We are aiming to complete the Handyman activity pin during two meetings. Our meeting plan is below, along with notations about what worked. Objectives By the end of the meeting, the cubs should be able to / should have completed or started: Significant progress on Handyman Boy Scout skills
Archives for September 2013
We organized an summer den meeting to work on the Aquanaut activity pin (summer meetings also count towards summertime activity awards). We did this in our pool, which necessitated finding adequate supervision to follow the Safe Swim defense rules as well as the Guide to Safe Scouting rules. We couldn’t find a […]
One of the options for Outdoorsman is: 5. Participate in an outdoor conservation project with your Webelos den or a Boy Scout troop. We chose to do this by hiking in one of the local favorite wilderness places and picking up trash. We also discussed the types of trees, bushes, and bugs we found. The boys were […]
Our first Cub Mobile Pack 338 of Tuttle invited us to join them in their cub mobile today! We had built our first cub mobile car in the spring with the bears. We had 3 Webelos I’s come and 3 Wolves from Pack 777. The race was a lot of fun! One of our wolves […]
I points to mineself The story behind this song is that a German immigrant child comes home from school and his mom asks him what he has learned. His English speaking friends have given him funny names and he replies with this song. As you sing it, point to the body part being labeled. Also, […]
Guide to Camping with Food Allergies Developed by Amy McGovern, as part of a Woodbadge Ticket for WB 2121 Allergies are becoming more and more common among children and it is important that the children are safe so they can enjoy their scouting adventures. Food allergies can be life threatening with even a small amount […]
Last Frontier Council is filming a series of “how-to” movies and they filmed us for “how to be a den leader.” The movie is online now and they did a great job! Enjoy the movie!