Learning by doing is the Scouting Method and Cub Scouts love to try new things and explore the world around them. Cub Scouts plan adventures like hikes, weekend camps and water activities (like canoeing and kayaking), discovering their unique capabilities and personal progression along the way. Cub Scout youth can sleep beneath the stars, hike with gear on their backs, eat gooey marshmallows on a stick or spot an otter splashing in a stream just a few feet away.
Being part of a community and lending a helping hand is also an important part of being a Cub Scout. Whether it’s a shore clean-up, assisting at a senior’s home or helping a fellow Cub Scout with learning a new knot, it’s all about helping others and always striving to do your best.
26th Halifax meet Wednesday Nights at the St.. Andrew’s Community Centre, 3380 Barnstead Ln, Halifax, between 6:30-8:00 pm. We also hold outdoor meetings and our hikes 1-2 weeks a month. Cubs are invited to attend a number of 1 -2 night camps throughout the year as well as other special activities.
We have very specific drop off and pick up procedures so as to ensure your child’s safety:
26th Halifax is committed to ensuring an environment in which each member fell safe and included. We respect each member for who they are and their abilities. We promote the Cub Motto: DO YOUR BEST – (We expect you to do the best you can at all times. You don’t have to be perfect.)
We have genrated a basic Code of Conduct based on RESPECT:
Leaders will make sure these guidelines are followed by all Beavers.
Cubs can join at any time throughout the year:
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