The Alapaha Area Council of the Boy Scouts of America is scheduling signups throughout the area during the next couple weeks.
Cub Scouting combines fun with educational activities and lifelong values. It also helps parents to help their boys strengthen character, develop good citizenship, and enhance both mental and physical fitness. In addition, the program provides boys with positive peer groups and tools to shape their future.
In Cub Scouting, boys learn ideals like honesty, bravery, and respect. These values help boys make constructive decisions throughout their lifetimes and give them the confidence they need to grow and develop.
Cub Scout Packs throughout South Georgia will host a roundup, where boys and their parents can find out more about Scouting. Listed below is when representatives from the Cub Scouts will be at your school. All parent meetings begin at 7 p.m., unless otherwise noted. If you need any additional information, please contact the Scout Service Center at 229-242-2331.
Aug. 12, Cook County Elementary School, Southland School
Aug. 17, Moulton Branch Elementary, Clinch County Elementary, Quitman Elementary
Aug. 18, St. Johns School
Aug. 19, Berrien County Elementary
Aug. 24, West Gordon Elementary, Hahira Elementary, Sallas Mahone Elementary,
Aug. 25, Valwood School
Aug. 26, Lanier County Elementary, Parker Mathis Elementary
Aug. 31, Dewar Elementary, North Brooks Elementary (Brooks County)
Sept. 2, S.L. Mason Elementary, Lake Park Elementary, Pine Grove Elementary
Sept. 9, Clyattville Elementary, 6 p.m.
Sept. 9, Lake Park Elementary
Sept. 14, Pearson Elementary (Atkinson County)
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