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CUB SCOUTS IS FOR GIRLS AND BOYS AGES 5-10

From the thrill of shooting an arrow to learning how to transform a block of wood into a race car, Cub Scouts is one thrill after another. With a program expertly tailored to match each age in a young boy and girl’s life, Cub Scouts learn by doing and it’s always an adventure!

Every person in Scouting learns the motto “Be Prepared.” And while that can mean a lot of things to a lot of people, ultimately the Boy Scouts of America prepares young people for life. We prepare them for life by creating opportunities for learning and growth that foster and strengthen self-confidence, ethics, respect for others, academic skills, and leadership. Lessons that stay with them their entire lives. Click below to learn what is available for Cub Scouts.

Events

Looking for something to do with your Cub Scout? Please click below to see what is available.

Camps

Cub Scouts is fun with a purpose and Cub Scout Camp is too! Your Scouts will enjoy outdoor adventure like swimming, hiking, camping, archery, and much more while earning advancements and awards and making lifelong friends and memories.

Advancement & Awards

Whether you’re looking for information regarding the many Advancement opportunities or Awards that may be won, you’ve come to the right place!

Training

Explore the training opportunities that are available to leaders, parents, and youth. All adults holding unit leadership positions must complete Youth Protection, Hazardous Weather, and position-specific training.  Click to learn more.

STEM

The BSA’s STEM initiative gives Scouts an opportunity to explore science, technology, engineering, and mathematics related concepts and learn how STEM knowledge is used in everyday life and in the professional world. The aim is to expose youth to new opportunities and help build interest in the STEM-related careers that are so crucial to our future economy.

Special Needs Scouts

Many units have at least one Scout with Special Needs, which includes autism, attention deficit disorder, Asperger’s Syndrome, asthma, diabetes, hearing or visual impairment and many others. This committee is designed to offer support, training, and resources to help your Scout and unit be more successful.

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Scouts in the greater st. Louis area council rely on the generosity of individuals, sponsors, organizations and charitable donors to help them grow into the next generation of leaders.