AZ Cub Scout Pack 531 intro presentation show -


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Our PowerPoint presentation for Cub Scout Pack 531 in Phoenix, Arizona to inform parents and prospective Scouts about how fun our Pack is and will be in the coming year. Recruiting boys grades 1st-5th with an emphasis on the 4th & 5th grade boys so we can increase our Webelos Den. I did narrate throughout the presentation to emphasize points. Prepared by Jess Rankin and Karen Albers for Pack 531. azpack531 (at) gmail

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  • AZ Cub Scout Pack 531 intro presentation show -

    1. 1. Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 531!
    2. 2. WHAT IS CUB SCOUTING AND WHAT DO WE DO? • Cub Scouts is a worldwide program for boys, in grades 1st – 5th, focused on fun, adventure and learning. • Cub Scouts do fun activities and go places. • Cub Scouts earn awards. • Cub Scouts strive for these values: Citizenship, Compassion, Cooperation, Courage, F aith, Health & Fitness, Honesty, Perseverance, Positive Attitude, Resourcefulness, Respect, and Responsibility. • Cub Scouts belong to a Pack and a Den.
    3. 3. CUB SCOUTS BELONG TO A PACK AND A DEN. • We are Pack 531. We meet typically once per month to celebrate the activities the Scouts accomplish in their dens. • Each grade has their own den. • 1st grade boys are in the Tiger Den. • 2nd grade boys are in the Wolf Den. • 3rd grade boys are in the Bear Den. • 4th & 5th grade boys are Webelos working towards becoming Boy Scouts.
    5. 5. PACK 531 IS PART OF THE BOY SCOUTS OF AMERICA • Pack 531 is chartered by Adams Traditional Academy. • Volunteers deliver a Scouting program using BSA guidelines and training. • The BSA provides online and print training materials for our volunteer leaders to use.
    6. 6. WHO RUNS PACK 531? • Pack 531 is run by volunteer parents to help deliver a quality, fun, safe and memorable experience for the boys. • Chartered Organization Representative (COR): this is the liaison to the school who helps ensure the Pack runs a quality program in-line with ATA’s goals. • Pack Committee: this is the administrative side of the Pack and helps the Cubmaster and Parents accomplish the Pack goals. • The Cubmaster helps with planning, activities and supporting the Den Leaders who work directly with the boys. • The Dens are run by volunteer parents who typically have their own son in the den. It is suggested to have a regular den leader and an assistant den leader.
    7. 7. PACK 531’S PLAN FOR FUN • Den meetings for all Dens are 1 hour per week. • The Tiger Den (1st grade) will meet for an hour only 2 or 3 times per month. • Dens follow the Den handbook. • A scout’s goal is to earn their badge rank by the end of the school year. • Parents are encouraged to do many of the fun activities and electives in the handbooks outside of the den meetings. • The Pack Meeting is held once a month. • Family friendly events: family camping trips, Blue & Gold Banquet, Pinewood Derby, hikes, fishing trips, bowling, museum visits, service projects and more.
    8. 8. HELPING YOUR SON ON HIS JOURNEY BOBCAT The Starting Point For All New Scouts
    9. 9. TIGER – 1ST GRADE
    10. 10. WOLF – 2ND GRADE
    11. 11. BEAR – 3RD GRADE
    12. 12. WEBELOS – 4TH & 5TH GRADE
    13. 13. WEBELOS ARROW OF LIGHT AWARD Cub Scouting’s Highest Award This award tells everyone you’re ready to be a Boy Scout!
    14. 14. CUB SCOUT UNIFORM FOR PACK 531 •Class A Shirt •Den Color Neckerchief •Pack Numeral Patches •Council Patch •World Scouting Crest •Blue or Blue Jean Shorts •Blue or Blue Jean Pants •Belt for Belt Loops •Hat (Matches Den)
    15. 15. UNIFORMS ARE WORN TO SCOUT ACTIVITIES & EVENTS Wearing The Uniform Demonstrates •Equality •Identification •Achievement •Commitment
    16. 16. SO HOW DO YOU AND YOUR SON GET STARTED? • Fill out a membership application for your son. • Tiger Parents and volunteer leaders also fill out an adult application. • Cost to join is $60. • Watch for welcome email from . • Create a login and take Youth Protection Training online. • Visit the Scout Shop at 2969 N. Greenfield Rd. • Parents: think of how Pack 531 could use your talents & skills to make the best possible experience for the boys.
    17. 17. THANK YOU FOR CONSIDERING PACK 531 FOR YOUR SON We hope that you will consider this experience for your son. We promise he will have fun and make new friends! Feel free to ask any questions now or after the meeting. Cub Scout Pack Information 531 Jess Rankin, Cubmaster 602-405-6878