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Cub Pack 1031’s Hearts Are in Our Adventures By Regina Halper

Updated: Mar 28



Bear Scouts and parents with their fence picket birdhouse

Tigers and Wolves are working on the Digging in the Past Adventure finding out about fossils and nutrition.

Bears are working on Baloo the Builder by learning about tools and completing a fence picket birdhouse with help from their parent. Bear Kyle T earned his Light of Christ religious emblem at Scout Sunday this month.

Webelos den is learning about first aid and safety as they complete their First Responder adventure.

The Arrow den is almost ready to bridge over to Scouts BSA in April. Our first female scouts are bridging over to Troop 214G with their leader and Troop master Casandra Inigo Cartegena.

The whole pack is getting ready to celebrate Cub Scouts with our Blue and Gold!!

Scouts from Beltsville celebrated Scout Sunday with our pastor, Fr. Rob Maro on February 6, 2022, at St Joseph Catholic Church. Bear Scout Kyle T. received his Light of Christ medal and scouts from Pack 1031, Troop 1033 and Girl Scout Emily F. joined in the procession and received Scout Sunday patches.

If you are interested in discovering the fun of Cub Scouts, please contact Regina Halper at Pack1031cubscouting@gmail.com for more information. We are a family scouting unit. We hike, bike, go interesting places and learn about nature and do service. 95% of our scouts earned their rank this year! We are still being cautious, we meet weekly (either virtually or in person in the outdoors), stay arm’s length apart and we keep it fun! Our active den leaders are 100% vaccinated and most of our scouts too!

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