The Cub Scout Core Values are
12 Points of the Scout Law
Scout Law for DECEMBER
Theme: WINTER WONDERLAND
What does it mean?
A SCOUT IS REVERENT:
A Scout is reverent toward God. He is faithful in his religious duties. He respects the beliefs of others.
HOW DOES “WINTER WONDERLAND”
RELATE TO THIS POINT OF THE SCOUT
As winter comes, it brings with it a wonderland
of snow, peace, beauty, and holidays. Many of us
come from different backgrounds and celebrate
different traditions; each of our traditions gives
us an identity, a sense of belonging. When we
share our traditions and accept the traditions of
others, we expand our circle so that everyone
feels that they belong. Whether we celebrate
Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, or none of
these, sharing valued traditions and holding true
to what they stand for will help us understand
others. But no matter who we are or how we
celebrate, everyone in Scouting is part of a great
organization that has taught us to show reverence
for others and their beliefs
A SCOUT'S DUTY TO GOD
"No man is much good unless he believes in God and
obeys His laws. So every Scout should have a
religion....Religion seems a very simple thing: First: Love
and Serve God. Second: Love and serve your neighbour."
- (Scouting For Boys, 1908)
"Our objective in the Scouting movement is to give
such help as we can in bringing about God's
Kingdom on earth by including among youth the
spirit and the daily practice in their lives of unselfish
goodwill and cooperation." by Lord Baden-Powell
CUB SCOUTS MEET HERE!!
Pack 241 accepts ALL boys starting June 1st after they finish kindergarten until they finish 5th grade (or who are between 7 & 10 yrs old). If you are interested in having fun all year long, join us!
Hey parents / guardians! If you wish to visit our pack and find out more about Scouting, please check our pack calendar listed on the homepage or stop by the Chancellor Charter cafeteria on any Tuesday night at 7 PM during our den or pack meeting nights. We hold regular weekly meetings during the school year. During the summer, please contact one of our leaders below.
There is always a leader ready, willing, and available to share with you what Scouting is all about and why your son should be a Cub Scout.
Cub Scouts is family oriented, so siblings of all ages will have just as much fun on our camp-outs and field trips as your son will!
Join us to learn more about the 12 Points of "Scout Law" and what Scouting has to offer your whole family.
Cub Master, Lee Hodege: firstname.lastname@example.org or Committee Chair, Cheryl Baylor: email@example.com if you have any questions or want to confirm at the last minute.