– News for Cub Scouts

Do you wear your neckerchief over or under the collar?

The neckerchief is the most underrated part of a Scout’s uniform. Around the globe, this piece of cloth is often the primary identifier that someone is a Scout. (Exhibit A: Bear Grylls, Chief Scout of the U.K.) Within the BSA, there are special neckerchiefs for Eagle Scouts, for each rank in Cub Scouting and for…

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Family Scouting success stories: Meet 5 packs that have welcomed girls

In California, a 7-year-old girl screamed with delight when she learned she could become an official member of her brother’s Cub Scout pack. In Tennessee, a Cubmaster approached his chartered organization about becoming an early adopter pack and welcoming girls, and the church leader told him “we’re right behind you.” And in Washington state, a…

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OFFICES IN THE LEADERSHIP CENTER Northern Star Scouting’s Base Camp is now the home to TWO fantastic facilities – the historic red brick TeamBuilding Center and the slate gray Leadership Center. Each building serves multiple purposes and needs within Scouting and our community. Let’s explore the campus! The below links lead to “ready to print”…

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Thousands of Girls are Joining Cub Scouts

Tatum and Ian W., 10-year-old twins who are both participating in Webelos, are looking to be among the first brother/sister duos to eventually earn the rank of Eagle Scout. It’s all possible thanks to Tatum’s recent participation in Pack 154, which is part of Daniel Webster Council in Durham, New Hampshire. The pack began welcoming girls…

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