Remember your scout can work on Wolf Electives (Blue pages) at home thru the summer and the scout year. Most Wolf Achievements (Gold pages) will be done in our Den meetings starting in September. Some Wolf Achievement Requirements need to be completed at home, please complete by the first week in February.
Please make time to work on the home requirements and sign your Scout's
book when completed.
Scouting can be both fun and educational, with just a little effort each week!
We will have a Den Chart on display at each meeting starting in September to show the Den's progress.
Remember: There are no performance requirements for a Cub Scout boy. Simply participating and doing one's best in the activity constitutes completion.
Pack 373 Activity Schedule Page.
If a Cub Scout has completed the first grade (or is 8 years old)
he may begin working on his Wolf achievements to earn the rank of Wolf
During their work at home and in the den, they progress
Upon completion of the achievements, he is awarded the Wolf badge,
and may continue to work on Wolf electives
You may also choose to earn the
WORLD CONSERVATION AWARD program.
In the Last week in May Wolf Scouts are promoted to the Bear Den and start working on the Bear Rank.
A great way to start the Bear Rank is to attend Scout Expo.
As a Wolf Scout or Bear Scout another BSA Elective program is the Religious rewards program.
Save these Saturdays (and Sundays) for Activities, Schedule
Pack 373 Cub Scout TigerBobcat WolfBear Webelos Boy Scouts
Pack 373 Picture Gallery Activity Schedule