Cub Scout Day Camp Registration

Only 15 days left till registrations are due. Get your Cub Scouts registered by April 15th to receive a $10 discount – Cost is $45 per scout till April 15th, late registration is $55 per scout. We need 1 Adult leader per day for every 3 boys registered. Little Brother’s and Sister’s are welcome to come hang out in the Tot Lot (must be potty trained). Big Sister’s and Brother’s 14 and older can help out as Camp Aide’s.

Return registration and payment to the Scout office. You may also bring them to Round Table April 8th.

Dates are June 9th – June 11th for Wolves & Bears
June 12th -June 14th for Webelos
June 13th for Tigers

See Cub Scout Blog page for downloadable forms

2014 Bugs Eye View – Cub Scout Day Camp Kick Off

The Cub Scout Day Camp Committee will be kicking off  Cub Day Camp 2014 on January 25th, 2014 at Medicine River Scout Center, Central Ave. West (just before the Sun River Bridge), 10 am to 2 pm.

This is for Pack Day Camp Coordinators who will learn about all the fun we have planned for Camp and how to sign up and help make this years Camp the best one yet.

The Pack Day Camp Coordinators will then take all the fun and excitement back to their packs and help prepare the leaders and parents to successfully spend time June 9th- 11th with their Wolves/Bears and June 12th-14th with their Webelo’s, a Parent/Tiger day is planned for New Tigers/and their Parents on June 13th. If you have any questions please Contact me Glenda at 307-272-7105

We look forward to seeing someone from each Pack.

Pinewood Derby Cars

pic 1162Many of our Packs are planning their pinewood derby races and the boys are excited to design and build them. To many of the parents this can be very overwhelming as they don’t have all the sophisticated tools to cut them out. So how can you as the pack help your boys from Tigers to Webelos if your pack doesn’t have the resources?

How about having a car cut-out night. Where you ask? Check out Home Depot. They have the tools and know how, they do all kinds of demonstrations through out the year and like to help support their communities. So that they can best help each boy, it is best if  each Pack  work with the Home Depot Manager, Wayne. Stop in and talk to him about a date and time that will work for your Pack.

New District Cub Scout Blog

The District has launched a new Blog page Just for cub scout leaders and families.

We will be sharing news, events and other great stuff that pertains to Cub Scouting from the District Committee and would love participation from the All the Packs as well.  If any of your packs have someone who would like to Blog your fun and successful events, den mtgs. pack activities, joint pack activities…… get in touch with us so we can get them added. 

Cub Scout Day Camp Design Contest
Happy Cub Scout

Calling All Cub Scouts help create  the design for the 2014 Lewis & Clark Cub Scout Day Camp Patch/Logo

2014 Theme is “A Bugs Eye View”. Camp will be held June 9th – June 11th for Wolves & Bears, June 12th – June 14th for Webelos, and June 13th for Tigers & Partners.

The winning design will be featured on the 2014 Patch and on the Camp T-Shirts.

Contest Rules
Art Supplies

Open to All Current Lewis & Clark District Cub Scouts

Using the Theme “A Bugs Eye View” Create your Design on an 8 1/2 x 11 Sheet of paper, using your favorite art supplies . Have fun and  use Your Imagination.

Once completed Put your Name, Address, Rank, and Pack # On the Back or your Design, Place in an Envelope Marked “Day Camp Patch Design”

Mail or drop off your winning design in the envelope marked “Day Camp Patch Design” to the Montana Council BSA office located at 820 17th Ave. S., Great Falls, MT 59405 by Monday December 2nd, 2013.

Winner will be announced in January 2014.

Have Questions? Contact Glenda Burton 952-1426 or 307-272-7105

Note to Leaders – This can be incorporated into

Tigers: Elective 15 Our Colorful World
Wolves: Elective 12 Be An Artist
Bears:Elective 9 Art
Webelos: Artist Pin Requirements Art Belt Loop & Pin

Contest Blog Handout

Summer Fun in the Winter

The Great Falls Park & Recreation and Morony Natatorium are offering Swim Lessons

SatSwimming Belt Loopurday’s Feb. 25-March 31, 2012 9:00 am and 10:00 am – Cost $25 for 6 weeks of lessons, there is a $5 discount for the second child registered. Must be at least 5 years of age. – Contact the Recreation Office @ 771.1265 located at 1700 River Drive North, Great Falls, MT 59401Aquanaut Activity Badge

This is a great way for Webelos to work towards their Aquanaut Pin or for All Cub Scouts to earn their Swimming Belt Loop

Swimming Merit BadgeBoy Scout’s this is excellent time to work on your Swimming Merit Badge

Other Classes offered at the Natatorium;

Canoe Class – March 2012 – 6 Week Course Thurs or Fri nights, Cost: $50 per person or $90 per team (2). Space is limited for more information call 771-1265

Kayaking Paddle & Roll Classes: Single session classes focus on the roll, also include forward, reveres e & turning strokes. Classes January thru May 2012.  1st & 3rd Tues. of each Month. 7:00pm – 9:30pm, Cost: $40 per Class (2 & 1/2 hours) – for more information call 453-2841

Kayaking Class: Basic instruction on Kayaking in a 4 week course. Cost:$95 Call 453-2841 for more information Ask for Chris.

The Natatorium is Located at 111 12th Street No. – 452-3733 –

Open Swim – The pool is open to the general public of all ages. Life jackets are available for those who need them. Children under 42 inches need to be accompanied by an adult in the pool.

Monday., Wednesday, & Thursday. – 1:00 -3:00 pm
Friday 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Saturday 1:00 – 5:00 pm
Schedule subject to change, never hurts to call ahead.
Fees: $1.50 – ages 3-17
$2.50 – 18 and older Children under 2 years swim free with a paying adult.

Mark your calenders now for June 12 – 14, 2012

What’s so important about June 12-14th?  Well the L&C District Cub Day Camp @ the Medicine River Scout Center, of course!

This years Cub Day Camp theme is  Space Cowboys and  is in need of your help to make it the most fun camp to date. Act now to secure your choice of fun ways to participate with your son/grandson/nephew or maybe even little brother. Ways to help:

  • Master Of Ceremonies – In charge of the opening and closing ceremonies each day. – OA Member or Other Adult
  • Rally Master – Gets the boys excited at opening and closing ceremony each day – OA Member Or Other Adult
  • In order for camp to be successful each pack is required to provide one parent/volunteer for every three boys registered for camp. A Tot Lot is provided for siblings not participating as a camper (must be potty trained)
  • You the Volunteer can choose to be a:
  • Walk Around Den Leader – there are 2 leaders with each den that walk with them from program station to station, help them develop a den name & song/cheer , decorate den flag, keep attendance, ect. (Training provided prior to camp – see below for dates)
  • Tot Lot – Leader/Helper
  • Program Leaders– Teach Program Areas (Training provide prior to camp see dates below & Materials will be provided by camp staff)
    • Knots
    • Knives
    • PE – Obstacle Course
    • Hikes – 2 – 3 leaders
    • Skits
    • Game
    • Citizenship
    • Leather
    • Readyman
    • BB Guns  – Range Master Plus 2 additional leaders
    • Archery – Range Master Plus 2 additional leaders
    • Geology
    • Astronomy
    • Conservation
    •  Rockets (Water)
    • Tools
    • Fishing
    • Game
    •  Leather
  • Camp Aids – Scouts age 14+ or 1st Class Scouts – Help where needed, keep water coolers full, empty trash, assist Walk Around Leader/Program Leaders

There will be two training dates for Both Walk Around Leaders and Program Leaders at the Medicine River Scout Center, Youth Protection Training will also be available all 4 days

Walk Around Leaders – Thurs. May 3rd @ 6:30 pm & Sat. May 12 @ 10 am

Program Leaders – Sat. May 5th @ 10 am & Thurs. May 10th 6:30 pm

Camp Cost this  includes – T-shirt, 2 snacks each day,  all materials for programs,  camp patch, must bring own sack lunch each day.

  • $50 for Cub Scouts
  • $20 for Tiger Scouts – Thurs. Only, with Adult Partner
  • $10 for Siblings in Tot Lot
  • All applications received by Mon. April 16th receive a $5 discount – applications will be available Feb. 2012
  • Volunteers No Fee – Must attend trainings & Youth Protection Training if not already completed.

Questions, comments or to let us know how you’d like to help contact Cathy Karona, 788-1016,

Cub Scout Day Camp 2012

2012 Space Cowboys

Wanted: Any and All Volunteers! (Parents, Grandparents, Aunts, Uncles, Big Sisters & Brothers, etc.)

We are planning for the 2012 Lewis & Clark District Cub Scout Day Camp

When: Tues June 12th through Thurs June 14th, 2012

Where: Medicine River Scout Center.

Our Theme this year is Space Cowboys.

Are you a graphics person? Give us your design ideas for the shirt and patch.

Want to help develop the programs? Got a great idea? We want to hear about it.

Good at getting donations? We need all kinds from snacks to supplies.

We also needs volunteers to help prepare camp, set up and tear down. We always need Walk Around Leaders, Program Leaders, Camp Aides, etc.

We provide a Tot Lot for children of volunteers who aren’t old enough to be in Scouts and must be potty trained. They get to participate in some of the activities and have fun of their own.

The Committee meets once per month until about March, then more frequently the closer to camp. We currently meet the 1st Tues. of the Month during District Roundtable, and communicate through email as well.

If you have questions or would like to help, give Glenda Burton a holler at 952-1426.

More detailed post to follow later this week.

Tiger Fun Day – Oct. 22nd

Ride on over to Tiger Fun Days with your 1st Grade boy and enjoy a fun filled morning with Cowboy Themed Crafts, Games & Snacks. Know a boy in your class who’d like to have some fun, invite him and his adult partner to join you. Fun will be had by all!

Tiger Cub Scout Fun Day

Giddy Up Cowboy!!!

WHO:      1st Grade Boys and Adult Partner

WHAT:  Crafts, Games, Snack, Songs

WHEN:  Saturday, October 22, 2011

9:00 am to 12:00 pm

WHERE:  Faith Lutheran Church

3125 5th Ave S

COST:     $5.00 for Tiger Cub and Partner (Pay @ the door)

 The Boys Will Receive a Special Participation Patch!

  For Questions Please Contact: Thelma Allison 799-8093

Cub Scout Leader Pow-Wow

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Finally, after a long dry spell, we are going to have Cub Leader Pow Wows in Montana !
The First will be held Sat. Oct. 15th in Billings and the second will be held Sat. Oct. 22nd in Missoula.

What is a Cub Scout Leader Pow Wow? Well, let me tell you! It is when you get leaders from an area together to exchange ideas and resources between each other. Many different topics and ideas can be exchanged. In this instance, the Montana Cub Scout Committee made up of Cub Scout Leaders from arround the Big Sky State have organzied 2 separate Pow Wow each covering 7 topics.

Both Pow-Wows will feature Cub Scout Advancements.  Other sessions will be

  • neckerchief slides
  • belt loops and pins
  • skits & puppets
  • communications for Cub Scout Leaders
  • Games
  • Sports and Scholarship Belt Loops
  • General Crafts; Skits/Songs/Cheers, and
  • Webelos to Scout Transition

Particular sessions will depend on the location and the presenters, so check out the flyers for the one you would like to attend.

Contact and registration informaton can be found on the attached flyers. Please share the flyers with your Leaders and Parents. The cost is only $10 for the materials you will receive, along with a jump drive with all the information and additional helps. Both sessions are BYOBBL (Bring Your Own Brown Bag Lunch).

Billings Pow Wow Flyer