The Bear Bulletin!


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Our Current Adventure: Fellowship and Duty to God

**This adventure is home-based and will be completed individually with family while on Winter-Break. We will not be meeting during the holiday. **

Takeaways for Cub Scouts in this Adventure:

  • Showing our duty to God by participating in service projects designed to help a neighbor community organization
  • Learning about individuals who have demonstrated fellowship, and creating plans to help us develop characteristics that will benefit our community.
  • Worshiping together to strengthen our faith in God.
  • A Scout is reverent.

This adventure is found on pages 58-69 in your scout's handbook.

*Please remember to update CubTrails when completed.*

Fantastic Job at the Carnival!!

I just wanted to say thank you to everyone who came, participated, and helped make our carnival a great success - and that it was!!! Our Bear Scouts did a fantastic job with everything from planning to executing, and I could not be any prouder! Learning to help and encourage others is very important part of being a Cub Scout - and you Scouts ROCKED it! Way to Go Bears!!!



  • Read through the exercises in the Adult Guide in the front of your Scout's book and update CubTrails that you and your Scout have discussed this booklet in the drop down menu under Bear Rank.
  • Each Scout needs to complete their Cyber Chip Requirements @: then update CubTrails in the drop down menu under Bear Rank.
  • Parents: Please complete the Youth Protection Training at: Just create an account and complete YPT Training online. It is free of cost, and once complete, it is valid for 2 years. Thank you!

Click this button to update your CubTrails!

Cub-O 2016!!

It’s fast, exciting, and FUN. And it’s all Cub Scouts. The locations of 40-50 orange and white orienteering flags are marked on the map and you and your team will go hiking in the woods to find them – or most of them! Each flag has a hole punch that you use to mark your scorecard. Flags are worth 5, 10, 15, 20, or 30 points, depending on how hard they are to find. Your Den team will get a Cub-O competition map 20 minutes before the race starts. Then you plan a hiking strategy to find the most flags and score the most points in just 2.5 hours! You’ll stay warm ‘cause you’ll stay moving!

**Our Den would like to sign up together and go together if possible! We need to have the money collected and mailed by Christmas Eve. Please let me know ASAP if you and your cub scout would like to go! Please follow the link below for more info!

Happy Birthday!!

  • Hayden - December 9th
  • Charles - December 23rd
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Pinewood Derby

Our Pack Pinewood Derby is right around the corner in February! Cub Scouts received a car kit at the December Pack Meeting! There are several book resources on how-to's and secrets and you can find decals and tools at places like the Scout Shop, Michael's and Hobby Lobby. Please let me know if you have any questions - I am here to help!

Upcoming Events:

Cub-O 2016

Saturday, Jan. 2nd 2016 at 9am

Boy Scout Road

Bridgeport, TX

Cub-O is an orienteering event designed for everyone to enjoy: dens that compete hard, dens that want an easy hike in the woods, and dens that want to teach their boys more about problem solving and map reading. All Tigers, Cub Scouts, Webelos, leaders, and parents are invited. Separate awards for each age group. CUB-O is the most popular Orienteering event in the USA! Over 1000 Cub Scouts, leaders, and parents participated in CUB-O every year since 1999!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Home-Based Adventure: Fellowship and Duty to God

Tuesday, Dec. 15th, 9am to Sunday, Jan. 3rd 2016 at 7:30pm

This is an online event.

Remember to complete this adventure with your family during the school holiday break! Please update that it is completed in CubTrails when finished!

Bear Claws: Meeting 1

Monday, Jan. 4th 2016 at 6:30pm

606 Mockingbird Lane

Weatherford, TX

Come join us as we begin our Bear Claws adventure!

In this adventure we learn the safe way to use our pocketknives, how to care for them, and we will be working towards earning our Whittling Chip! This chip allows us to carry pocket knives to our Cub Scout events!

RSVPs are enabled for this event.

Den Leader Info

Got a question? Here's how to reach me:

Rachael Black: