Description: Cub Scouting is a year-round, family and faith-oriented program designed for boys in first through fifth grades. Parents, leaders and organizers work together to help the boys achieve character development; spiritual growth; good citizenship; sportsmanship and fitness; family understanding; respectful relationships; personal achievements; friendly service; fun and adventure; and eventually, preparation for becoming a Boy Scout. To visit our website for more information, please click here.
Requirements: Den Leaders must be Safe Environment Program trained and background checked.
Time Commitment: Approximately 8 hours a month.
Ministry Activities: Den meetings, Pack meetings, Camping Trips, Ropes Courses, Fishing, Hiking, various Community Service Projects and Sporting Events. Activities vary based on the age of the scout.
Meeting Frequency and Location: Den and Pack meetings are are once a month. Pack meetings are held the third Tuesday of every month in the cafeteria. Den meetings are held during various days and times, depending on the grade.