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Cub Pack 1031 Finishing up Achievements and Doing Service

Cub Scouts meeting Sydney, an assistance dog, and its owner

On March 18th, Cub Pack 1031 learned about Fidos for Freedom, a Laurel based therapy and assistance dog group that trains dogs how to train dogs to help their owners and to visit patients and comfort them. The Scouts had a wonderful time at the meeting getting to know the three dogs who visited us.

The Pack is working to complete our advancements and move on to elective achievements. The younger scout dens learned about multiple ways of communicating by using codes, braille and fingerspelling. The Bears built a bird house, and the older scouts are working on advancement and finishing Aware and Care with the visit of Fidos for Freedom.

In April, we will be getting the Arrow den ready to bridge over to ScoutsBSA. The rest of the dens will be completing their required achievements and looking forward to Day Camp! For the first time since 2018 - there will be a Cub Day Camp! We are excited!

We also will be volunteering at the Anacostia Watershed Earth Day cleanup on April 20th. Look for our article about signing up for the cleanup. We need lots of volunteers!

If you are interested in Cub Scout contact Regina Halper at for information. We are a family scouting unit. We learn outdoor skills, citizenship, STEM, nature and do community service. We meet at Beltsville Academy for our den meetings. We are happy to be meeting in our usual place and learning about engineering, nature, doing service and hiking in the outdoors.

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