Scouting reinforces the skills and values we want our sons to learn while they're having fun.
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Scouting is designed to promote socially acceptable behavior while giving our young boys the skills and knowledge they need to make wise decisions. Scouts, families and communities help their education in:
- Physical and mental health
- Environmental stewardship
- Good Citizenship
- Setting and achieving goals
- Helping others in need
- Fighting child abuse and substance abuse
- Career preparation and education
Scouting teaches our young boys the skills that help prepare them for a lifetime of ethical leadership Values
Research conducted by Louis Harris & Associates showed that when a random sample of Scouts was asked what Scouting had taught them, almost nine out of ten responded that Scouting helped them:
In addition, Scouts were found to be more likely to:
- Take better care of the environment (89%)
- Get along with others (88%)
- Always give your best effort (87%)
- Have confidence in yourself (87%)
- Set goals for yourself (87%)
- Care for other people (86%)
- Treat other people with respect (86%)
Scouting is Fun!
- Assume leadership roles in clubs and school organizations
- Put the needs of others before themselves
- Make the most ethical, not necessarily easiest, decisions
- Value education and the environment
Cub Scouts participate in both pack-wide activities as well as numerous den-level activities. Typical pack activities during the year have included overnight camping, community clean-up, family activities, the popcorn fundraising, and the exciting pinewood derby.
How do I Join?
For more information about how to join the Pack please sekect the How to Join? link above.
How to Join? It's never too late to join Cub Scouts!
If you have a boy in 1st, 2nd, 3rd, or 4th, grade you can always sign up for Cub Scouts. What does it cost?
Registration for membership in the Pack is $70.00 for new 1st grade Tigers all other new scouts. Only $82 when you add Boys Life Magazine! The Pack registration fee pays for registration with the Boy Scouts of America, unit insurance, and helps to pay for the awards and supplies for each boy. Boys must complete a registration form for the Boy Scouts of America. Contact Melissa Cariveau to register. Depending on the activities, Den Leaders may ask for an activity fee to cover the costs associated with the particular activity. This may include craft supply fees, admission fees, or the like. These will be kept to a minimal and will be announced ahead of time. Some Pack events may also require a nominal activity fee. Family events are usually the responsibility of those who choose to participate. What do I need?
For more information about what you need after you join the Pack please select the What do I need? link above.
What Do I Need?
Pack 114 requires a uniform for all Cub Scouts. The Tigers, Wolfs, and Bears wear a uniform that consists of an official blue uniform shirt, cap, belt, neckerchief with slide and all required patches. Webelos Scouts wear a uniform that consists of an offcial tan uniform shirt, cap, betl, neckerchief with slide and all reuired patches.
There are basic uniforms for each of the scouting levels. As the Scout progresses they will earn more patches and emblems.
Where to purchase Scout items? Mohegan Council
19 Harvard Street
Worcester, MA 01609
Phone: (508) 752-3769
Fax: (508) 752-3047
New England Backpacker, Inc.
6 E Mountain St
Worcester, MA 01606
Phone: (508) 853-9407
Fax: (508) 853-1382
New England Boy Scout Shop
23 Turnpike Road
Southborough, MA 01722
Phone: (508) 229-2396
Tiger Cubs Uniform
Wolf Scout Uniform
Bear Scout Uniform
|The official Webelos Scout uniform consist of the tan long- or short-sleeve shirt with blue shoulder loops are worn, blue trousers, jeans or jean shorts, a Webelos Scout cap, the blue Cub Scout belt and a Webelos belt buckle, a neckerchief and slide.|
|Official Webelos neckerchief-triangular; blue, green, gold, and red plaid, with Webelos emblem.|
|Official Webelos neckerchief slide-gold colored metal with Webelos emblem. Handmade slides may also be worn.|
|Official Webelos baseball-style cap-olive with a plaid front panel and features the new oval Webelos badge logo.|
|The official Cub Scout blue belt may be worn at Pack 90 with the tan/olive uniform. The Webelos belt buckle is optional. |
|Official Cub Scout Blue Shoulder Loops are worn on the epaulets of the tan long- or short-sleeve shirt.|
|Webelos Scout Book|