Flagstaff Christian Fellowship
There are a lot of activites available these days and we both know it's easy to overload your schedule, especially if you have multiple children. If your son is between the ages of 4 and 11 may I suggest you seriously consider making Cub Scouts a priority?
My wife and I were first attracted to Cub Scouts because of its balanced program and outlook on life. Not only do we participate in sports and many other activities but we learn about responsibility. Scouting teaches responsibility in our families, with our friends, as citizens, and as caretakers of our planet. It's not just about providing activities for the boys but rather about building character. Cub Scouts is character training. In my opinion it is never too soon for character training.
I've also found it is a great avenue to spend time with your son, working together. Life's pace is too fast and before you'll know it they'll be grown and out the door. Don't miss the opportunity. Cub Scouts is a great way to make sure you don't.
Cub Scouts was started by the Boy Scouts in 1930 and is designed as a family program. We work together with you, the parent, to achieve the purposes of Cub Scouting. The 10 purposes of Cub Scouting are:
- Character Development
- Spiritual Growth
- Good Citizenship
- Sportsmanship and Fitness
- Family Understanding
- Respectful Relationships
- Personal Achievement
- Friendly Service
- Fun and Adventure
- Preparation for Boy Scouts
All of our activities are based around the above purposes and here at Pack 112 we believe that all of these should be done under the guidance of God's word. We recognize God in all that we do and thank Him for His provision.
We invite you to come visit our pack any Tuesday evening at 5:30pm. Come and get your child started on a wonderful adventure designed for you to grow closer to your boy while he grows wiser.
Our pack meetings are held at 5:30 PM, Tuesday evenings at Flagstaff Christian Fellowship, 123 S. Beaver Street.
We hope to see you there.
Pack 112 Cubmaster