What is Cub Scouts?
First and foremost, Cub Scouts is fun! The Cub Scout program recognizes the importance of fun in the learning process of youth.
Family involvement is vital to the development of our youth. It doesn’t matter if a Cub Scout lives with both parents, a relative, or a foster family. Adult partners are vital to providing support and leadership.
Cub Scouts of each grade are separated into Dens of approximately 6-8 youth. Each Den works together on age-appropriate activities to develop new skills and interests. Belonging to a Den is an important part of the program and teaches youth vital social skills.
The Scout Oath, Scout Law, and the Cub Scout motto provide the basis for the ideals of Cub Scouts. Youth will learn to become upstanding citizens who give back to their community in a meaningful way.
Dear AOL Parents,
Your AOL scout has a special opportunity to earn the religious emblem associated with the Duty to God program. This program aligns with the call for scouts to be reverent (i.e., scout law). The religious emblem can be worn on all BSA official uniforms. Here are the details.
|Monday, January 20, 2020 (MLK Holiday)|
|St. Francis Episcopal Church |
3506 Lawndale Drive
Greensboro, NC 27408
|8:00am – 12:00noon|
|Parents must attend with their scout for the duration of the program.|
Earning the religious emblem is one of the options included with the Duty to God requirement. It is not required. We are fortunate that the youth pastor of St. Francis Episcopal Church has agreed to deliver/ teach the program. We need to provide an accurate head count to ensure that the appropriate amount of supplies are available. Please RSVP in Troop Track by Friday, January 18th at 12:00pm.
We hope that you and your scout will decide to join us.
Rakia LeGrande & Shona Morgan
Pack 316, AOL Den Leaders