100 Years of Scouting

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Welcome to Pack 1020

Welcome to Pack 1020! This year promises to be a time of fun and personal growth for our scouts. As we work as parents and volunteer leaders, we will have the privilege of watching our sons continue their development into good citizens of this great country of ours. It is also our desire that they will exhibit good sportsmanship and an exemplary moral character.

This program is not like others you and your sons may have participated in. Unlike sports clubs with short seasons, Scouting is a yearlong program dedicated to providing fun and exciting new experiences for our sons.

The key to success, however, is dependent on COMMITMENT. As the parent of a scout, you must commit to regular attendance at meetings, participation, assisting your son in his advancement, and cooperating with the rules of the Pack.

For those of you not yet volunteered, remember the Pack runs entirely with volunteers. Every hour you volunteer stregthens the Pack. There are many tasks that can use a helpful hand. Please contact your den leader or the Cubmaster to sign up.

YOUR SON, SCOUTING, AND YOU
Scouting . . . an aid to parents

As a parent, you want your son to grow up to be a person of worth, a self-reliant, dependable and caring individual. Scouting has these same goals in mind for him. Since 1910, we've been weaving lifetime values into fun and educational activities designed to assist parents in strengthening character, good citizenship, and physical fitness in youth.

Scouting is family values… At the same time, Cub Scout-age boys don't join Scouting just to get their character built. Boys join because it is fun.

SCOUTING IS FUN WITH A PURPOSE!

With all the negative influences in today's society, Scouting is there to provide your son with a positive peer group, a program that is fun and adventurous, and to help him to "BE PREPARED" to shape his own future.

Cub Scouting offers a well-defined advancement plan designed to encourage the natural interests of a boy in a natural way and teaches them to “do their best”.