Cub Scouts

We’re all about encouraging boys and girls to make friends, be helpful to others, and do their very best no matter the outcome. With the help of powerful learning projects and exciting outdoor activities, we aim to teach children that doing their best can be a fun and rewarding experience—no matter the difficulty of the challenge. 

Cub Scouts (boys and girls enrolled in Kindergarten through 5th grades - ages 5-10) usually meet 2 to 3 times a month during the school year in small groups (5 to 10 youth) called dens. Den Meetings are packed with fun, games, and great activities that can all be used to earn rank and activity badges.

Once a month all the dens gather at a central location for a gathering called a Pack Meeting. Pack Meetings are where the dens can show off the skills they have learned over the last month. Meetings are often full of cheers, songs, and skits. The highlight of the Pack Meeting is, of course, the award ceremony where the Pack leader, called a Cubmaster, helps the Den Leaders present the Scouts with their latest ranks and activity badges.

To find a Scouts BSA Troop in your area, visit or call 336-760-2900.

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