Welcome to Circle Ten Cub Scouting! Follow the links to learn more about the Cub Scouting program and how you can join.
New to Cub Scouting?
Click here to find useful information for youth and parents.
Follow this link to learn more about some of the things that Cub Scouts do and find out how you can join.
Cub Scouting involves a variety of family activities
The Cub Scout program includes a wide range of group and individual activities your child will enjoy. More importantly, the activities in the Cub Scout program are carefully selected and administered - everything that Cub Scouts do contributes to their moral, physical, and intellectual development:
Sports such as baseball, soccer, and swimming--develop physical fitness, teamwork, fair play, cooperation, and good sportsmanship.
Hands-on learning experiences about art, science, music, and computers--inspire the imagination of youth and sharpen a child's interest in learning.
Projects in woodworking, leatherworking, and sculpture--teach the value of planning and patience and give youth confidence in their abilities.
Outdoor adventures such as camping, hiking, and fishing--convey an appreciation for nature's majesty and teach the importance of preserving our environment.
For additional information about Cub Scouting, or to find out how to join, click here to find a Cub Scout pack in your area.
Leaders, this link contains information that will help you deliver the very best program possible.
Summer Camping Fun
All boys entering grades 1-4 can attend a week-long day camp. Please click here for more information. Boys entering fourth and fifth grades can go to Webelos Camp at Camp James Ray in Pottsboro, Texas. New in 2018, boys and girls going into 2nd and 3rd grade can attend a Cub Scout Resident Camp in July at Camp James Ray, as well. Please click here for more information on Webelos and Cub Scout Resident Camps.
Webelos To Scout Transition
This program helps Webelos Scouts, parents, leaders, district committee members and commissioner staff members easily transition youth from the Webelos Den to a Scout Troop.
Cub Scout Cycle - currently being updated
The Cycle helps to show new parents the progression of the Cub Scout Program from K through 5th grade.
What Will Your Child's Future Hold? - currently being updated
Click here to see the most recent study conducted by Harris Interactive about the difference Scouting makes in the lives of today's youth.