When: Oct. 1 – 2, 2011, Check-in 4 – 5:00 PM

Where: Capital of Texas Zoo

Who can go: Scouts of all ranks accompanied by a parent or designated guardian and their families.

cub scout camping checklist

Required medical form

Link to required youth protection training

Family Campout Fall 2011 flyer       Family Campout flyer (pdf)

Signup online through the Pack 90 Store

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Join Scouting Night – This Thursday, September 8th

Come Join Cub Scout Pack 90 – WE DO STUFF!  Learn about Cub Scouts and meet us!

Summitt Cafeteria, 6:30 – 7:45 pm

 

 

Cub Scouts raise the flag every morning at Summitt, and take it down after school.

Cub Scouting Opportunities
• Dens (groups of four to eight boys) go on field trips to interesting places in the community.
• Boys experience a variety of outdoor fun and special age appropriate activities, such as archery,
camping, field sports, fishing, swimming, leatherwork, crafts, and an annual sleep-over on a real ship
• Cub Scouts (boys first through fifth grades) can go to resident camp: a two-night experience
 at Cub World at Camp Tom Wooten near Bastrop, which includes Fort Houston, the Native
American Village, the Mineshaft, boating and a huge swimming pool.


What's expected of me as a Parent/Guardian?
• Unlike sports or other youth programs, Cub Scouting is a program that all parents/ guardians
 and boys can do together regardless of skill level.
• Parents/guardians who volunteer spend an average of two to four hours per week involved
in Cub Scouting activities. This includes meetings with the boys and planning time.
• Parent/guardian volunteers can be unit leaders, pack committee chairmen,committee members
or den leaders (training is available for all positions).