Adventure and fun awaits



Den meetings :  A den is composed of about Scouts who are about the same age and grade level.  During the year, Scouts earn their  Rank (Advancement) by working on Cub Scout Rank Requirements.  Most Adventures are worked on during one hour Den Meetings either in the Church Mission Center or outside on the  Church Property.  Some times, Scouts will complete these Adventures on Field Trips or on Scout Camp Outs.  All Den Meetings are run by Den Leaders who have B.S.A. (Boy Scouts of America) Training, have completed a Background Check, and have taken a Youth Protection Training Class.

Pack Meetings :  Cub Scout Packs have one Pack Meeting per month, every month of the year.  These Pack Meetings involve the entire Pack of Tigers (grade 1), Wolves (grade 2), Bears (grade 3),  Webelos (grade 4) and Arrow of Light (grade 5).  The purpose of  these Pack Meetings are for all Scout Ranks to work together and  participate in topics or activities involving the whole Cub Scout  Pack, such as Scout Fund Raising, Community Projects, maybe a  Pinewood Derby Race or Raingutter Regatta  The entire Scouts  family is welcome and encouraged to attend the Monthly Pack Meetings, and Scout siblings can also participate in some Pack  Meetings.  As with Den Meetings, Monthly Pack Meetings are most times held at Providence United Methodist Church, but some times, these  meetings will be held at field trip locations around Charlotte.


Pinewood Derby : The Pinewood Derby Race is one of our favorite Scout Adventures.  Scouts build and decorate their own race car from a block of wood, 4 wheels and 4 nails for the axles.  The Big   Event is held here at local Cub Scout Packs and Scouts bring their friends and family to watch the big race.  Awards are given out to the Fastest Cars and they are also judged for decoration such as "Best Scout Theme", "Most Creative", "Judges Choice" etc.  


 Raingutter Regatta :  Summer Rain Gutter Regatta is Fun, Fun  Fun.  All Scouts get together and each one assembles their own Sailboat.  They race their Sailboat by blowing at the sail through a straw.  First across the finish line, is the winner.  


Blue & Gold Banquet :  The Blue and Gold Banquet is the most exciting event on the Cub Scout calendar. It is the birthday celebration of Cub Scouting.


Tree Banding  Fundraiser :  All Cub Scouts Packs are funded by donations and the sale of items such as Popcorn or Camp Cards (discount shopping cards).  Pack 11 raises most of their needed funds through the sale of Tree Band Kits.  Our hard working and dedicated Scouts volunteer their time, along with their parents to sell the Tree Bands to neighbors in the area.    




Adventure and fun awaits



Den meetings :  A den is composed of about Scouts who are about the same age and grade level.  During the year, Scouts earn their  Rank (Advancement) by working on Cub Scout Rank Requirements.  Most Adventures are worked on during one hour Den Meetings either in the Church Mission Center or outside on the  Church Property.  Some times, Scouts will complete these Adventures on Field Trips or on Scout Camp Outs.  All Den Meetings are run by Den Leaders who have B.S.A. (Boy Scouts of America) Training, have completed a Background Check, and have taken a Youth Protection Training Class.

Pack Meetings :  Cub Scout Packs have one Pack Meeting per month, every month of the year.  These Pack Meetings involve the entire Pack of Tigers (grade 1), Wolves (grade 2), Bears (grade 3),  Webelos (grade 4) and Arrow of Light (grade 5).  The purpose of  these Pack Meetings are for all Scout Ranks to work together and  participate in topics or activities involving the whole Cub Scout  Pack, such as Scout Fund Raising, Community Projects, maybe a  Pinewood Derby Race or Raingutter Regatta  The entire Scouts  family is welcome and encouraged to attend the Monthly Pack Meetings, and Scout siblings can also participate in some Pack  Meetings.  As with Den Meetings, Monthly Pack Meetings are most times held at Providence United Methodist Church, but some times, these  meetings will be held at field trip locations around Charlotte.


Pinewood Derby : The Pinewood Derby Race is one of our favorite Scout Adventures.  Scouts build and decorate their own race car from a block of wood, 4 wheels and 4 nails for the axles.  The Big   Event is held here at local Cub Scout Packs and Scouts bring their friends and family to watch the big race.  Awards are given out to the Fastest Cars and they are also judged for decoration such as "Best Scout Theme", "Most Creative", "Judges Choice" etc.  


 Raingutter Regatta :  Summer Rain Gutter Regatta is Fun, Fun  Fun.  All Scouts get together and each one assembles their own Sailboat.  They race their Sailboat by blowing at the sail through a straw.  First across the finish line, is the winner.  


Blue & Gold Banquet :  The Blue and Gold Banquet is the most exciting event on the Cub Scout calendar. It is the birthday celebration of Cub Scouting.


Tree Banding  Fundraiser :  All Cub Scouts Packs are funded by donations and the sale of items such as Popcorn or Camp Cards (discount shopping cards).  Pack 11 raises most of their needed funds through the sale of Tree Band Kits.  Our hard working and dedicated Scouts volunteer their time, along with their parents to sell the Tree Bands to neighbors in the area.    

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