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Your first choice for up-to-date information about what is happening in Deseret Peak Disctrict's Cub Scouting Programs. Here you will find all sorts of great information about Cub Scouting in the Deseret Peak District. 

Please contact us if you have questions or we can help you in any way.  We look forward to helping you build a great Cub Scouting program for your dens and packs! 

Questions feel free to email Roger and Michelle at   deseretpeakcubscouting@live.com

 Thanks to the Cub Scouters who attended the May Cub Scout Roundtable!!  

We had Cub Scouters all in one room, getting help and information about 

all things Cub Scouting!  You are AWESOME!


(If the weather is bad or we don't have access due to road construction, then roundtable will be at the Tooele North Stake Center.)

Do you want a chance to "Make A Deal", win a great prize or cash-check back here the day of roundtable to see what to bring to roundtable and if you're name is drawn during Closing and you have the item, you will get to play and have a chance to win.

Bring something _________________________ for your chance to play 

"Make A Deal" tonight at roundtable. You must be willing to give up what you bring if your name is drawn to play.

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


Cub Scout Leader Roundtable
Scout Law-Loyal    Theme-Scout Salute
June 2, 2016
Join us for Cub Scout Leader Roundtable 
7:30 PM
Tooele Wigwam
(if there is bad weather or we have no access due to road construction, we will be at the Tooele North Stake Center, 583 N. 270 E., Tooele.

Join us and bring all the leaders of your pack. 
Come start the new Cub Scouting year and find out about the fun ahead!

 There is not an exact address to the Wigwam.  It can be accessed from Tooele Main St.--

  • heading South on Main St., pass Baptist church (the hill on your left) there is a small road on the left, turn here ends at Wigwam gate.  
  • heading North, pass road to Settlement Canyon and homes on the right and left, turn right on the little road(just after the large homes on the right), ends at Wigwam.  If you get to the Baptist church on the hill you went to far North. 

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September 2015 Scout Law-Clean  and Cub Scout Theme-Cubservation

A Scout is Clean

A Scout keeps his body and mind fit.  He helps keep his home and community clean.

How does "Cubservation" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Everything we do impacts the world around us.  When a Scout is clean, he is choosing to make sure that the legacy he leaves is a positive one.  He makes moral choices and through an activity lifestyle he keeps his body healthy. He also is conscious of the impact that he can have on nature and the responsibility he has to keep the world clean for those who come behind him.

 September Pack Meeting Plans

October 2015 Scout Law-Brave and Cub Scout Theme-Super Cub!

A Scout is Brave

A Scout can face danger even if he is afraid. He stands for what is right even if others laugh at him.

How does "Super Cub!" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Superheroes are known for facing danger although they are afraid. A Scout, like a superhero, has the courage to stand for what he thinks is right even if others laugh at him or threaten him.

October Pack Meeting Plans

November 2015 Scout Law-Helpful and Cub Scout Theme-Cubs in Action

A Scout is Helpful

A Scout volunteers to help others without expecting a reward.

How does "Cubs in Action" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

It is never too early in our lives to begin helping other people.  Scouting has promoted being helpful to others since it began in 1907 in England.  William D. Boyce saw this in action on that foggy night in London, when a Scout helped him find his way.  Boyce was so impressed that the Scout helped him and refused a reward that he incorporated the Scouting program in America in 1910. 

November Pack Meeting Plans

December 2015 Scout Law-Reverent and Cub Scout Theme-Winter Wonderland

A Scout is Reverent

A Scout is reverent toward God.  He is faithful in his religious duties.  He respects the beliefs of others.

How does "Winter Wonderland" relate to this point in the Scout Law?

As Winter comes, it brings with it a wonderland of snow, peace, beauty and holidays. Many of us come from different backgrounds and celebrate different traditions; each of our traditions gives us an identity, a sense of belonging. When we share our traditions and accept the traditions of others, we expand our circle so that everyone feels that they belong. Whether we celebrate Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa or none of these, sharing valued traditions and holding true to what they stand for will help us understand others. But no matter who we are or how we celebrate, everyone in Scouting is part of a great organization that has taught us to show reverence for others and their beliefs.

December Pack Meeting Plans

January 2016 Scout Law-Trustworthy and Cub Scout Theme-The Great Race

A Scout is Trustworthy

A Scout tells the truth and keeps his promises. People can depend on him.

How does "The Great Race" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Being a member of a racing team--or any team, for that matter--provides an opportunity to demonstrate that one is trustworthy. Team members must trust each other to always be prepared and perform their tasks to the best of their ability. They trust that in the event of a loss, the entire team will demonstrate good sportsmanship toward each other and toward the other teams.

January Pack Meeting Plans

February 2016 Scout Law-Friendly and Cub Scout Theme-Friends Near and Far

A Scout is Friendly

A Scout is a friend to everyone, even people who are different from him.

How does "Friends Near and Far" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

A Scout is a friend to all. He is a brother to other Scouts. He offers his friendship to people of all races and nations and respects the beliefs and customs of others. Friends Near and Far reminds us that we are part of something bigger than our own community. By living the Scout Law, we are accepting of the world's peoples and their values.

February Pack Meetings

March 2016 Scout Law-Thrifty and Cub Scout Theme-Cubstruction

A Scout is Thrifty

A Scout works to pay his way. He uses time, property and natural resources wisely.

How does "Cubstruction" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Part of being thrifty is avoiding waste and using resources wisely. It is important to learn how to conserve and repurpose the many items we use every day to help our environment. We can also use our resources in innovative ways for fun and adventure.

March Pack Meeting Plans

April 2016 Scout Law-Cheerful and Cub Scout Theme-Strike Up and Band

A Scout is Cheerful

A Scout looks for the bright side of life. He cheerfully does tasks that come his way. He tries to make others happy.

How does "Strike Up the Band" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Music can make us feel many things; one of the best things it makes us feel is cheerful. As we "strike up the band" this month, we will explore ways to make people happy using music.

April Pack Meeting Plans

May 2016 Scout Law-Kind and Cub Scout Theme-My Animal Friends

A Scout is Kind

A Scout treats others as he wants to be treated.  He never harms or kills any living thing without good reason.

How does "My Animal Friends" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

A Scout knows there is strength in being gentle. It is important to be kind to all creatures, great and small. This month we will explore ways to be kind to our animals friends.

May Pack Meeting Plans

June 2016 Scout Law-Obedient and Cub Scout Theme-It's a Hit

A Scout is Obedient

A Scout follows the rules of his family, school and pack. He obeys the laws of his community and country.

How does "It's a Hit" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

It is easy to forget the importance of being honest when you are playing a game and you really want to win.  However, a Cub Scout always tells the truth and is the person worthy of trust. This month, we will reinforce how important it is to be honest--notably when playing ball with friends.

June Pack Meeting Plans

July 2016 Scout Law-Loyal and Cub Scout Theme-Scout Salute

A Scout is Loyal

A Scout tells the truth and keeps his promises. People can depend on him.

How does "Scout Salute" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

A Scout is true to his family, friends, Scout leaders, school and nation.  Cub Scouts will show their loyalty during this meeting by participating in several activities such as honoring the American flag, creating a pack banner and hearing about loyalty from a guest speaker or demonstrating loyalty to a team through a pack game.

July Pack Meeting Plans

August 2016 Scout Law-Courteous and Cub Scout Theme-S'More Cub Scout Fun

A Scout is Courteous

A Scout is polite to everyone and always uses good manners.

How does "S'more Cub Scout Fun" relate to this point of the Scout Law?

Summertime is a great time to get outside and to have S'more Cub Scout Fun! This month, enjoy one of the last of the Summer evenings at a pack campfire. Cub Scouts can experience fun in a campfire program full of songs, skits, awards and great memories. At the campfire, the Cub Scouts will treat each other with politeness because each boy knows that is how he wants to be treated.

August Pack Meeting Plans

2016-2017 Pack Meeting Themes

September: Helpful – "To The Rescue" 

October: Kind – "Creepy Crawlers" 

November: Courteous – "Cubs In Shining Armor" 

December: Cheerful – "Celebrate" 

January: Obedient – "Cub Scout City Council" 

February: Reverent – "Passport To Other Lands" 

March: Loyal – "Our National Treasures" 

April: Thrifty – "Power Up!" 

May: Clean – "A Picnic With Pizzazz" 

June: Brave – "Roaming Reptile Alert" 

July: Trustworthy – "Let The Games Begin" 

August: Friendly – "#CUBSCOUTS" 

2017–2018 Pack Meeting Themes

September: Courteous – "How the West Was Fun" 

October: Thrifty – "A-Camping We Will Go" 

November: Reverent – "Cubs Give Thanks" 

December: Kind – "Paying It Forward" 

January: Helpful – "Jobs, Jobs, Jobs" 

February: Cheerful – "Abracadabra!" 

March: Trustworthy – "Cub Scout Investigators" 

April: Loyal – "Cubs in the Future" 

May: Friendly – "Treasure Hunters" 

June: Obedient – "Wheel Into Summer" 

July: Brave – "Home of the Brave" 

August: Clean – "Destination Parks" 

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