The Cub Scout Core Values are
12 Points of the Scout Law
Scout Law for FEBRUARY
Theme: FRIENDS NEAR AND FAR
What does it mean?
February's point of the Scout Law,
FRIENDLY, will use the theme, FRIENDS NEAR AND FAR.
A SCOUT IS FRIENDLY: A Scout is a friend to everyone, even people who are very different from him..
HOW DOES “FRIENDS NEAR AND FAR” RELATE TO THIS POINT OF THE SCOUT LAW? A Scout is a friend to all. He is a brother to other Scouts. He offers his friendship to people of all races and nations, and respects the beliefs and customs of others. “Friends Near and Far” reminds us that we are part of something bigger than our own community. By living the Scout Law, we are accepting of the world’s peoples and their values.
A SCOUT IS A FRIEND TO ALL,
AND A BROTHER TO EVERY OTHER SCOUT,
NO MATTER TO WHAT SOCIAL CLASS THE
If a scout meets another scout, even though a stranger to him, he must speak to him, and help him in any way that he can, either to carry out the duty he is then doing, or by giving him food, or, as far as possible, anything that he may be in want of. A scout must never be a SNOB. A snob is one who looks down upon another because he is poorer, or who is poor and resents another because he is rich. A scout accepts the other man as he finds him, and makes the best of him -- "Kim," the boy scout, was called by the Indians "Little friend of all the world," and that is the name which every scout should earn for himself..
(Scouting For Boys, 1908)
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: email@example.com or Committee Chair, Cheryl Baylor: firstname.lastname@example.org if you have any questions or want to confirm at the last minute.