Cub Scout Pack 63 General Information
Looking to spend some quality time with your son?
Consider the Cub Scouts!
Cub Scouts is a home and community centered program for boys entering grades one through five. Boys can enter Cub Scouts at any level.
Pack 63 meets three times per month for about an hour each—two Den meetings and one Pack meeting or activity. There is a Parent-Leader meeting each month as well.
Advancement Plan: Recognition is important to young boys. The Cub Scouting advancement plan provides fun for the boys, gives them a sense of personal achievement as they earn badges, and strengthens family understanding as adult family members work with boys on advancement projects.
Examples of Previous Cub Scout Activities: Go fishing, build a bird feeder or folding chair, make a scrapbook, learn about the American flag, go rock climbing at Boulder’s Gym, learn about the community, learn about fire safety, visit the Mississippi River museum, build and race a Pinewood Derby car, race in the Raingutter Regatta, build and launch rockets, learn what to do if you get lost, learn about bike safety, and participate in a holiday program at a local nursing home. Summer day camp activities include campfire cooking, archery, panning for gold, American Indian culture, tug-of-war, drum making, carving and much more.
Contact Cathy Campbell at firstname.lastname@example.org or come to the Kickoff Meeting to learn more about Cub Scouts.
No experience necessary—just a little time for you and your son! J
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