Welcome!

In Pack 811, we believe that Cub Scouting is fun, but it is filled with a purpose. Our Pack Leadership’s goal is to provide your son and family with the highest quality scouting experience in a solid Catholic fellowship oriented program.

We are located in Brea, CA, sponsored by the St. Angela Merici Catholic Church, and are part of the Portola District of the Orange County Council of the BSA.

We have great programs for boys in 1st through 5th grades. Many of our members are parishioners at St. Angela Merici Church or attend SAM School, but we welcome other boys in the area who are interested in joining Cub Scouting.

We hope you enjoy our website and invite you to come and see just what scouting in a Catholic environment is all about.


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Pack 811 Rocks the Portola Day Camp

Pack 811 Rocks the Portola Day Camp

Nearly 40 Pack 811 Scouts and dozens of pack parent volunteers concluded an awesome week at Firestone Scout Reservation today.   In addition to accomplishing a large number of steps towards their rank, the boys had fun making things, exploring nature, and shooting arrows, BBs, and water rockets.  All of our dens earned high ...

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Help Serve with the Bread of Angels!

Happy Mid-Summer everyone!  In just a few weeks, we have our first big service project of the scouting year--assisting with the Bread of Angels Ministry in serving meals to the needy. Due to the high interest of this event, we are splitting it between two Saturdays with two shifts (8 scouts, 3 parents) ...

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Religious Emblems

Duty to God is not only part of the Cub Scout Promise, but a big part of our effort in Pack 811.  All Cub Scouts are able to earn one of two Religious Emblems, The Light of Christ and the Parvuli Dei.  Scouts who complete any of these two programs are also entitled to ...

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