Cub Scout Pack 447

Meets @ Ed Guest Bldg. or Fellowship Hall on Mondays (gr. 4-5@ 5:15 /gr. 1-3@ 6:30)

Providing in introduction to the outdoors, life skills training, and values education, the Cub Scouts give boys from first through fifth grade the opportunity to learn through doing. With a strong commitment to public service, as well as fun, cub scouts pursue a variety of activities to learn more about themselves, their community, and the world we live in. Structured with a series of earned badges, the program offers growth through individual achievement, and opportunities for a variety of fun, challenging activities.

On the first Mon. of the month, we start as a whole group with a flag ceremony, and then divide into Dens made up of the different age/grade cohorts. Each Den has its own Den leader, who leads the den in activities that help Den members earn advancement. These activities vary considerably, ranging from learning how to fold a flag, to learning about proper nutrition, to discussing boys’ roles in their communities of faith. On the remaining Mondays, during Pack meetings we award whatever advancements the boys have earned during Den meetings, and we have program activities meant to benefit boys and their families. Our December Pack meeting is generally our Christmas party.

For more information contact:
Roger Ladd (Cubmaster) email raladd@gmail.com or 280-3514
Frank Buie (Pack Committee Chair) ph 280-5884


Boy Scouts

Meeting Thurs. 6:30-8:00pm in Ed Guest Bldg. (Jan-June & Aug.-Dec)
The Boy Scout program is for mostly boys ages 12-18 (although girls now journey with scouts). They are taught skills in camping and character building ideals. “Be prepared” and “Do a good turn daily” are practiced and laws for living are learned, with an oath to serve God.
Some of the things Boy Scouts learn are first aid, knot tying, lashing poles together and hiking safety. Projects for church and Community are regularly scheduled as well as camping trips.
For more information contact:
G.L. Easterlin
gleasterlin@gmail.com
910-384-8046 or 910/276-6947

Bob Weagraff
weagraff@bellsouth.net
910-384-4770 or 910-610-4576