If you are in 1st grade through 5th grade and you like to have fun, then you should be a Cub Scout!
Cub Scouting is an activity where boys your age get together to do all kinds of fun things. We go hiking and camping together. We go to Mariners games, ride bikes, swim and play putt putt golf together. We have a Pinewood Derby where we race cars that we build ourselves and we have a soapbox derby where we ride in homemade cars. We learn about first-aid, how to read a map, tie knots and all kinds of other cool stuff.
Your parents would like Cub Scouts too. Scouting builds character, responsibility, self-sufficiency, ethics, leadership and lots of other boring things that adults think are important (none of that stuff gets in the way of fun though!). Your parents might also learn a thing or two.
Here's how to get started:
1. Attend an upcoming Den Meeting
Please come and find out what all the fun is about! You and your son are invited to learn more about Cub Scouting at any of the upcoming Den or Pack meetings (see the Announcements and Calendar pages on this site for details).
If you like what you learn, you can join Cub Scouting that night!
2. If you can't attend a meeting
Learn more about Queen Anne Cub Scouts by reviewing this website and contact a leader using the grade-based list located at the Our Leaders page.
3. Or, contact our Cubmaster:
Karim Lessard, firstname.lastname@example.org, (206) 427-9343
It's never too late to start in Scouting. You're welcome at any time!