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Cub Scouts

Adrienne Strader, Membership Chair 215-206-9953
Washington Crossing Council, BSA 215-348-7205

 

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Parents of young boys face a lot of choices in after-school activities.
Boys want to have fun, while parents want them to learn positive values and skills that will last a lifetime.
If your son is about to enter kindergarten through fifth grade, Cub Scouting may be exactly what you are both looking for.

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As a parent, you can be assured that Cub Scouting:

    • involves a variety of family activities
    • teaches lifelong values and skills
    • strengthens the bonds of family
    • emphasizes duty to God and country
    • includes service to the community
    • gets you involved in many fun outings

Want to learn to:
Shoot a bow and arrow? 
Pitch a tent? Camping outdoors? 
Make a Pinewood Derby car?
Perform crazy skits? Hike in the woods?
Build a campfire? Whittle with a pocketknife?
March in a parade? Be with your buddies,
make new friends and have LOTS of FUN? Learn more at http://cubpack380.org/.


imageThe Light of Christ emblem helps the Cub Scout, in grades1-2, develop a personal relationship with Jesus and to see Jesus as a real person and friend.

imageThe Parvuli Dei Emblem helps young boys discover the presence of God in their daily lives as members of their families and parishes. Scouts, in grades 3-5, develop a good, positive self-image through contributions they can make to the group or community by sharing their own talents with others.


 
 
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