TWO DAYS LEFT TO REGISTER FOR WEBELOS OUTDOOR ACTIVITY! Call Michelle or Roger to get signed up! Download the flyer here for the phone number to call and arrange to register your Webelos Scouts.
INFORMATION ON WEBELOS OUTDOOR ACTIVITY AND 911 DAY
CAN BE FOUND AT DISTRICT EVENTS.
COUNCIL CAMP CUB CARAVAN INFO CAN BE FOUND AT COUNCIL INFO.
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THANKS TO THE 99 CUB SCOUTERS FOR ATTENDING OUR
APRIL 2015 CUB SCOUT LEADER ROUNDTABLE!!
SEE YOU IN MAY!
Cub Scouting Year 2014-2015 Core Values & Themes
May-Core Value-Health & Fitness/Theme-Backyard Fun
Health & Fitness
A personal commitment to health and fitness means keeping our minds and bodies clean and fit.
Why “Backyard Fun” for Health and Fitness?
Through Cub Scouting we encourage families to be more physically fit and, at the same time, to enjoy the outdoors in their own backyards. By staging this month’s pack meeting outside, we encourage our Scouts to turn off the television, computer, and video games, and help keep the “Outing” in “Scouting”.
Scout Law equivalent to Health and Fitness is “Clean.”
A Scout keeps his body and mind fit and clean. He chooses the company of those who live by high standards. He keeps his home and community clean.
June Theme-Go for the Gold
Why "Go for the Gold"?
"Go for the Gold" will help Cub Scouts learn and experience the perseverance that gold miners had long ago, as they try to obtain treasures on their pack "Go for the Gold" day!
July Theme-Under the Sea
Why “Under the Sea” for Courage?
The oceans are the last unexplored frontiers on Earth. It takes courage to venture into undiscovered territory. This month, let us take our Cub Scouts under the oceans to explore and do what is right in caring for our last earthly frontier.
August Theme-Play Ball
Why “Play Ball”?
It is easy to forget how important it is to be honest when one is playing a game and really wanting to win; however, a Cub Scout is a person who always tells the truth and is worthy of trust. This month we reinforce how important it is to be honest, especially when playing baseball with friends.
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