Cub Scout Pack 144
(Burlington, North Carolina)
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Cub Scout Pack 144 is Organized and Chartered by Bellmont United methodist Church
in Accordance with Old North State Boy Scout Council.
Den Meetings are Held on Tuesday at 7:00 P.M.
Pack Meetings are Held on the First Tuesday of the Month at 7:00 P.M.
Meetings are Held at the Bellmont UMC
Christian Life Center in Burlington, NC
The "Cubbing Program" was introduced by the Boy Scouts of America in 1930, but its roots go all the way back to the first days of Scouting. With the early success of the Boy Scouts for boys 12 and over, there was popular demand for a "younger boy program" for the siblings of Scouts. Because of concerns that a younger boy program might have a negative effect on the fledgling Boy Scouts program, the BSA was very careful in their dealings with this "younger boy problem." (See
article on "Cubbing" June 1930)
In 1916, Sir Robert Baden-Powell introduced the "Wolf Cub" program for younger boys. This program soon found its way to numerous communities in the Americas. There were also other 'younger boy' organizations such as the "Little Lodge" of the "Woodcraft Indians," the "Boy Pioneers," and the "Boy Rangers." Some BSA Boy Scout Troops were also sponsoring unofficial "Junior Troops" and "Cadet Corps."
Finally, after 20 years of Boy Scouting in America, "Cubbing" was introduced! What has followed has been nothing short of phenomonal! Boasting over 50,000,000 members since its inception, no program in history has had the far ranging impact on American youth than Cubbing and Cub Scouting have!
District Pinewood Derby
to Adrian Allen for finishing first in this years, District Pinewood Derby!!!
David and Steven also did a great job and ,finished in the top 15! Way to go boys!
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