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Cub Pack 1031 Has a Busy Month! 2 Service Projects and Scout Sunday

Updated: Apr 2

Scout Sunday at St Joseph Catholic Church and Susie G receiving her St George medal at St. Thecla Church

Cub Pack 1031 had a busy month in February. We did two service projects: one a hike and trail cleanup and a service project to help a blind senior clean Sweet Gum balls from his walk and front yard so he can garden. AND four Cub Scouts earned their religious emblems! We will also end the month with our “Blue and Gold” dinner!!

            The pack did a hike on Little Paint Branch Trail and collected trash along the way as part of our Adopt a Trail. We found more than six types of wildlife (trees, hickory nuts, sweetgum balls and buds) The Arrow Scouts went to a family member’s brother’s house and cleared the Sweet Gum balls from his walk and front yard to help keep him safe. They also learned how he adapted to becoming blind as part of their Aware and Care pin.

            We will be celebrating our 58th Anniversary of Cub Pack 1031 next Monday with a Blue and Gold dinner.

            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 are back in Beltsville Academy for our den meetings. And happy to be meeting in our usual place and learning about engineering, nature, doing service and hiking in the outdoors.

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