Bow • Dunbarton
Cub Scout Oath
On my honor I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my country
And to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong,
Mentally awake, and morally straight.
Cub Scout Dens
An age-appropriate introduction to Scouting, the Lion program focuses on the principles of character development, leadership skills, personal fitness, and citizenship through fun and engaging activities
The traditional entry point to Scouting, Tiger Scouts begin by earning their Bobcat rank and continue toward their Tiger badge by completing activities and adventures with their den and parents/guardians.
Wolf Scouts learn to run with the pack through exercise and team activities, put their paws on the path with hiking safety, and howl at the moon by performing a campfire skit.
Bear Scouts learn to use their claws through pocketknife safety, become more self-sufficient with the bear necessities of camping, and set their character compass by participating in community fellowship activities.
Webelos Scouts learn to become cast iron chefs, complete introductory first-aid activities, understand the connection between physical fitness and healthy living, and put it all together in a three-mile walkabout adventure.
The final stage of Cub Scouts before Boy Scouts, the Arrow of Light Den focuses on community citizenship, continuing to improve upon outdoor skills, and participating in activities with the Boy Scout Troop.
DO YOUR BEST
A scout is: