Cub Scouting gives families an opportunity to spend quality time together.It is the role of the leaders to provide a good program. The family provides help and support for the cub, their den and the Pack. Families can help in many different ways, which will vary from family to family, depending on family structure and other responsibilities. Some examples of family involvement include:

  • Working with their Cub Scout on achievements and electives
  • Attending Pack meetings
  • Helping with popcorn sales
  • Helping the annual Blue and Gold Dinner
  • Helping at occasional den meetings with a specific project, achievement or activity badge
  • Coordinating a Pack meeting or special activity
  • Providing refreshments
  • Providing transportation
  • Assisting with den outings
  • Communicating to other families in the den
  • Helping to teach a Webelos activity badge

More information about the cub scouts can be found here.