Cubs is for boys and girls from 8 to 11 years of age.
Curlew pack meet on Monday night (Currently full) and Raven pack meet on Wednesday night from 6:30 to 8:00pm, during school term.
Some exciting outings you can do in Cubs!
Founders Day (February)
Raftarama - water activities (March)
Clean Up Australia Day
Anzac March (April)
Triple C day out (July)
Pine River Show - Chariot racing (August)
Cub Leadership Courses
Flying with Air Activities
District Pack holiday's
and many many more....
Have you been a Joey Scout, or are you new to Scouting? Either way, you can join Cub Scouts for excitement, independence, and some SERIOUS FUN!
There are SO MANY THINGS a Cub Scout can do.
Try exciting outdoor adventures like rock climbing, abseiling, camping, bushwalking, sailing, gliding and flying, canoeing, and billy-karting!
Learn traditional Scouting skills like tying knots and using a map and compass!
Play games and make friends! Learn to 'do your best' at whatever you try and help others to ‘do their best’ too!
Visit exciting places! Help with community events or environment projects!
You will also learn heaps of useful things that will help you when you move up to the older Scouting Sections, as well as throughout your entire life.
All Cub Scouts are good at and enjoy different things, but everyone gets to have a go at all the activities and you can earn heaps of cool badges to sew on your Cub Scout uniform.
First Aid Night
First aid night - with the help of Rovers we did fantastic mock emergency situations around the den giving each Six the opportunity for hands on experience and learning
It has been over a century since WW1 began and our Anzacs proudly marched off to the war. Every year there are fewer old men at the dawn service at the Shrine of Remembrance. That's not to say however that time has dimmed our memory of the sacrifices they made for all of us.
The Cubs marched down Anzac Drive in Kallangur
A night out at PCYC Rock Climbing.
More work towards Activity badges and just having fun!