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Welcome to the Scouting Family!


Now that you have started your Scouting journey, we want to help you make the most of it. Below are ways to help you get the information you need and how you can fully enjoy all that Scouting has to offer.

 


Cub Scout 411


These 3 steps are key to make sure you experience the great things Scouting has to offer.

STEP 1

Earn Your Bobcat Badge

Every Cub Scout starts their Scouting trail by earning the Bobcat badge. Whether you start in 1st grade or 5th grade, everyone starts here. Chances are you are already on your way to Bobcat.

 

STEP 2

Go to an Outdoor Adventure

This is where you can get all of those great experiences Cub Scouts has to offer like camping, fishing, archery, bb guns, swimming, and so much more! At each of these adventures, you can come out for the day on Saturday or camp all weekend. You can sign up with your pack or as a family and attend on your own. Check out each tab for more information.

Visit www.camplanoche.com to see all of the events happening this fall at camp
Each District holds a Cub Family Event in the fall for all Cub Scouts and their families to attend. Come out for the day on Saturday, or camp for the weekend. To find out more, use the District list at the top of this page to find an event near you.

 

STEP 3

Attend Your Weekly Den Meetings!

Your weekly den meetings are a great time for your new Cub Scout to have fun, make new friends, and learn new skills. And don’t forget about the monthly Pack meeting where the boys will have even more fun and be presented with awards they have earned in their den meetings.

 


What About Uniforms and Books?


Looking to find those handbooks and Uniforms for your new Cub Scout? You can find all of the Scouting gear you need at the Central Florida Council Scout Shops and select partners. To find out more about store locations, hours, and contact information, CLICK HERE. Visit ScoutStuff.org to see all of the great items available for your Cub Scout.