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Cub, Boy and Girls scout programs are available for boys and girls. From 1st through 5th grade for cubs, 6th through 12th for Boy Scouts, and 1st through high school for girls. Boys and girls from all over the local area are welcome. No special talents required, just a desire to make new friends, learn about themselves, nature, space, camping, cooking, sports, etc.

Meetings take place on various nights and after school. There is a time to fit your schedule. Trained personnel are in attendance at all times, and your childs safety is first and foremost.

We place a high emphasis on God and Country, in that order, and expect the children to have a strong commitment from family in reinforcing this belief.

We offer a fun, exciting program with trips to museums, parks, zoos, Police stations, 1st aid squads, etc. We have gropus go to Liberty Science Center, the Statue of Liberty, Phila Zoo, baseball, football and hockey games, and so on.

Scouting is an excellent opportunity for your child to grow and learn. And you, as a parent, can also help out. By becoming and adult leader or assistant, you too will learn some pretty cool stuff to share with your child.

But the best thing about scouting.......... Quality time with your child..... How much is that worth???

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