Is your kid playing Angry Birds too much? Get him involved in Montville Cub Scouts.
“Your son will make new friends and have fun as we go camping, hiking and fishing,” said Greg Goldstein Cubmaster of Pack 179. “Parents and Cub Scout leaders deliver a program of fun activities and "go-see-its" which gradually teaches boys life skills including communication, self-reliance, tool skills, first aid, nutrition, citizenship, community service and working cooperatively.”
Cub Scouts is a values-based program that has been around for more than 80 years. With the motto "Do Your Best!" Cub Scouts emphasizes character development.
“We participate in community service projects including Montville Township cleanups and sing holiday songs to residents at The Chelsea assisted living facility,” said Goldstein. “We also learn how to use tools and have fun building and racing raingutter regatta sailboats, pinewood derby cars and cubmobiles and building and launching model rockets.”
They are currently registering boys in Grades 1 - 5 for the 2013-14 year and you can join any pack that your like:
Pack 66 mostly gets boys from William Mason School. Contact David McKillips at 646-468-6573 or DAVID_MCKILLIPS@MSN.COM.
Pack 68 mostly gets boys from Cedar Hill School. Contact Lisa Krase at LKRASE@OPTONLINE.NET.
Pack 179 mostly gets boys from Woodmont, Hilldale and Valley View Schools. Contact Greg Goldstein at GOLDSGR@YAHOO.COM, see our website at www.montvillepack179.com, like our parent Facebook page at Cub Scouts Pack 179 (Montville).