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What is Cub Scouts? What do Cub Scouts do? And what’s the mission of the program?

The answer is actually pretty simple.

Cub Scouts is a program within the Boy Scouts of America that serves youth from from 5 to 11 years old. The Cub Scouts program aims to prepare youth to grow into self-reliant and dependable adults.

Cub Scouts achieve this with a lineup of hands-on activities and adventures focused on:

  • Character Development

  • Spiritual Growth

  • Good Citizenship

  • Sportsmanship and Fitness

  • Family Understanding

  • Respectful Relationships

  • Personal Achievement

  • Friendly Service

  • Fun and Adventure

  • Preparation for Boy Scouts

The mission of the Pine Burr Area Council is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law. The Pine Burr Area Council is responsible for ensuring the success of Scouting in 17 South Mississippi counties that are separated into 5 districts.

CHICKASAWHAY DISTRICT

Click HERE if your child goes to school in any of the following counties:

Covington, Jasper, Jones, Smith, and Wayne.

TALL PINE DISTRICT

Click HERE if your child goes to school in any of the following counties:

Jefferson Davis, Lamar, Marion and Pearl River.

TWIN RIVERS DISTRICT

Click HERE if your child goes to school in any of the following counties:

Forrest, Perry, and Stone.

SINGING RIVER DISTRICT

Click HERE if your child goes to school in any of the following counties:

George, Greene, and Jackson.

SPANISH TRAIL DISTRICT

Click HERE if your child goes to school in any of the following counties:

Hancock and Harrison.