Bear Cub Den

Cub Motto:
Do Your Best

bear-badgeBear Cubs, BSA, is a program for boys in the third grade and their adult partners.  To earn the Bear badge, a boy must complete 12 of the 24 specified achievements listed in the book. He can select the ones he wants to do from four different groups: God, Country, Family, and Self. The Progress Towards Ranks badge is available as an incentive during the Bear program to encourage a Cub on his achievement work. Details regarding the completion of the achievements and associated electives can be found in the BSA Bear Cub Scout Book.

bears-handbookWhen a boy finishs an achievement, he will need to have an adult member of his family sign and date his book. He will then take the book to the next den meeting and his den leader will record it on the Cub Scout (Den) Advancement Chart and initial his book. When he has done 12 Bear achievements, he becomes a Bear Cub Scout. A boy may count any extra achievement requirements he earns as arrow point credits.

If a Bear-aged boy is new to Cub Scouting, he must complete the Bobcat trail before beginning work on the Bear achievements.

Each cub scout also receives a subscription to the Boys Life Magazine.