Cub Scout Pack 824 is excited to be part of the new Scout Me In campaign that welcomes girls, as well as boys, in the iconic Cub Scout program.
Starting this summer, all youth are invited to say, “Scout Me In,” as they join the fun, adventure, and character-building opportunities found in Cub Scouts. The program presents an energizing Scouting experience that speaks to youth by putting them in the middle of the action. It also engages parents who are looking for ways to make the most of the time they have with their children and help them to be Prepared. For Life.
Girls and boys in grades K – 5 are members of single-gender dens, groups of six to eight girls or boys who are in the same grade. Dens meet three times a month to learn new skills, play games, and have fun. All of the dens meet together on the third Thursday of the month August through May for a pack meeting. Scouts receive awards for the work done in den meetings and participate in games, skits, and activities such as Pinewood Derby. The pack keeps the “outing” in Scouting by camping three times a year.
Older girls with an interest in Scouting are also being welcomed into the Scouts BSA program. North Valley Youth Leadership Development, the charter organization for Pack 824 and Troop 224, invites girls in sixth grade and up to join a new all-girl troop that is now forming. The girls will follow the same program as boy troops and will be able to earn the rank of Eagle.
All interested families are invited to attend:
Back to Scouting
August 16 from 6:30 to 8:00 p.m.
Esperanza Elementary School, 251 W. Mohawk Dr.
For more information contact Sandra House at email@example.com or visit
www.pack824az.org or www.troop224az.org.