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Welcome To Cub Scouts!


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Pack Meeting Presentation from September 14, 2009

Pack Meeting Presentation from September 14, 2009

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  • 1. September 14 Pack Meeting
    Cub Scout Motto
    Tiger Cub Motto
    Welcome to Scouting
  • 2. Flag Ceremony – Den 2
    The Pledge of Allegiance – I pledge allegiance, to the flag, of the United States of America, and to the republic for which it stands, one nation, under God, indivisible, with liberty and justice for all
  • 3. Welcome to Cub Scouts pack 529 holy cross!
    (how it all works)
  • 4. Which Den does my son belong to?
    As a boy begins the Boy Scout Trail, he joins other boys his own age. He can start the scouting program from 6 (starting 1st grade) to 17 years old. The Cub Scout age program is for 1st graders through 3rd graders - Tiger cubs, Wolf scouts, and Bear scouts. After completing Bear scout requirements, scouts begin their Webelos program.
  • 5. Where does my Son fit in the Pack?
    Every Cub Scout is a member of a Cub Scout pack. A pack is a large group of boys.
    The pack is divided into smaller groups called dens. Each den has about six to eight boys. All of the Cub Scouts in a den are about the same age and generally live in the same area.
  • 6. Where does my Pack fit in the District?
    24 Packs, as well as Boy Scout Troops, Varsity Scouts, Explorers, and Sea Scouts Units form the Seminole Trails District.
  • 7. Where does my District fit in the Council?
    14 Districts form the Central Florida Council
  • 8. Where does my Council fit Nationally?
    93 Councils make up the Southern Region.
    4 Regions make up the National Council.
    BSA National Council is in Irving, Texas.
  • 9. Who runs the Pack?
    The Pack includes not only the boys in those dens, but also their families, and their leaders. The Cubmaster is an adult volunteer who serves as master of ceremonies at all Pack meetings and leads Pack activities of all kinds. Pack leadership positions may be held by women or men. The Pack Committee is a group of adult volunteers who plan the Pack program and individual activities as well as managing such things as record keeping, finance, leadership recruitment, and registration. The Pack Committee meets monthly and meetings are open to any interested parent.
  • 10. How often do we meet?
    The Pack includes not only the boys in those dens, but also their families, and their leaders.
    Den Meetings within the Fast Tracks system are twice a month.
    The Pack meets once a month with Cub Scouts, leaders, parents and other family members attending. . The Pack Committee meets monthly and meetings are open to all interested parents. These meetings are designed for strategic planning of all aspects of the Scouting Program.
  • 11. Where does the Pack go?
    Field trips – Fire Station, 911 Call Center, Airport, Sherriff’s Dept, Parks and Museums
    Camping – Ft Wilderness ( Disney ), Camp LaNoChe ( Paisley Fl ), Moss Park, St Augustine, Jetty Park, and more
    Events – Sanford Christmas Parade, Scouting for Food, Pinewood Derby, Blue and Gold Banquet
  • 12. What will my Son be learning:ALL new scouts for all levels The Bobcat Trail
    When a boy is between the ages of seven and eleven years old or is (at least) in the first grade, he can become a Cub Scout.
    Regardless of a qualifying boy's age, he must complete the Bobcat Trail as the first step in his Cub Scouting adventure.
    Along this trail the Cub Scout learns the Cub Scout Promise, the Law of the Pack, and the Cub Scout Motto. These are the three most important things a boy must learn because they will help him through all of the trails of Scouting
  • 13. What will my Son be learning: Tiger Cubs / 1st Grade / Den 5 Tobby Silver + Tiger parents
    Starting the path to the Tiger Cub Rank, a scout first earns the Bobcat badge - this is the first step for all Cub Scouts. But, a Tiger Cub will really earn his Tiger Cub Totem first because its requirements are very simple and it gives him something tangible to receive at the first pack meeting, even if he did not complete all the Bobcat requirements.
    The Tiger Cub Totem requirements are:
    Learn the Cub Scout Motto DO YOUR BEST!!
    Learn the Cub Scout Sign
    Learn the Cub Scout Salute
  • 14. What will my Son be learning: Wolf Scouts / 2nd Grade / Den 3 Kevin Flay and Steve Collins
    Next, the Wolf Badge is earned by boys who have completed first grade, or who are eight years old.
    As a Cub Scout completes his achievements towards the Wolf (and Bear) ranks, the Den Leader recognizes a boy's hard work with the Immediate Recognition patch and beads. This is used as an incentive towards continued achievement.
    After a boy earns his Wolf badge, he works on Wolf Electives which consist of special projects and activities. Completing them allows him to earn Arrow Points to display on his uniform under his Wolf badge.
  • 15. What will my Son be learning:Bear Scouts / 3rd Grade / Den 4 Rich Santos and Brian Solby
    The Bear Badge can be earned by boys who have completed second grade, or who are nine years old. As a Bear-aged boy progresses, he too can earn the Immediate Recognition patch and beads.
    One of the Bear achievements involves earning the "Whittling Chip" wallet card. Earning this card shows that a Bear has learned the fundamentals of knife safety.
    After earning the Bear badge, a special collection of age-appropriate Bear Electives are also available to allow Bear Cub's to earn Arrow Points too!
  • 16. What will my Son be learning:Webelos I and II Dens &
    The Webelos Badge is for boys who have completed third grade, or who are ten years old.
    The Webelos rank is the first step in a boy's transition towards a Boy Scout troop. As he completes the requirements in the Webelos Scout Book, he will work on Activity Badges. These are age-appropriate projects for older Cub Scouts. Activity badges are sorted into five discipline-related groups.
    Activity Badges can be displayed on the front of the Webelos cap or on the Webelos Colors.
    After earning the Webelos badge, the Webelos Scout may recieve the Compass Points emblem and gold 'devices' to pin on it as an incentive to complete additional Activity Badges.
  • 17. What will my Son be learning:Webelos II transition to Boy Scouts
    After a boy has completed the fourth grade and earned the Webelos badge, the next step on the Webelos trail to becoming a Boy Scout is earning the Arrow of Light Award.
    This is the highest award a Cub Scout can earn, and is the only Cub Scout badge that can be worn on the Boy Scout Uniform. As a boy works on the Arrow of Light, he gets a chance to practice some Scout skills that he has already learned, earn more Activity Badges, and REALLY learn what a Boy Scout is. Because this award is so special, a special ceremony should always be performed by the Pack!
  • 18. Pack Program for 75 Scouts = $90 00
    Pack Program for 75 Scouts = $250 sales + $40 Dues
    Fill It Up = 30 items sold, which are at least $10 each = $125 to pack plus Bow and Mallow
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  • 22. Den 1 Closing Flag Ceremony
    Law of the Pack
    The Cub Scout follows Akela.
    The Cub Scout helps the pack go.
    The pack helps the Cub Scout grow.
    The Cub Scout gives goodwill.
    Sept 26 – Gemini Park Family Picnic 9am – 2pm
    Oct 9 – 11 – Camp LaNoChe Halloween Campout
    Oct 10 ( during LaNoChe Trip ) leaders meeting
    Oct 26 Next Pack Meeting
    Get with your Den Leader for Den Meeting Schedules