Cub Scouts

 
 

Cub Scout Roundtable Leadership

Cub Committee

JoeAnn Watts

Cubmaster

Bill Merritt
HELP NEEDED!

Webelos

Lisa Evans
HELP NEEDED!

Training

Debbie Neff

2018 Cub Scout Adventure

Copper Mountain District Cub-O-Ree

 

Saturday, August 25, 2018

10:00am – 1:00pm

Check-in will begin at 9:45 am

Location:  LDS Church at

 

4080 West 12600 South, Riverton

(By the Fire Station & In-N-Out)

ALL TIGER, WOLF AND BEAR CUB SCOUTS

ARE INVITED TO ATTEND

(WEBELOS are encouraged to attend the WEBELOS Outdoor Adventure Night)

 

REGISTRATION

All scout registrations include lunch and a patch.

Early registration through August 14, $5.00 per scout

Registration August 15 - 21 $7.00 per scout

Same day registration is available for $10 per scout

Lunch and patch available for adult leaders to purchase at registration

 

Click here for the leader guide

Click here for the flyer

 

Questions? Please contact Kerstin Jones 801-505-3045

 or at copper.mountain.cub.activities@gmail.com


“Wise Tech Choices”    

The Great Salt Lake Scout Council has partnered with iKeepSafe (The Internet Keep Safe Coalition) in a pilot effort developing resources on two vital digital concepts, not included in BSA content.  The goal is to provide proactive skills to Scouts—guiding them to acquire productive, resilient digital habits and reach their maximum potential. The content developed is based on recent research and targets ages: 1st-3rd, 4th-5th, 6th-8th, and 9th-12th and includes Scout Leaders and parents.  The impact of the pilot will be measured through pre and post testing. Upon completion, the content will be shared and promoted with Utah’s two other Councils and Boys Scouts of America. 

Balance with Technology

In our 24/7 connected world, families must set guidelines to insure a healthy balance.  From the BSA website:   “Remember that life is a balance… Technology is a tool to help us. It is not there to take the place of family, friends, the Scout Law, and staying physically fit.”

       Resources will cover:

  • Understanding that life requires a healthy balance of time (responsibilities & recreation)
  • Learning how addictive behavior can hijack a person’s life
  • Recognizing the impact of a healthy balance on family relationships and friends
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Appropriate Content Choices

Youth are particularly vulnerable to the enticements of hate speech, violence and pornography. Experts confirm proactive skills are essential in recognizing and responding to negative content.

Resources will cover:

  • Recognizing that daily digital choices have consequences
  • Understanding how negative and indecent content can become a trap
  • Learning steps to avoid pornography and harmful content—staying in charge of decisions