YOUTH PROTECTION REQUIRED - A Youth Protection certificate is required by every adult attending any scout function or event.
HEALTH FORMS ARE REQUIRED - Everyone attending scouting events are required to have a health form on file. Look for the download link in the "All Scouting Events" section here.
NEW PARENTS: Please take the time to visit our PARENTS page for lots of resources. Everything can be found there from Uniform Requirements to Youth Protection to Medical Forms to Camping Rules & more. If you have any questions, please do not hesitate to contact your Den Leader or our Cubmaster email@example.com
PICTURES - Don't forget, if you would like to share your Pack Event Pictures with the rest of the pack, email them to Stephanie and she'll post them on the site! OR, you can post them to our facebook page.
BELTLOOPS & PinsWhat they are and how to earn them!
Whatever your Cub Scout-age boys love to do, there’s probably a belt loop & pin for it. Whether it’s Geology or Golf, Music or Marbles, Science or Soccer—there’s plenty for everyone in the 25 Academics and 28 Sports subjects available. And, the best part is...You & your scout can work on these electives outside of the pack as well!We know that as a parent or den leader, sorting through requirements for 53 different awards is a daunting task. But don’t worry—help has arrived. The BSA’s Cub Scout Academics and Sports Program Web site has all the requirements for each award. The process is simple. Just click on the name of the subject your boys are interested in, and you’ll go to the list of requirements for earning the corresponding belt loop and pin for that topic. And, parents, don't forget to talk to your den leader after your cub scout has earned each beltloop or pin so that they can earn the proper recognition.
ADDITIONAL AWARDS TO EARNOutdoor Activity Award, Religious Emblems, World Conservation Award, Leave No Trace Award & Emergency Preparedness Award