Tag Archives: Cub Scout

By Annaleis Smith
Mar 07, 2017

Den Chief – How the Troop and Pack Can Help Each Other

The Troop Helps the Pack While the Pack Helps the Troop Senior Patrol Leader. Assistant Senior Patrol Leader. Patrol Leader. Troop Guide.  Den Chief. Historian. OA Rep. Librarian. Quartermaster. Bugler. Scribe. Instructor. Chaplain Aide. Webmaster. Outdoor Ethics Guide. Junior Assistant Scoutmaster.  According to page 420-421 of the current Boy Scout Handbook (13th Edition), these are all […]

By Michelle Carpenter
Feb 24, 2017

Cub Scout Answers Same Gospel-Oriented Questions Five Years Later

I interviewed my baby brother several years ago to get his take on life and God. Now, as a ten-year-old Cub Scout, he answered the same exact questions. This time around though his answers reflected a new depth and maturity. Here’s a side-by-side comparison of the interviews: Who is your favorite Book of Mormon character? […]

By Annaleis Smith
Dec 20, 2016

Benefits of Cub Scouting

I was looking for something totally unrelated to this topic on the BSA website and came across a page titled “The Benefits of Cub Scouting”. I thought there were some really good points made. Since I hadn’t seen this before (or at least I don’t remember it), I thought maybe some of you would enjoy […]

By Maloree Anderson
Aug 04, 2016

The 2nd Annual Cardboard Boat Regatta!

Local Scout troops joined their community in the Lindon Days 2nd annual Cardboard Boat Regatta. Each participant (single or group) had to create a boat solely out of cardboard and duct tape and wow did they get creative! Star Wars, Superman, and even Where the Wild Things Are themed boats competed. These Scouts put their creations […]

By Annaleis Smith
Mar 08, 2016

Cub Scout Purposes—Fun and Adventure

Cub Scout Purposes—In a continuing series we are taking a look at some of the reasons WHY Cub Scouting is important and relevant as well as HOW we achieve those purposes. This week’s article will talk about FUN and ADVENTURE (Click on any links below to read about the others) 1. Character Development  6. Respectful Relationships 2. […]

By Annaleis Smith
Apr 14, 2015

Cub Scouting and Service

Cub Scouting and Service.  Hopefully those are words that go together often.  Cub Scouts are taught that it’s good to give service and in the new Cub Scout program that is even more emphasized. In another article about Cub Scouting and Faith in God, my friend Julia wrote about how well the new program ties […]

By Melany Gardner
Jan 24, 2014

Scouting From a Cub Scout’s Eyes

The world viewed through a child’s eyes is precious. Life is sweeter there, colors are brighter, everyone is trustworthy, and fun is everything and everywhere. This video shows the very energetic Matthew, as he describes why he loves Cub Scouts. In his eyes, Scouting is playing with friends, doing sports, collecting patches, and making cool […]

By Community Submission
Nov 15, 2013

Cub Scout Thanksgiving Ideas

This Cub Scout Thanksgiving Packet was created specifically for the holiday. It includes activities for Cub Scouts and their siblings including Faith in God and Cub Scout/Webelos Advancement. The Theme is American Indians from Illinois, but there is information on the Internet about Indians from other parts of the country. The American Indian Sign Language was developed by the […]

By Liz Merrell
Jul 29, 2013

Scouting’s Journey- Making a Mom’s Necklace for the Parents’ Pins

Boy Scout moms watch their sons develop confidence, learn teamwork, face fear, and provide service. It is amazing to watch boys evolve into men. Scouts accumulate memories and skills that will stay with them forever. The twelve points of the Scout Law place boys on a path better prepared for whatever their future brings. Most […]