Cubs
(8-10 Years)

Do Your Best!

As a Pack, Cub Scouts plan adventures like hikes, weekend camps and water activities (like canoeing and kayaking), discovering their unique capabilities and personal progression along the way.

In Cub Scouts youth can sleep beneath the stars, hike with gear on their backs, eat gooey marshmallows on a stick or see an otter splashing in a stream just a few feet away.

Cooking Challenge

During the cessation of in-person activities (from March until September of 2020), our Cub Scouts were periodically challenged by one of their Scouters - we affectionately call him Chef Hawkeye - to explore recipes from around the world, and to come up with their own favourite recipes as well! Even though in-person activities have resumed, our Cubs are keeping this challenge going; we will be collecting recipes submitted by the Cubs - and the rest of the Group - here.

Personal Achievement Badges

Working on Personal Progression Badges allow youth to further develop individual interests and skills, allowing their development along The Canadian Path to be recognized as part of their growth and progression. Personal Achievement Badges are section-specific and do not continue with the youth from one Section to the next.

Outdoor Adventure
Skills

These are achieved in stages and continue with youth from one Section to the next. They mark progress in gaining skills with camping, hiking, aquatics, winter activities, and more.

Only the highest stage earned in any particular skill area is worn on the uniform.

The Seeonee
Award

Cub Scouts can pursue the Seeonee Award by completing Personal Progression within their Pack; leading or contributing to projects of personal significance that have an impact in the community; and by attaining the specified number of Outdoor Adventure Skills stages.