chartered by Congress in 1916, is "to provide for boys and young adults an effective educational program designed to train in the responsibilities of participating citizenship and to enhance the development of physical, mental and emotional fitness".

Cub Scouting is a family program; it is the cooperation between boys and parents that make your son and the Pack successful. The end result of this is FUN, FUN, and FUN! This experience is fun for the boys and fun for you and the rest of your family.
Program Leadership

Den 6 - Tigers
John Murray - jmurray73@aol.com
(804) 937-0812 mobile

Den 8 - Wolves
Den Leader:
Paul Leslie - Paul@airspecva.com

Den Leader:
Ben Montano - bemontano@yahoo.com
(434) 414-4130 mobile

Den 1 - Bears
Den 1 Leader:
Cy Dekeyser - vmicyhome@aol.com

Den 1 Leader:
Ryan Hoppin - ryanthoppin@gmail.com

Den 4 - Webelos 1
Den Leader:
Jamie Epps - jepps@luckstone.com
(804) 972-0554

Assistant Den Leader:
Chris Humphrey - chris@humphreyelectric.com
(804) 370-6765

Den 3 - Webelos 2 (Arrow of Light)
Den Leader:
Matt Harrison - JMatthewHarrison@msn.com
804-794-5551 or 804-370-5667

St. John Neumann - Powhatan, VA 23139
ph: 804-598-3754