- Sept 13 - Webelos 5th (First Presbyterian, 802 Colonial Ave.),
- Sept 13 - Pack Committee Meeting (First Presbyterian Red Room),
- Sept 14 - Fall Recruit Night, Taylor Elementary, 6:00-7:00pm
- Sept 15 - Round Table, Christ the King Church, 3401 Tidewater
- Sept 18 - Scouting for Food (details to follow)
- Sept 19 - Pack Hike, Seashore State Park, 64th Street Entrance,
- Sept 20 - Tiger Cubs Den 3 (Taylor Elementary tentative), 7:00-8:00pm
- Sept 20 - Bears Den 2 (First Presbyterian), 7:00-8:00pm
- Sept 21 - Wolves Dens 1&7 (Taylor Elementary), 5:30-6:30pm
- Sept 25 - Leader Specific New Leader Essential & Youth Protection
training (Miles Memorial UMC), 8:30am)
- Sept 27 - Pack Meeting ("Time in a Capsule"), ANNUAL
DUES DUE ($40), 7:00-8:00pm
In 1930, the Boy Scouts of America created a new opportunity called
Cub Scouting for boys younger than Boy Scout age. A year-round, home-centered
program used by chartered organizations, Cub Scouting emphasizes involvement
between boys and their parents, adult leaders, and friends. In the
multidimensional plan of the Boy Scouts of America, Cub Scouting is
where it all begins.
| Cub Scouting has the following
* Influences a boy's character development and spiritual growth.
* Develop habits and attitudes of good citizenship.
* Encourage sportsmanship and pride. Grow strong in mind and body.
* Improve understanding within the family.
* Strengthen a boy's ability to get along with others.
* Foster personal achievement. Develop new interests and skills.
* Provide fun and exciting new things to do.
* Show a boy how to be helpful and do his best.
* Prepare him to be a Boy Scout.