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Pack 88 is a member of the Knox Trail Council, a division of the Boy Scouts of America. The Packs meets once a month and provides an opportunity to do activities Bears (third grade), Webelos I (fourth grade), and Webelos II (fifth grade). Our meeting opened with Wolf Den 1 presenting the American and Make sure your you have read the current year Knox Trail Council rules, and that your scout car meets Campership – WEBELOS are encouraged to apply for the Benoit Guest Speaker; Service Activity; Popcorn; Pie in the Face video. Carmine Gentile speaks to Webelos den meeting (10/19/15) Affiliated with the Mayflower Council, the Pack celebrated its 85th anniversary in Stay up to date on all of our activities by joining our Facebook group: BSA Adult Leader Application · Knox Trail Council CORI policy · Knox Trail Council CORI Form.
Do you still have Cub Scout meetings? When developing the yearly Pack schedule, we review the school calendar to minimize any scheduling conflicts. If the school closes for the weather or a holiday, we don't meet.
FAQ — Cub Scouts Pack 88 Wayland, MA
There is always a chance that planning so far ahead of time can bring unforeseen conflicts, and we adjust those dates occasionally as they arise. You will be notified of those days as we get them, or simply look at the Pack Calendar here on our website. Where and how often do you meet? As a Pack, we typically meet once a month but often include optional events such as overnight trips, camping, etc.
Most meetings take place on a weekday evening at the Claypit Hill School, but the venue sometimes changes depending on the activity.
Pack meetings include all Scouts, Leaders, and families. Den meetings by grade level occur once a month on average and are arranged by the Den Leader. Please consult the Pack Calendar for meeting and event schedules. How do I sign up? We're glad to hear you're joining us! Visit our Registration page to get started. If you still have questions, please contact us.
Adults wear the square-knot version of the badge above the left pocket. These are generally recognized by a medal and an embroidered square knot that can also be worn on the Boy Scout Scouts BSA uniform.
Leader recognition[ edit ] Cub Scout leaders who complete training, tenure, and performance requirements are recognized by a system of awards. Any awards earned prior to the date of their retirement can still be worn.
These awards are recognized by a certificate, medal, and an embroidered square knot insignia. Several structured camping activities are available in the Cub Scout program. The pack overnighter is a pack-organized camping activity that provides Cub Scouts with positive outdoor experiences.
Cub Scout day camp or twilight camp is an accredited, organized, one- to five-day program for Cub Scouts using trained leadership at an approved site, and is usually held during daylight or early evening hours, but not overnight. Cub Scout resident camp is an organized, accredited overnight camping program covering at least two nights and conducted under trained leadership in an established Scout camp operated by the council.
The Webelos den overnight camp introduces the Scout and parents to the camping program, under the leadership of the Webelos den leader. Joint campouts with a local Boy Scout troop for second-year Webelos can help to strengthen ties between the pack and troop and facilitate the transition from Webelos to Boy Scouts. The Soccer and Scouting  program is designed to involve Hispanic youth and families in the Cub Scout program, instructing Scouts in both soccer and Cub Scout values.
Frequently Asked Questions
Alcohol is prohibited at all Cub Scout events. Paintball, lasertag, hunting, rodeo, fireworks, and bungee-jumping are among prohibited activities.
Fast Start is self-paced and provided as a video or online. Leader Specific Training is provided for the Tiger Cub den leader, Cub Scout den leader, Webelos den leader, Cubmaster, pack committee chairman and assistants.
Once Basic Leader Training is completed, the leader is awarded a Trained emblem for uniform wear. Supplemental training modules are designed to provide orientation beyond Basic Leader Training. Wood Badge is the advanced training program for leadership skills for all adults in all BSA programs.
Wood Badge consists of six days of training usually presented as two three-day weekends and an application phase of several months. When training is complete, leaders are recognized with the Wood Badge beads, neckerchief and woggle.
Training is also provided for all new den chiefs. Notes[ edit ] A 1 2 The Webelos badge and Arrow of Light use the same pool of eighteen elective adventures.
A Cub Scout may not use the elective adventures completed for the Webelos badge toward his Arrow of Light. Boy Scouts of America. Archived from the original PDF on March 31, Retrieved October 17, What Is Cub Scouting? Archived from the original on February 21, Retrieved February 6, Please see the individual Den pages for further details of each program.
Your Scout will meet monthly with his Den and also attend a monthly Pack meeting. There will also be various optional activities scheduled throughout the year i.
Parent Participation This is a family adventure and parent participation within the Pack and Den is very important. Boys need positive role models both at home and in the Pack.
The boys want to share their pride in themselves and their family. We want the boys to have fond memories of their scouting experience. Please see our Volunteer page for details on how you can get involved.
- Knox Trail Council Roundtable The BSA STEM Program Presented by the Viking District.
- Parent Guide
- Cub Scouting (Boy Scouts of America)