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Cub Scout Pack 1134 was originally chartered by Queen of Angels Catholic School in Roswell, Georgia, in the fall of 2000, the school's first year of operation. In 2006, Pack 1134 began a formal ministry association with St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church. This association has allowed the Pack to expand its recruiting base and has also solidified the Pack's relationship with the parish-chartered Boy Scout Troop 1134. Many of the Cubs in Pack 1134 graduate to Troop 1134 after completing their Cub Scout experience, and many of the Pack parents and leaders have become leaders, committee members and merit badge counselors for the Troop.

The Pack started with eight Scouts and grew rapidly during its first year. Since 2001, membership within the Pack has averaged more than 70 Scouts. While most of the Scouts attend either Queen of Angels Catholic School or St. Peter Chanel Catholic Church, many families not affiliated with these institutions have joined Pack 1134 due to its reputation for providing a superior Scouting experience in a faith-based environment.

In addition to den activities, yearly pack Activities include:

Camping trips have taken place at the superb facilities maintained by the Atlanta Area Council:

Past winter outings have included excursions to:

Pack 1134 is part of the Chattahoochee District of the Atlanta Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America. The Pack has been and remains an active participant in both District and Council events such as:

The Pack has participated in community events, such as the annual Roswell Youth Day Parade, and has engaged in numerous service projects, including an annual Scouting for Food drive, presentation of Christmas programs at senior citizen residence facilities and participation in the Toys for Tots program.

Throughout its brief history, Pack 1134 has received outstanding support from its chartered organization. Queen of Angels Catholic School's first principal, Sister Patricia Clune, supported the organizational efforts of the Pack's founding parents and agreed to allow the use of the school's facilities for Pack meetings and other events. The current principal, Dr. Kathryn Wood (herself the daughter, sister, and sister-in-law of Eagle Scouts and the mother of three Eagle Scouts), has continued this support, facilitating Pack events and recruiting, assisting with the coordination of youth protection training mandated by the Archdiocese of Atlanta for adult Scout volunteers, and granting permission for Scouts to proudly wear their Cub Scout uniforms to school on designated days. In appreciation for this support, Pack 1134, in the fall of 2006, assumed a leadership role in coordinating the school's Fall and Spring Planting Days.

Historically, all of the Pack's Webelos II Scouts earn Cub Scouting's highest rank, the Arrow of Light. Many scouts also complete all twenty Webelos Activity Pins earning the Super Achiever Award. Pack 1134 is a truly outstanding Cub Scout pack. Among other awards, the Pack has earned the Boy Scouts of America's National Quality Unit Award every year since its inception. More importantly, the Pack - through the efforts of its leaders and parents and the hard work of its Scouts - has produced boys (young men) who have been shaped by the Scouting experience and its commitment to religious values, high morals, outstanding character and good citizenship.