Cub Scouting is designed to support family life. It also helps to meet your boy’s growth needs such as learning new physical skills, getting along with boys of the same age, developing his mental processes, and developing conscience and personal independence. These are the development tasks a boy of this age needs to begin working on.
As you learn more about how Cub Scouting works and what goes on in a den and a pack, you will see that the program helps the boy in these five important developments needs. The uniqueness of Cub Scouting is that you, as his family, join the program with your boy. You will help him along the way.
Our mission for the boys is to make sure each boy has a fun and exciting year and to help each boy learn the value of his own worth. It’s one of the greatest gifts we can give him in today’s world.
We are looking for Adult Volunteers for Den Leaders, Pack Committee Members and overall help in any way possible!
Pack 53 Committee
Mary O. Donnellan, Charter Representative
First Congregational Church in Plympton, UCC, Chartered Organization
Lee Cook, Cub master email@example.com
Clint Stetson, Assistant Cub master firstname.lastname@example.org
Kimberly Adams, Committee Chairman email@example.com
Karen Cook, Secretary/Public Relations firstname.lastname@example.org
Webelos II: Kim Adams/Kristen Kirkland
Webelos I: Kim Adams
Bears: Sonja Flood/Diane Milne
Wolves: Pam Ganley/Sherri Lashley
Tigers: Lee Cook
Meetings are held as posted, at the Dennett Elementary School.
Frequently Asked Questions
Q. How can I join the Cub Scouts?
A. Please pick up a Registration Application at the Town House.
Q. How much is the Registration fee, and what does it cover?
A. The registration fee is $30.00 and covers Old Colony Council registration, annual subscription to Boy’s Life Magazine, Cub Scout Advancement Book, and all advancement and recognition materials the boy earns throughout the year.
Q. How much are Den Dues, and what do they cover?
A. Den dues should be minimal each week and earned by the scout.
Q. When and where are meetings held?
A. Meetings are held as posted, at the Dennett Elementary School.
Q. How can adults help out with the Cub Scouts?
A. Pack 53 is looking for Adult Volunteers for Den Leaders, Pack Committee Members and overall help in any way possible. Please contact Pack 53 to volunteer.
Q. Where can I learn more about the Scouting in this area?
A. Learn more at the Old Colony BSA site.
Q. Where can I find Scouting merchandise?
A. Go to scoutstuff.org.