- The Cub Scout program
provides an integrated leadership, teamwork, community service and personal
development program for boys in 1st through the 5th grades.
- Pack Meetings take
place monthly in the Dixie Multipurpose Room and are attended by all
Cub Scouts, Tiger Cubs and parents. At these meetings scouts share their
scouting activities and are publically awarded for their achievements.
All scouts practice public speaking at pack meetings and rotate turns
conducting flag ceremonies and presenting skits on the monthly themes.
Games and educational activities are also regular parts of monthly pack
- Pack Activities are
open to all scouts and cubs and take place monthly. They may be geared
to community service such as Scouting for Food and holiday caroling,
geared to building and sportsmanship such as the Pinewood and Space
Derbies, geared to general education such as monthly theme field trips
or geared to fun and bonding such as October pumpkin decorating, the
winter snow trip, and Family Fiesta. Pack activities are optional but
desirable for achivement and recognition. All parents are expected to
volunteer for at least one pack activity during the school year.
- Den Activities take
place twice a month or more depending on the den
and focus on achievements in the grade-level book. They may additionally
incorporate the monthly themes curriculum.
Themes provide a focus for exposure to a wide range of area studies
from aeronautics to ecology to Egyptology and more. Click
here to see the upcoming monthly themes. Samples: Egypt
Day, Soaring to New Heights
the Marin Council
BSA website for more about Cub Scouting in Marin County and for directions
to the Scout Service Center. You can get uniforms, books, training
aids, awards and more at the Service Center. Call them today at
Service Center hours: Mon. - Fri. 10 am - 5 pm, Tues. 10 - 7 pm.
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