Cubmaster: Robb Feldhege
Charter Organization: VFW Post 6915
What is Scouting?
Pack 15 is a year-round program that offers fun and challenging activities for boys in grades 1-5 with their parents. Service projects, ceremonies, physical fitness, games, and other activities help guide the Cub Scout and gives him a sense of personnel achievement. With positive peer group interaction boys learn honesty, respect, citizenship, compassion and courage.
Want to Join???
Currently the cost is only $24 per year.
The Scout uniform consists of a blue scout shirt (Webelos can wear tan), a neckerchief, slide, and a belt. These can be purchased at the Scout Shop in Sartell.
There is 1 fundraiser per year....the Scouts Popcorn sales in the fall. A percentage of each scouts individual sales goes into their personal account of which they can use to help pay for camp.
Dens meet once or twice a month during the school year as determined by the Den Leader. The Pack meets on the third Tuesday of each month from 7-8 pm during the school year. Summertime we have one Pack meeting a month that consists of fun outdoor games and activities to keep the kids in touch until the next school year.
Family involvement is an essential part of Cub Scouting, what better way to lead than by example.
- Provide help and support for the Den and Pack
- Work with your son on advancement projects and activities
- Attend Pack meetings with your son
- Attend and assist in Den and Pack outings
How does participation in Cub Scouting affect participation in other activities?
The Cub Scout program is designed to compliment many other extra-curricular activities. Boys who participate in organized sports and academic based extracurricular activities can be recognized for these activities through belt loops and pins which are worn on their uniform.