Knowledge Base

This knowledge base aims to be a single repository for all information that parents, leaders and scouts of Pack 194, or those considering joining the pack, may need.

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Be A Scout — Find out more about getting involved in Scouting.

Belt Loops and Pins — Cub Scout Belt Loops and Pins Worksheets include the maps, charts, diagram, links, and checklists you need plus cross-references for related Tiger, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos requirements!

Bobcat Badge Requirements — On the Merit Badge website

Bobcat Rank Requirements — From the boyscouttrail.com website

Boys' Life Facebook page — Follow what's going on with Boys' Life on Facebook

Boy Scouts of America — The official website of the BSA

Boy Scouts of America Facebook page — The official Boy Scout of America Facebook page

BSA Adult Application — This is the official application form for new scout leaders.

BSA Scout Application Form — This is the official BSA application form for new scouts. It can be printed, filled out and given to the pack to register your son as a new scout.

Cub Scout Parent Information Guide — Welcome to the Adventure of Cub Scouting

Cub Scout Uniform Inspection Sheet — Uniform details and sewing patches

Feedback Form

General Forms

Guide To Safe Scouting — A guide for current policies and procedures

Health and Safety Forms

My Scouting — Your MyScouting account gives you access to Scouting resources specific to your role in Scouting. These resources are intended to help you perform your Scouting duties most effectively.

Pack 194 Facebook page — This is the official Facebook page for the Steamboat Springs Cub Scout Pack 194.

Pack Registration Form

Scoutbook — Scoutbook is a cloud-based service the Pack uses to track achievements, awards etc. as well as keeping calendar information. Parents can update achievements completed at home or in the den and view achievements completed and awards...well, awarded.

Scouting Magazine Facebook page — The official Facebook home for Scouting Magazine.

Scout Parents — Find out more about what it means to be the parent of a scout.

Scout Stuff - The Scout Shop

ScoutSuff Facebook page — The official Facebook home for ScoutStuff.

STEM Program — STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics. STEM is part of an initiative the Boy Scouts of America has taken on to encourage the natural curiosity of youth members and their sense of wonder about these fields through existing programs.

Twitter - Boys' Life — Musings from the editors of Boys’ Life, the magazine for all boys, for the past—and the next—100 years. Published by the Boy Scouts of America.

Twitter - BSA — The official Twitter feed of the Boy Scouts of America. Stay current with the latest news in Scouting.

Twitter - Pack 194 — The Twitter feed for Steamboat Springs Cub Scout Pack 194. Be sure to follow us!

Twitter - Scouting Magazine — Keep up to date on Scouting Magazine from our official Twitter page.

Twitter - Scout Stuff — Scoutstuff.org: The Official Online Catalog of the Boy Scouts of America

www.meritbadge.org — Merit Badge is a wiki that provides resources for Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Varsity Scouts and Venturers. It contains thousands of articles, worksheets and links.

Your Role as a Parent

Youth Protection Training — Protection of our youths is of the utmost importance. All leaders are required to undertake YPT every two years (soon to be every year). Parents are also encouraged to undertake YPT.