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Cub Scouting is a whole family program. Activities can be completed together in groups, on one's own, or at home as a family centered program designed for young children. Boys and Girls are lumped together separately into single gender, and same aged groups. Parents, leaders and the organization work together to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting.

  • Lions Cubs Fun activities for boys and girls in Kindergarten-grade (or 6 year olds). Lions typically meet half as often as older Cub levels.
  • Tiger Cubs encourages the ethical decision-making skills for first-grade (or 6 year olds) children. These children participate in the program with their adult partners. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, and family understanding.
  • Wolf Cubs encourages the ethical decision-making skills for second-grade (or 7 year olds) children. These children participate in the program with their adult partners. The program emphasizes shared leadership, learning about the community, and family understanding.
  • Bear Cubs develops ethical decision-making skills for third grade (8 years old) children. Activities emphasize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness.
  • Webelos Scouts are  fourth and fifth grade (or 9 - 10 years old) children. Webelos participate in more advanced activities that begin to prepare them to become Boy Scouts.

Volunteers  Looking for a program that teaches positive values to children? Looking for activities that build personal fitness, social skills, and leadership? Scouting offers a time-tested set of activities that have produced fine citizens, dedicated family members and strong community leaders for almost 89 years. Learn how Scouting can help you make the most of the limited time you have with your son.

Support Scouting  Scouting makes a direct and positive impact on our community by teaching positive values and leadership skills to our youth. Join the individuals, corporations, and foundations who support Scouting's mission.

How To Join  Contact the unit leader,  visit the unit and fill out membership applications for yourself and your child. Adults will be asked to serve on the unit's parent support committee.