Bethlehem United Methodist Church
Thursday, May 23, 2013
Growing as Christians... Reaching Out to Others
Pack 298, Cub Scouts
Cub Scouting is a family-centered program for boys in first through fifth grades who are ages 7, 8, 9 and 10. Cub Scouts meet weekly in small groups called dens under the leadership of an adult den leader. All of the dens, along with their family members, come together once a month for the pack meeting.
As adults we want our children to become people of worth – self-reliant, dependable, and caring individuals. These outcomes are the goal of Cub Scouting. We weave life-time values into fun and educational activities. We work together with parents developing ways to strengthen character, develop good citizenship, and enhance personal fitness.
Cut Scouting is fun! But it is fun with a purpose. Woven through all the fun is an inspired program that really works.
Troop 444, Boy Scouts
Boy Scouts is for boys 11 years of age or in the sixth grade through their eighteenth birthday. Boy Scouting strives to instill values in young people. It allows young men to earn merit badges in over one hundred career/hobby subjects.
As a Scout advances he gains leadership skills and confidence in himself. Boy Scouts are organized by Patrols, lead by an elected Scout Patrol Leader and meet weekly in Patrol and Troop meetings.
Supervised by adult leaders committed to a fun, achievement oriented organization, Troop 444 accents youth-led high adventure. Our Adventures include canoing fifty miles, sailing tall ships, hiking the Yukon Trail and riding horses at Philmont.
Scouting Internet link
Middle Tennessee Council