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Cub Scouts! Do Your Best! Do Your Best!


Cub Scouting is a chance to be a part of something fun! Boys and girls from Kindergarten through Fifth grade will all find exciting challenges appropriate for their age.

Scouts learn by doing! Pack 150 holds regular events so kids get out and learn while having fun! Of course we get out and hike, but you can also look forward to camping in a tent, cooking your own meals on a campfire, building and racing a Pinewood Derby car and more! All of this is done with the Pack or your Den, which is a smaller group of around eight scouts, all in the same grade.

Cub Scouts is part of the national Boy Scouts of America program and there is lots of information about the program available.

Build Your Adventure!

Each year, Cub Scouts earn required and elective Adventures to attain a new rank.

  • Lion, Kindergarten
  • Tiger, First Grade
  • Wolf, Second Grade
  • Bear, Third Grade
  • Webelos, Fourth Grade
  • Arrow of Light, Fifth Grade

Adventures are awarded at our monthly Pack meetings. New ranks are awarded at our end-of-year picnic in June.

Aims and Methods

The Aims of Scouting are:

  1. Character
  2. Citizenship
  3. Personal Fitness
  4. Leadership

These aims are attained through a variety of methods, including: our countless activities, family involvement, belonging to a den, living the ideals, and recognition for achievements.

more about aims and methods


Keeping track of all of these Cub Scout is hard, let alone communicating with parents, keeping a calendar of upcoming events, and tracking all of the advancement requirements! To help with this, we use Scoutbook to help with all of this!

When your child joins, you will be sent an email to join ScoutBook. You will be able to track their progress as well as RSVP for upcoming events and receive updates and reminders about all of our activities.

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