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Joining Cub Scouts

If you are interested in joining or finding out more information about Cub Scouts Pack 773, you have several options: Take a look at the site. There is a tremendous amount of information for Parents and boys, or contact one of the Den Leaders listed on the Pack Contacts page and we'll be happy to answer your questions and share our scouting experience with you. You're also invited to join our Pack at one of our events or drop-in and attend one of our meetings.

Some of the Fun activities
the Pack is doing:

  • Camping Trips
  • Holiday Parade
  • Pinewood Derby
    (small wooden car race)
  • Community Service Projects
    (Park Cleanup, Food
    and Clothing Drives)
  • Christmas Caroling
  • Day Hikes
  • And much more

Scouting helps develop future leaders

Learn more about Cub Scouting from Boy Scouts of America

For 100 years, Scouting programs have instilled in youth the values found in the Scout Oath and Scout Law. Today, these values are just as relevant in helping youth grow to their full potential as they were in 1910. Scouting helps youth develop academic skills, self-confidence, ethics, leadership skills, and citizenship skills that influence their adult lives

Being a Cub Scout

In Cub Scouting you'll have lots of fun, adventure, and activities with your den and pack. But there's more to it than that. Being a Cub Scout means you are a member of a worldwide youth movement that stands for certain values and beliefs. Cub Scouting is more than something to do. It's all about the boy you are and the person you will become.

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The Benefits of Cub Scouting

Boys join Cub Scouting because they want to have fun. For boys, however, fun means a lot more than just having a good time. "Fun" is a boy's code word for the satisfaction he gets from meeting challenges, having friends, feeling good about himself, and feeling he is important to other people. While the boys are having fun and doing things they like to do, they also learn new things, discover and master new skills, gain self-confidence, and develop strong friendships.

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A Family Program

Family involvement is essential to Cub Scouting's success. When we talk about "family" in Cub Scouting, we're sensitive to the realities of present-day families. Many Cub Scouts do not come from traditional two-parent homes. Some boys live with a single parent or with other relatives or guardians. Cub Scouting considers a boy's family to be the people with whom he lives.

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History of Cub Scouting

Scouting's history goes back to the turn of the 20th century to a British Army officer, Robert Stephenson Smyth Baden-Powell. While stationed in India, he discovered that his men did not know basic first aid or the elementary means of survival in the outdoors. Baden-Powell realized he needed to teach his men many frontier skills, so he wrote a small handbook called Aids to Scouting, which emphasized resourcefulness, adaptability, and the qualities of leadership that frontier conditions demanded.

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