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Be fast... or look good tryingThe pinewood derby is one of the most popular and successful family activities in Cub Scouting. Pinewood derby cars are small wooden models that Cub Scouts make with help from their families. Then they race the cars in competition. The cars are powered by gravity and run down a track. Every boy can design and build his own "grand prix" car to enter in the race.
The biggest and best fundraiser of the year!Popcorn! Every year, Scouts hit the streets selling popcorn in front of grocery stores, in their neighborhood and to friends and family. Scouts set popcorn goals to support their chosen activities for the year, to fund community service and leadership projects, to attend summer camp, or to travel to destinations near and far. Packs, Troops, Teams and Crews are an integral part in assisting each youth to fund their scouting experiences.
Not your typical soapbox derby raceOur raingutter regatta is unlike many others out there; we don't use kits. We push the scouts to their imagnitive liimit. Using a basic plastic bottle, chop sticks and wall paper samples, the boys create their own boat.
Cub Scouting Is Fun
Boys join Cub Scouting because they want to have fun. For boys, however, fun means a lot more than just having a good time. "Fun" is a boy's code word for the satisfaction he gets from meeting challenges, having friends, feeling good about himself, and feeling he is important to other people. While the boys are having fun and doing things they like to do, they also learn new things, discover and master new skills, gain self-confidence, and develop strong friendships.
Cub Scouting Helps Boys Develop Interests and Skills
In Cub Scouting, boys participate in a broad array of activities. Cub Scouts develop ability and dexterity, and they learn to use tools and to follow directions. Recognition and awards encourage them to learn about a variety of subjects, such as conservation, safety, physical fitness, community awareness, academic subjects, sports, and religious activities. These interests might become a hobby or even a career later in life.