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Cub Scouts! Do Your Best! Do Your Best!

Congratulations to PWD Winners!

In a surprising upset, a Bear and a Tiger unseated the Scully family dynasty as PWD champions of Pack 73. That’s not to say that Finn Scully didn’t do a fantastic job (still took home a trophy) – and his older brother Declan, no longer in the pack, took the family race 1st place trophy. We are very proud though of Nate O’Boyle and Nathan Hilts (year of the Nathans, I guess) for doing so well this year. Nate broke the track record, to boot. Coming up are some great events, from a pack-wide tubing event to some great overnights and, of course, the Blue and Gold Dinner in March. We are looking forward to all the great participation we’ve been experiencing and thank you for all you do for scouting.

Pay Dues/Donate

If you’re onboard and ready to pay dues, you can use our paypal account. Dues this year include the costs for the overnight camping trips.

Donations are welcome as well! We supply food and rewards, and can add special events to the program for the boys with donated money.

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What we’re up to

The Purposes of Cub Scouting

Since 1930, the Boy Scouts of America has worked with boys in first to fifth grades through the Cub Scouting program. Cub Scouts is a year-round family program that involves parents, leaders, and organizations working together to achieve the key objectives of Cub Scouting: citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Cub Scouts also helps younger boys anticipate and prepare for the exciting world of Boy Scouts.

Cub Scouts is a great way to work closely with your son to build skills that will last a lifetime.

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