We asked Mr. and Mrs. Letersky to tell us about Cub Scout Pack 116.
Can you please provide a summary of what it means to be a part of the Cub Scout Pack 116?
“Being a Cub Scout means you have the strength of the entire Pack. Scouting incorporates individual achievements, personal growth, charitable activities, all encompassed in an organization that explores a wide range of activities from learning, working as a team, and bettering your community all while having fun and making lifelong memories!”
What are the goals for this program?
“The basic goal of the Cub Scout program is to mirror and extend many of the values taught at SJA each and every day. The Cub Scout Oath and Law reflect the values and principles recited in the SJA Honor Code. The Pack draws inspiration and guidance from Fr. Barton throughout the year. It is also our goal to continue the Pack’s growth as we have done over the last several years. Our growth has made us one of the largest Packs in our District. Our solid program has attracted boys from other schools, who have joined our Pack, because of the strong and rewarding benefits our program has to offer.” Read More