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Cub Scout Pack 368

Parent handbook/guide
Scouttrack advancement
Pack Resources/links
Contact your Leaders
Roundtable Info
Blue and Gold Celebration
Cubmaster Notes
Webelos Bulletin Board
Bears Bulletin Board
Wolves Bulletin Board
Tigers Bulletin Board
PALS Committee
PALS Notes
Pinewood Derby
Raingutter Regatta
Cubmobile Derby
Space Derby
Space Derby Tips
Leader Training Information
Parent handbook/guide


What Happens to a Scout?
For every 100 boys who join Scouting, records show that:
Rarely will one be brought before a juvenile court system
Two will become Eagle Scouts
Seventeen will become future Scout volunteers
Twelve will have their first contact with a church
Five will earn their church award
One will enter the Clergy
Eighteen will develop a hobby that will last through their adult life
Eight will enter a vocation that was learned through a merit badge
One will use his Scouting skills to save his own life
One will use his Scouting skills to save the life of another
Scouting's alumni record is equally impressive:
Eighty-five percent of student council presidents were Scouts
Eighty-nine percent of senior class presidents were Scouts
Eighty percent of junior class presidents were Scouts
Seventy-five percent of school publication editors were Scouts
Seventy-one percent of football captains were Scouts
Sixty-four percent of Air Force Academy Grads were Scouts
Sixty-eight percent of West Point Grads were Scouts
Seventy-two percent of Rhodes Scholars were Scouts
Eighty-five percent of FBI Agents were Scouts
Twenty-six of the first 29 Astronauts were Scouts

Pack Committee

Under construction/committee approval