How do I join?
"I would like to enroll my son or daughter in Cub Scouts. How do I get started?"
* Contact Pack 13 -- email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com, send us a message with your e-mail address on our Cub Scout Pack 13 Wiesbaden Facebook page or fill out an online interest form here: Pack 13 Interest Form.
* Attend your first Pack Meeting, Den Meeting, or Summertime Activity.
* Complete and submit the following:
- online BSA application (new Scouts)
- paper BSA application (transfer Scouts)
* Outfit your Cub Scout with an appropriate uniform.
* Check the website or Scoutbook calendar for upcoming meetings, hikes, campouts, and other activities.
* Enjoy watching your Scout learn and grow with the support of his new scouting friends and the leaders in Cub Scout Pack 13.
Registration: Boys and Girls can join any time!
"How much does it cost?"
There are several different fees that make up the total cost of registration.
- $33 - National Boy Scouts of America Registration Fee (covers Jan-Dec)
- $1 - National Boy Scouts of America Insurance Fee (covers Jan-Dec)
- $39 - Transatlantic Council Fee for DoD Scouts (covers Jan-Dec)
- $78 - Transatlantic Council Fee for non-DoD Scouts (covers Jan-Dec)
- $50 - Pack 13 Activity Fee (covers Sep - Aug)
- $12 - Boys Life Subscription for APO/DPO Addresses (covers Jan-Dec)
- $32 - Boys Life Subscription for international addresses (covers Jan-Dec)
Fees are normally collected in September during registration night. If a Scout transfers or joins during another time of the year, we will help to figure out the correct amount of fees to collect.
What are Cub Scout Ranks and How does my Son or daughter Advance?
Lion. The Lion program is an introductory program to scouting for boys and girls in kindergarten. Lions do adventures with their adult partners and other Lions.
Bobcat. The Bobcat rank is for all boys and girls who join Cub Scouting.
Tiger. The Tiger Cub program is for first-grade (or age 7) boys and girls and their adult partners. The requirements consist of an exciting series of indoor and outdoor activities just right for boys and girls in the first grade.
Wolf. The Wolf program is for boys and girls in second grade (or age 8). To earn the Wolf badge, scouts work physical and mental skills while completing 7 adventures.
Bear. The Bear rank is for boys and girls who have completed second grade (or age 9). The Cub Scout must complete 7 adventures to earn the Bear badge. These requirements are somewhat more difficult and challenging than those for Wolf rank.
Webelos. This is a 2-year program for boys and girls who have completed third grade (or age 10). This is the first step in their transition from Cub Scouts to a Scouts BSA troop. Scouts work on adventure pins, attend meetings led by adults, and becomes familiar with the Scouts BSA requirements, all leading up to the Arrow of Light Award.