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Cub Scouts Cub Scouts have the opportunity to see things and go places they could never imagine. They go on field trips and go camping. Want to go on a campout? Want to learn a secret code? If you're a boy in the first through fifth grades, (ages 7-10), then Cub Scouts might be for you.

Achievement is a pillar of the Scouting program, and more than ever, young people need exciting opportunities to learn, along with immediate recognition; to keep them engaged and growing.
Religious Emblems

Not sure how to earn the Religious Emblem? Click here for a step by step power point.

Advancement Reporting & Recognition Items
The Internet Advancement System is available for the Unit Advancement Chairman to regularly load the units roster, enter advancements and submit to Council, for recognition item pick up. If your unit is having trouble with this system, we have posted a Microsoft Word version of the Advancement Report . Download the form, edit, save and email or faxed to 402.431.0444 to submit, and order recognition items.
Regular reporting is important for the accuracy of the Scouts record.

STEMThere are is an exciting new development, that centers around Scouting's already developed program. As America realizes the need to build a workforce that's excited about STEM (science, technology, engineering & math), the BSA has developed the NOVA Awards program to highlight parts of the Scouting advancement and achievement offerings that already fall in-line with STEM topics. Read More

Visit Outlook Nebraska and work on your Disabilities Awareness requirements
You will be able to learn about what we do as an agency to provide employment and education opportunities for the blind and visually impaired. Click Here  to contact a representative and schedule your visit today!

How to help Webelos get ready for Boy Scouts
Arrow of LightThe highest rank in Cub Scouting is the Arrow of Light Award. Earning this rank prepares a Webelos Scout to become a Boy Scout. It is important that the Webelos and their families are prepared for Boy Scouting. Here are some things your den should be working on to help the Webelos get ready for Boy Scouting. Read More

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