Why Cub Scouting?

Cub Scouting is a well rounded program, positively affecting every area of a Scout’s life.

Appreciating Others

Appreciating Others

Cub Scouting encourages Scouts to achieve a deeper appreciation of others.

Service

Early in their Scouting experience, Scouts learn the value of serving others.
Important Individuals

Individuals

Every scout is important, not only to the Pack, but also for themselves.

Important Themselves

Cub Scouting provides Scouts with a sense that they are important as individuals. The Scouting family cares about them.
Success!

Responsibility

Cub Scouting promotes personal responsibility and high self-esteem.

High Self-Esteem

As a result, when hard decisions have to be made, a Scout can look at themself in the mirror and be proud.

What is Cub Scouting?

You and your son are beginning on a trail of fun and adventure that will challenge him and allow you to share experiences that you probably would not otherwise have. He may even become an Eagle Scout!

The Den

As a Cub Scout, your child joins a group of Scouts their own age called a “Den”. With their Den, your child builds confidence, self-esteem, and earns recognition. They also gain a sense of personal achievement from the new skills they learn.

The Den

Dens consist of between six and eight co-ed Scouts with one or two parents who are the Den Leaders. Most Dens meet once a week. Den meetings have games, crafts, songs, ceremonies and a lot of FUN!

The Pack

All of the Dens come together once a month to form a Pack, led by a Cub Master. These meetings are a time for Scouts to receive recognition for their accomplishments, and have fun with the entire family.

The Pack

The Pack also holds several special activities each year including campouts, Pinewood Derby, banquets, parties, outings, community service events, and more!

Pack Committee

Do you have great memories from your scouting experiences that you want to share with 931? Then the Pack Committee is the place for you!

Pack Committee

The Pack Committee runs the Pack. Parents meet once a month to plan Pack activities, advancement, fundraising, leader training, and community involvement. All parents are encouraged to attend.

Den Placement & Advancement

The Pack places your child in a Den with Scouts that are in the same grade, gender and/or the same age as your child.

Each Den Leader uses the specific rank handbook to guide their Den meeting.

Each handbook contains the requirements to be completed at home as well as at Den meetings. Parental involvement is essential in successful participation in Cub Scouts.

You and your son are beginning on a trail of fun and adventure that will challenge him and allow you to share experiences that you probably would not otherwise have. He may even become an Eagle Scout!

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Get to know some friendly faces.

Megan ZollingerCubmaster
Megan is a dedicated volunteer with Scouts in Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts and Girl Scouts!  She is the leader of our Pack meetings and our go-to person for the Pack!
Vicki PopeChartered Organization Representative
Vicki is a member of Justin United Methodist Church and a parent veteran of Pack 931. Her son is currently a member of Troop 931.

We are Located in the Heart of Justin, Texas.