If you are a Bear – Make sure to get credit for World of Sound Requirement #3 and Webelos should get credit for Maestro Requirement #2a.
Here are some https://www.freshoffthegrid.com/campfire-banana-boats/ (You can use an oven if a campfire isn’t an option)
If you aren’t quite there yet – Start logging now and you’ll finish up in early September.
Get your ScoutStrong paperwork signed by an adult in your home and then sent to your Den Leader or Cubmaster.
To get ready – Work with your Den or Pack to find a local charity and see what you can do to give them a hand.
Check out the ideas here – https://weownadventure.com/good-turn-weekend-aug-1-2/
You could start a drive-through food drive, collect blankets or bags to donate, or help organize their facility.
For example: For our Scouts in the Alexandria area – Collecting paper grocery bags to help food pantries distribute supplies could help the Mother of Light Center in Del Ray.
Service projects can earn credit for the NCAC Scouting at Home Award: https://www.scoutingevent.com/082-scoutingathomeaward
This also completes the first activity in the Explore My Family category of the Cub Family Summertime Passport: https://public.3.basecamp.com/p/AqAQD4gKhjdXw4m2AkDEbCWn
Pick any requirement from the Emergency Preparedness Award and work on it as a family- The requirements for each rank can be found here: https://www.scouting.org/awards/awards-central/emergency-preparedness/