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Welcome to Cub Scouts Pack 200 - Medfield, Massachusetts

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Cub Scout Sign Up

Cub Scouts is open to any boy in grades K-5.  Come see what the fun is all about!  

Registration signup is at the September 6, 2018 Pack Meeting, 6:45-8pm, Dale Street School cafeteria 

Some of the events we did this past year:
·  Fall Overnight Camp Out – “I had a really fun time and want to do it again next year.” – Tiger Cub
·  P-Bruins - "We got to see a pro hockey game!" - Wolf Scout
·  Pinewood Derby – “I made my own car out of wood and raced it.” – Wolf Scout
·  Blue and Gold Awards Banquet – “The food was great and I really liked the magician juggler.” – Bear Scout
·  Rocket Day – “My rocket went so high, it was awesome.” – Tiger Cub
·  Pawsox Sleepover – “We got autographs, watched a baseball game, and slept in tents in the outfield." - it was great!” -  Webelos 1

If you can't make it to the Cub Scout sign up night, don't worry.  You're still welcome -- just contact:
Cubmaster Bob Benson at benson@bostonfundinggroup.com or 617-224-8276
Treasurer and Membership Chair Scott Bate at scott_bate@hotmail.com or 315-323-8807

FAQ
Q – Does my son need to join Cub Scouts in kindergarten or first grade?
A – No, a boy can join at any time.  All are welcome!

Q – When are the meetings, and how much time will this take?
A – We have two 1 hour meetings a month from September to May -- a Pack meeting and a Den meeting -- plus fun Pack activities.

Q – How much does it cost?
A – Dues are only $65 per year.

Q - What are some of the fun things cub scouts do?
A - Camping, fishing, hiking, Pinewood Derby car racing, PawSox Sleepover, Battleship Cove Sleepover

Cub Scouting is an active program where boys learn by doing, and there's no end to the fun things that Cub Scouts do in their dens, as a pack, and at special events,” said Bob Benson, Cubmaster of Medfield Cub Scout Pack 200.  “With activities held at every level—family, den, and pack—Cub Scouting provides a year-round program of fun and learning for boys and their families.”

Q – Do I have to volunteer?
A – No, but you'll probably want to!