Get ready to have some FUN! This summer, Cub Scout aged youth and everyone in the family can have fun and participate in outdoor adventures. Some can be done virtually if that is safer, but try to get outdoors as much as possible!
The best news? You don’t have to be in Cub Scouts to participate. Simply visit https://www.ncacbsa.org/cubspa/ for full program details and download a passport to get started. Parents and siblings are invited to participate. And if you’ve completed any of these activities already since Memorial Day, those count too! The program runs through Labor Day. There is no cost to participate.
Simply choose two or more adventures from each category on the passport. As they are completed, parents and guardians will sign and date each box. When two boxes in each category completed, upload the completed passport and you’ve earned the patch.
Don’t wait until you’ve started your passport to reserve your patch. Order patches for the entire family now by clicking here. Patches are $5 each.
In addition to the patch, most of these activities satisfy requirements in your Cub Scout’s handbook.
• Parents and guardians, go over your Cub Scouts requirements with them in their Cub Scout Handbook for specific requirements that you can work on while completing the passport.
• Email your Cub Scout’s Cubmaster or Den Leader with what your Scout completed and the date so your unit can track their advancement.
• Since we don’t have traditional camps this year, completing the passport meets the requirements for Day Camp, Homecamping and Webelos Resident Camp.
Not a Scout yet? Both girls and boys entering Kindergarten through 5th grade this fall can sign up now to start their Scouting journey. For more information, send a note to email@example.com.
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