Cub Scout Special Activities & Awards
Service Projects Periodically the pack will organize a project to benefit the community, such as a park clean up, church project, Scouting for Food, planting trees, etc.
Pinewood Derby Parent and Cub Scout work together to build a gravity-powered miniature race car from a special kit. Our annual event is in early February.
Blue and Gold Banquet This is a party for Cub Scouting held in March. Most often it is a seated dinner, with a a special program to honor scouts who are crossing over into Boy Scouts!
Family Camping Here is an opportunity for the whole CUB SCOUT FAMILY to camp together. Activities may include archery, air rifles, outdoor skills, fishing, rockets, hiking and just plain relaxing.
Cub Scout Day Camp Day camp is a local and exciting summertime activity that includes archery, BB guns, crafts, games, skits, songs, and sports. Cub Scout Day camp is an excellent way to introduce youth to the outdoors and teach them new skills. It also helps strengthen the pack’s summer program. Day Camp or Resident Camp is required for the Outdoor Activity Award.
Cub Scout Summer / Resident Camp Four days and three nights of pure Scouting fun. Food and tents are included! Day Camp or Resident Camp is required for the Outdoor Activity Award.
Special Opportunities for Cub Scouts
• Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award
• Leave No Trace Awareness
• Lifesaving and Meritorious Action Awards
• Recruiter Strip
• Religious Emblems
• Whittling Chip Badge
• Cub Scout Nova Awards (STEM activities)