Cub Scouts

The Cub Scouts allow young boys to grow and be successful in life through: character development, spiritual growth, good citizenship, sportsmanship, fitness, family understanding, personal achievements and community service.

The Cub Scout Pack 99 at Our Lady of Peace is open to all interested boys. Pack 99 is made up of the following Dens: Tiger Den – for boys in 1st grade (an adult Partner is required for every meeting; the partner can be a parent, grandparent, or other adult over the age of 18) Wolf Den – for boys in 2nd grade Bear Den – for boys in 3rd grade Webelos – for boys in 4th – 5th grade The Tiger Scouts meet three or four times a month. There are two monthly Den meetings. The Tiger Cubs have a third special outing called a Go-See-It, and all the Cub Scouts meet for a monthly Pack meeting.

Meetings are specifically designed for boys to earn Achievements throughout the Cub Scout calendar year, September through early June. Meeting times and locations are determined by individual Den Leaders. The boys are required to have a Cub Scout uniform. The Cub Scout uniform is worn at all Den meetings, all Go-See-It outings, and at the monthly Pack meeting. There is an annual Pack Registration fee. The dens are led by trained volunteers, usually, parents. Pack 99 is committed to community service and tries to make that a priority. The boys work on community service projects as individuals, through the dens, and collectively as a Pack. Cub Scouts affords the boys of our school opportunities for hiking, crafts, cooking, exploration, and field trips, in addition to community service.

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