Cub Scout Pack 141

Cub Scouts helps boys and girls ages 5–11 (grades K–5) begin their journey to be self-reliant and dependable adults through hands-on activities and adventures. They typically meet weekly with Cub Scouts their own age and grade, then meet once a month with Cub Scouts of all ages.

The Benefits of Cub Scouts

Cub Scouting is designed to be fun with a purpose, helping Scouts learn valuable, age-appropriate skills and values. There are 10 different areas Cub Scouts learn about, including:

  1. Character development
  2. Spiritual growth
  3. Good citizenship
  4. Sportsmanship and fitness
  5. Family understanding
  6. Respectful relationships
  7. Personal achievement
  8. Friendly service
  9. Fun and adventure
  10. Preparation for Scouts BSA

How Cub Scouts Work Together

Youth are split into grade-level groups called dens, and they work toward rank advancements together. Each grade level has a different rank, and youth can join Cub Scouts at any time without having to earn previous ranks.

Once a month, all dens come together to meet as a pack, giving them a chance to get to know other Cub Scouts and share smiles and skills.

Adult leaders, with the help of parents and guardians, make sure the Cub Scouts are learning, growing, and having fun.

Moving Up the Ranks

As Scouts continue their journey through Cubs, they will take on more personal responsibility and enjoy new challenges that help them grow. They will advance through different ranks, take part in exciting camping adventures, and help the community through service projects.