Welcome to Cub Scout Pack 752!
Cub Scouts provides a program that builds character, trains them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship, and develops personal fitness. Cub Scouts take part in exciting activities that are fun and meaningful.
Cub Scouting is Fun...with a purpose!
The ten purposes of Cub Scouting are:
- Character Development
- Spiritual Growth
- Good Citizenship
- Sportsmanship and Fitness
- Family Understanding
- Respectful Relationships
- Personal Achievement
- Friendly Service
- Fun and Adventure
- Preparation for Boy Scouts
A Den is a group of 6-8 Cub Scouts who are all in the same school grade level. Dens meet once per month with one outing per month. Outings are based on Achievement requirements found in the Scout Handbook. Sample outings might include hikes, fire station tour, television station tour, baking cookies at a den member's house, or visiting the library. The schedule and location of meetings is determined by the den members. Dens are organized according to grade level:
- Lions: Kindergarten
- Tigers: First Grade
- Wolves: Second Grade
- Bears: Third Grade
- Webelos: Fourth and Fifth Grade
Taken all together, these Dens form a Pack. The Pack meets once per month and is a great time for boys of all ages to interact with each other, play games, and do crafts. The Pack also participates in outings several times a year. These events include campouts, service projects, parades, etc.
Youth Protection Guidelines
Pack 752 adheres strictly to the Two Deep Leadership code. At NO TIME is there to be fewer than two adults (not a couple) alone with a scout. All of our leaders have been trained in youth protection guidelines. For the safety of your son, Cub Scouting rules require that you stay at all den and pack gatherings at the Tiger Cub Level!
To learn more about the Cub Scout Youth Protection Guidelines you can view the training that all Leaders are required to take at https://myscouting.scouting.org
. Parents are welcome and encouraged to take the training as well - it's free!
Parent Information Guide
We know that joining Scouting can feel overwhelming. That's why the Boy Scouts of America has created the Cub Scout Parent Information Guide. Download and read this to be prepared for your upcoming adventure!
Cub Scout Parent Information Guide