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Who Are We?
Cub Scout Pack 1355 is located in Manassas, VA and is open to boys and girls in Kindergarten through Fifth Grade.
Everyone is welcome! Boys and NOW GIRLS!
We promote an inclusive atmosphere and encourage family involvement in our Pack. While many boys and girls join the program in August or September at the beginning of the school year, we welcome you to join Cub Scouts at any time of the year.
Ready to get started? Join here:
PDF: BSA Youth Application and BSA Adult Application.
Online: BSA Online Application:If you have further questions about Pack 1355, email our Pack Leadership at email@example.com
"Do your best"
Cubmaster: Brian Albers
Assistant Cubmaster: Rob Rixmann
Why Join Cub Scouting?
• Your time is valuable. More than ever, today’s families strive to find quality time to spend together. Cub Scouting helps to support your family by providing ready-made opportunities for you and your son to do things together.
• Cub Scout-age children benefit developmentally from belonging to a group of children their own age. Through this sense of belonging, they build self-esteem and learn to get along with others.
• As a parent, you want to be assured that the groups that your child joins will teach values consistent with good citizenship, character development, and physical fitness. The Boy Scouts of America has been weaving these lifetime values into fun and educational activities since 1910.
• In a society where your son or daughter is taught that winning is everything,Cub Scouting teaches him to “do their best” and to be helpful to others.
• Scouting teaches family values and works to strengthen your relationship with your son or daughter. Scouting activities can bring added value to the time you already have with your child.
• They will learn to live by the code of “On my honor.” But we know that they do not join Cub Scouting just to get their character built. Boys and Girls join because it is fun. And fun is at the heart of everything Cub Scouts do— from exploring natural habitats to building model cars and robots to trying sports like archery or telling stories around a campfire. Boys and Girls in Cub Scouting might be learning great lessons, but they’re far too busy having fun to notice.
Join the Cub Scout Ranks
A Cub Scout Program for Kindergarten Boys and Girls and their families. The Cub Scout adventure begins with the Lion Cubs . . . A program of exciting in door and outdoor activities designed for kindergartners and their adult partner. Adults are there as a support and guide, and allow the new Cub Scout to discover the activities and consequences under adult supervision. At the end of the school year, he will graduate to Tiger Cubs. Then with each following year he will advance through the Cub Scout program as a Wolf, then Bear, then finally as a Webelos Scout
Any boy or girl who is 7 years old or in first grade can join as a Tiger.The Tiger Cub program is a one-year introduction to Scouting. The Tiger Cub motto is "Search, Discover, Share." The program transitions the boys(and parents!) to the Cub Scouting program. Each Tiger Cub joins with a parent partner and forms a team. The first task is to earn your Bobcat rank. A Tiger Den usually meets two times per month: once as a den meeting, the other as a Go See It! The Tiger den also attends and participates in the monthly Pack meeting.
Any boy or girl who is 8 years old or in second grade can join as a Wolf. But first, you must earn your Bobcat rank. A Wolf den meets two or three times per month to complete Achievements and up to 22 Electives so each boy may earn his rank and belt loops by May.The Wolf den also attends and participates in the pack meeting. In keeping with Cub Scouting's family-oriented principle, parents are encouraged to attend den meetings and required to attend pack meetings. Rank advancements are not given at the pack meeting without a parent or guardian present.
Any boy or girl who is 9 years old or in third grade can join as a Bear. But first, you must earn your Bobcat rank, if you haven't already. A Bear den meets two or three times per month to complete Achievements and up to 24 Electives so each boy may earn his rank and belt loops by May. The Bear den also attends and participates in the pack meeting. In keeping with Cub Scouting's family-oriented principle, parents are encouraged to attend den meetings and required to attend pack meetings.Rank advancements are not given at the pack meeting without a parent or guardian present.
Any boy or girl who is 10 or 11 years old, or in fourth or fifth grade, can join as a Webelos. But first,you must earn your Bobcat rank, if you haven't already. A Webelos patrol meets two or three times per month to complete Activities to earn rank badges,compass points and the Arrow of Light. Webelos begin to experience outdoor activities, such as patrol camping. The Webelos patrol also attends and participates in the pack meeting.