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Boy Scouts

Boy Scouts


Cub Scouting encourages each boy to strive for his personal best, a lesson that will help him achieve success as he enters Boy Scouting - and throughout his adult life.  Cub Scout activities encourage character development, physical coordination, family unity, and enthusiasm for learning.  Cub Scouting helps boys develop a sense of teamwork, achievement, self-confidence, and respect for others.  Learning to master new skills helps the Cub Scout realize his own abilities and discover that his can-do attitude is the first sign of success in any endeavor.  In fact, that's the Cub Scout motto: DO YOUR BEST!
Boy Scouts learn some of life's more serious lessons while having fun.  Boys learn about important values, such as helping yourself by helping others, and honoring the basic rights of others.  Boy Scouting's active learning experience include hiking, camping, and other outdoor expeditions; competitive individual and team sports activities; and community or religious service projects.  Many Boy Scouts first practice basic leadership, self-government, and citizenship skills during regular troop campouts and meetings.
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