Cub Scout Pack 213
Pack 213 is chartered By the Saint Paul Catholic School in Leesburg, Florida. 213 was chartered in 2003 with seven scouts, it has built itself into one of the largest packs in Lake County with more than 50 scouts. The pack has a group of parent leaders that are fully deticated to the scouts, and go the extra mile to show the scouts the way of Akela.
Pack 213 goes camping several times a year to the Boy Scout camp ground just outside of Paisly, Florida in the Ocala National Forrest. The pack attends some of the specialized camps like the "Tiger Growl" and the "WEBELOS Outdoor Adventure".
Each year Pack 213 crosses Cub Scouts over to Boy Scout Troop 233 in a great Bridge Crossing Ceremony during the annual Blue and Gold Banquet in February. During this time the WEBELOS can be awarded the Arrow of Light, Which is the highest award that a Cub Scout can earn. For every year the pack has crossed scouts over, almost every one has achieved the Arrow of Light award.