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Cub Scout Pack 29
(Ridgeley, West Virginia)
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What We Do

Cub Scouting means "doing." Everything in Cub Scouting is designed to have the boys doing things. Activities are used to achieve the aims of Scouting—citizenship training, character development, and personal fitness. Many of the activities happen right in the den and pack. The most important are the weekly den meetings and the monthly pack meetings.

Our Activities

Here is a list of activities that are scouts have done.

  • Hiking
  • Camping
  • Fishing
  • Swimming
  • Archery
  • Pinewood Derby
  • Raingutter Regatta (make and race boats)
  • Make various arts and crafts  
  • Tour of Cumberland Airport
  • Tour of radio station
  • Tour of newspaper office
  • Tour of Police and Fire Stations
  • Tour of Post Office
  • Father and Son Cake Bake
  • Christmas Party (with visit from Santa Claus)
  • Learn how to make emergency calls
  • Learn safety of and how to use tools
  • Learn how to take care of the environment
  • Collect food for the needy  
  • Attend Sporting Events 
  • Lots more cool stuff!

So why wouldn't you want to join our group?!

Who, What, Where

     Cub Scouting is for boys in grades 1st through 5th (or ages 7 through 10).  

    Once a month, all the boys and leaders will get together for a pack meeting.  The entire group is called a pack.  Our pack is identified by the number "29."

    The boys are put into subgroups by grade (or age).  These subgroups are called dens.  There are five dens:  Tiger Cubs, Wolf Cubs, Bear Cubs, Webelos I, and Webelos II.  Dens usually meet at least twice a month.  Often, one of the meetings will be a "field trip" (or as we call it, a "go see it!").

    Tiger Cubs are boys in the 1st grade.
    Wolf Cubs are boys in the 2nd grade.
    Bear Cubs are boys in the 3rd grade.
    Webelos I are boys in the 4th grade.
    Webelos II are boys in the 5th grade.

    For more information about any of these dens, then please click on the link to the left.

    Regardless of where a boy starts, he must first earn his Bobcat Badge.  This recognizes that the scout understands some important basics of scouting.  Please click on the link to the left for more information.


Oath, Law, and Motto

Apart from the fun and excitement of Cub Scout activities, the Scout Oath, Scout Law, and the Scout sign, handshake, motto, and salute all teach good citizenship and contribute to a boy's sense of belonging.

Cub Scout Oath

On my Honor I will do my best,
To do my duty to God and my Country
and To obey the Scout Law,
To help other people at all times,
To keep myself physically strong,
mentally awake and morally straight.

Scout Law 

A Scout is:


Cub Scout Motto 

Do Your Best