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Please contact us if you have questions or we can help you in any way.  We are glad to be back and look forward to helping you build a great Cub Scouting program for your dens and packs!  Phone contact info can be located in the newsletters. 

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Thanks to our great staff that works tirelessly to serve leaders in our district!


Cub Scout Leader Roundtable

May 1, 2014
7:30 PM
Tooele Jr. High School
Join us and bring all the leaders of your pack. 
Who will be taking home Peanut the Pack-A-Derm

Core Values and Themes for April-August 2014

April--Faith and My Family Tree 
Faith is having enough strength or confidence based on our trust in a higher power.  Cub Scouts learn that it is important to look for the good in all situations.  With their family guiding theim, Cub Scouts will grow stronger in their faith.

May--Health & Fitness and Destination Parks 
Health & Fitness mean commiting to keep our minds and bodies clean and fit.  By participating in the Cub Scout Academic and sports program, Cub Scouts and their families develop and understanding of the benefits of being fit and healthy.

June--Perseverance and Over the Horizon
Perseverance means sticking with somethig and not giving up, even if it is difficult.  Through participating in activities such as a bicycle rodeo.  cub Scouts learn the importance of practice and perseverance to improve new skills.

July--Courage and Space-The New Frontier
Courage is being brave and doing what is right regardless of our fears, the difficulties, or the comsequences.  Cub Scouts will learn that courage means making the right choice and doing what is right no matter what friends are doing.

August--Honesty and Heroes of History
Honesty is telling the truth and being worthy of trust.  Cub Scouts will gain a better understanding of the importanc eof following the rules, playing fair and being trustworthy in games and in daily life.



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