If you are interesting in joining, and we hope you are, here is a short list of what's next.

  1. Register for Cub Scouts on the Menomonee Club website
  2. Complete Boy Scouts of America application.  Be sure to check the Boy's Life box to receive a subscription.  These forms can be given to the Cubmaster or dropped off in the Cub Scout mailslot at the Menomonee Club Drucker Center (1535 N. Dayton Street, Chicago)
  3. Review the Cub Scout Parent's Orientation Guide.  This document will explain much about the Cub Scout program in general.
  4. Contact Cubmaster3079@gmail.com to be assigned a den (Note in the fall, this will occur 1-2 weeks after our annual recruiting event)
  5. Purchase Cub Scout uniform
  6. Learn Bobcat requirements. This is the 1st award typically earned by Cub Scouts at any age.
  7. Prepare to start create memories that will last a lifetime.  Your involvement as a parent is important to maximize the experience.  Children relish time with their parents (although they don't typically express this.) Plan to be engaged, rather treat this as a "drop-off" activity.  Many activities benefit from your personal involvement.  For example, a requirement covers what to do in a fire.  The answer depends on what kind of structure you live (high rise, walk-up, independent home).  Agreeing on where to meet is a family-specific question.

If you are interesting in joining, and we hope you are, here is a short list of what's next.

  1. Register for Cub Scouts on the Menomonee Club website
  2. Complete Boy Scouts of America application.  Be sure to check the Boy's Life box to receive a subscription.  These forms can be given to the Cubmaster or dropped off in the Cub Scout mailslot at the Menomonee Club Drucker Center (1535 N. Dayton Street, Chicago)
  3. Review the Cub Scout Parent's Orientation Guide.  This document will explain much about the Cub Scout program in general.
  4. Contact Cubmaster3079@gmail.com to be assigned a den (Note in the fall, this will occur 1-2 weeks after our annual recruiting event)
  5. Purchase Cub Scout uniform
  6. Learn Bobcat requirements. This is the 1st award typically earned by Cub Scouts at any age.
  7. Prepare to start create memories that will last a lifetime.  Your involvement as a parent is important to maximize the experience.  Children relish time with their parents (although they don't typically express this.) Plan to be engaged, rather treat this as a "drop-off" activity.  Many activities benefit from your personal involvement.  For example, a requirement covers what to do in a fire.  The answer depends on what kind of structure you live (high rise, walk-up, independent home).  Agreeing on where to meet is a family-specific question.
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