Now that you are hooked on Scouting... Pack 1910 is having a Fishing Derby on Sunday, January 17 from 2-4 pm at the Keller Town Hall pond. All anglers should bring safety goggles, sunscreen and a hat along with their gear. Don't forget your drinks, too! Adults need to have a fishing license on their person as well. Please be sure to RSVP on Scoutbook so that Mr. Eric James can plan accordingly. Please contact him with any specific questions.
This would be a great opportunity to invite a friend to some of the fun that we do in Scouting! If they join, your son receives his RECRUITER patch to wear proudly on his uniform!
Bears have the opportunity to earn their A Bear Goes Fishing Elective Adventure Loop.
This is a great opportunity, however, for ALL scouts to work on the requirements for the Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award. This is an award that can be earned EVERY YEAR!
Cub Scouts can earn the Cub Scout Outdoor Activity Award in each of the program years as long as the requirements are completed each year. The first time the award is earned, the boy will receive the pocket flap award, which is to be worn on the right pocket flap of the uniform shirt. Each successive time the award is earned, a Wolf Track pin may be added to the flap. Leaders should encourage boys to build on skills and experiences from previous years when working on the award for a successive year.
Attend Cub Scout day camp or Cub Scout/Webelos Scout resident camp. Additionally, complete the rank-specific requirements as follows:
Complete the Backyard Jungle adventure, and complete four of the outdoor activities listed below.
Complete the Paws on the Path adventure, and complete five of the outdoor activities listed below.
Complete the “Bear Necessities” adventure, and complete six of the outdoor activities listed below.
Complete the Webelos Walkabout adventure, and complete seven of the outdoor activities listed below.
These activities must be in addition to any similar activities counted toward rank advancement and can be accomplished as a family, a den, or a pack.
- Participate in a nature hike in your local area. This can be on an organized, marked trail, or just a hike to observe nature in your area.
- Participate in an outdoor activity such as a picnic or a fun day in a park.
- Explain the buddy system, and tell what to do if lost. Explain the importance of cooperation.
- Attend a pack overnighter. Be responsible by being prepared for the event.
- Complete an outdoor service project in your community.
- Complete a nature/conservation project in your area. This project should involve improving, beautifying, or supporting natural habitats. Discuss how this project helped you to respect nature.
- Participate in your pack’s earning the Summertime Pack Award.
- Participate in a nature observation activity. Describe or illustrate and display your observations at a den or pack meeting.Participate in an outdoor aquatics activity. This can be an organized swim meet or just a den, pack, or family swim.
- Participate in an outdoor campfire program. Perform in a skit, sing a song, or take part in a ceremony.
- Participate in an outdoor sporting event.
- Participate in an outdoor Scouts Own or other worship service.
- Explore a local city, county, state, or national park. Discuss with your den how a good citizen obeys park rules.
- Invent an outside game, and play it outside with friends for 30 minutes.