What is Cub Scouts?
Cub Scouts is a program devoted to boys who are in grades 1-5 or are ages 7-11 years old providing fun and educational experience concerned with values. Besides providing a positive place where boys can enjoy safe, wholesome activities, Cub Scouting focuses on building character, improving physical fitness, teaching practical skills, and developing a spirit of community service. For some great information on Cub Scouting click here and click here for some answers to some FAQs.
Weekly Den Meetings
Monday Nights during the school year (minus holidays)
Tigers: 6:50 – 8:00
Wolf, Bear, Jr Webelos and Sr Webelos – 6:50 – 8:20
Meetings are at Central Christian Church, Mesa campus on Lindsay between University and Brown. We meet in the Outback building in the North East side of the campus. Line up outside the Outback building by 6:50 p.m. Please make sure your son is in his complete uniform and has his Scout handbook. After a brief flag presentation, your son will go with his fellow scouts to a specified room for their den meeting. (see map) At 8:00 p.m., parents must pick up their son in this room, as scouts will not be released on their own. At this time we will review any necessary information/homework with you.
About once every two months, we hold a Pack Meeting in the Outback from 6:50 – 8:30. Cub scouts AND parents are asked to attend these as your son will be recognized and sometimes be performing. It is so important to your son for you to be there and we do not want you to miss out! As a den, we are responsible to provide cookies at two of the pack meetings. Each scout will need to bring in one package of cookies on that particular night.