Volume 5 Issue 12
July 1999


Trapper Trails Council

For most Cub Scout age boys, the words Water and Fun naturally go together, so this is a great theme to end a fun-filled summer of Scouting activities.

Don't forget. Any time you are around the water be sure to follow the Safe Swim Defense Plan. Remember that any time Cub Scouts are in or near water, safety must be your first concern.

Water Fun Ideas

Trapper Trails Council

A water carnival

A fishing derby

A raingutter regatta

A backyard beach party

A sea adventure pirate night

A trip to a water theme park

A swim and pecmic day at your local park

A visit to the local swimming pool

York Adams Council

For most Cub Scouts, when you say "water" they hear "fun!" So this month's theme can be just about anything dealing with water and it's sure to be a splash—I mean smash. But don't forget to follow the BSA Safe Swim Defense Plan when doing anything around water. Whenever the Cub Scouts are in or around water, safety needs to come first! Here is a list of all kinds of activities your Pack can do to make a great August Pack Meeting.

You are only limited by your imagination, so the opportunities are really limitless! And Have A Great Time!


Circle 10 Council

Choose several water activities, such as water balloon volleyball, water softball, water slide, paper cup (with holes) on the head water relay, wet sponge throw, fish pond, etc. Find a park with a large grassy area and a water source for pack meeting and family picnic.


Circle 10 Council

Hold a raingutter regatta. Look in the "Cub Scout Leader How To Book" for details.

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