The new Cub Scout adventures program coming in June. Some big takeaways Den leaders need to know
1. The new Cub Scouts program is more active for boys, and will make sure the boys are really connected with Scouting and with fun.
2. Immediate recognition is a hallmark of the new program, and will be easy to award and easy to wear.
3. The new Den Leader guides are incredibly detailed, and the activities are well mapped out etc.
4. Pack meeting plans will include more interaction between Dens.
5. Transition: It’s easy. The new program curriculum is designed to pick up where the old one left off. So moving from a Wolf to a Bear for example is just a matter of stepping into the new program. No need to worry about redoing assignments, or catching up. Starting on June 1st, if you are a new Tiger, Wolf, Bear, or starting the Webelos, just use the new program materials.
6. Getting parents involved. Den leader materials have been developed in great detail. Everything is in one place, which makes it easy for all parents to get involved.
7. Dealing with change: We want the boys to have a great Cub Scout experience, that’s what it’s all about. With this new program, there is more potential to connect with boys while using upgraded materials.
8. Strength through simplicity: Advancement is streamlined. Seven adventures produces a rank advancement. Leaders can now have something that puts everything all in one place. The new program materials are designed to be easy to use for leaders, and a lot of fun for the boys. Again, the Den Leader Guide is the ONE place for everything you need to offer a great Scouting program.
10. Stay informed: as the new program continues to roll out, stay in the know by checking Scouting.org/programupdates frequently.
In the end, we know that boys deserve a program that is fun and full of adventure, and that’s exactly what Cub Scouts is. We look forward to seeing how these new adventures in Cub Scouting will continue to help young men be prepared. For life.
Hosted at Applebees in Middletown NY on December 13th.
Tickets are 5$ and pre-sold as well as at the door.
Proceeds from this fundraiser go towards funding the years activities.
It’s popcorn sale time for the pack once again. Remember to get filled sheets to us ASAP for chances at additional prizes from council. 35% of proceeds go to the Pack and 35% goes to the Hudson Valley council BSA.
Scout families, this is just a reminder that our annual cub scout family camp out is less than 2 weeks away. If you have any questions please call Holly or Diane as soon as possible.
Below you will find a PDF copy of the permission slip and equipment list as well as a link to google maps for directions.
If you have additional pictures of this event and would like them added please E-mail them to [email protected]
Spring break is upon us, as such their is no meeting for the Troop or Pack on April, 14th 2014. Please enjoy spending time with your families, we will see you the following week.
Diane CC P157
Holly CM P157
Brian SM T157
Josh ASM T157
PS. The Boy scout troop will be selling hot dogs from 11:00AM until 4:00PM at Gander mountain in Middletown on April 19th to raise money for the troop to attend summer camp.
Scouting families join us for our annual Blue and Gold Dinner Sat, March 15, 5:30pm – 8:30pm.
Everyone is asked to bring a dish to share, see Holly or Diane for half steam trays for hot dishes.
The Blue and Gold dinner represents the anniversary of scouting, and is when the webelos II move up to join the ranks of the Boy Scout troop.