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Summertime Fun Wolf

Elective Adventure

The summertime is a great time to get together with your den or pack. The requirement for this Adventure is simple. Participate in three Cub Scout activities during the summer months. This can be at council-organized camps like day camp or resident camp, or it can be a den or pack get-together for a summertime picnic.        

To earn this Adventure as a Wolf, you participate in summer activities during the summer after you have completed the 1st grade.  If you are just now learning about this Adventure don’t worry, the requirement to earn it as a Bear Cub Scout is exactly the same. 

Requirements

Anytime during May through August participate in a total of three Cub Scout activities.
Council activity Wolf
LocationTravel
Energy 5
Supply List4
Prep Time5

Participate in an activity with your council. 

  • Provided by your local council 

Participate in a council sponsored event such as: 

  • Cub Scout Day Camp 
  • Cub Scout Residence Camp 
  • Check your local council calendar for other council sponsored Cub Scout events 
Den Activity Wolf
LocationTravel
Energy 5
Supply List4
Prep Time5

Participate in an activity with your den. 

  • Based on the activity chosen by the den 

Participate in an activity with your den such as: 

  • Barbeque with the families in your den 
  • Day hike 
  • Scavenger hunt 
  • Swimming 
  • Saturday morning workshop at local home improvement store 
  • Backyard outdoor movie night 
  • Geocaching  
Pack Activity Wolf
LocationTravel
Energy 5
Supply List4
Prep Time5

Participate in an activity with your pack. 

  • Based on the activity chosen by the pack

Participate in an activity with your pack such as: 

  • Barbeque with the families in your pack 
  • Day hike 
  • Scavenger hunt 
  • Swimming 
  • Saturday morning workshop at local home improvement store 
  • Backyard outdoor movie night 
  • Geocaching  
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Safety Moment

Prior to any activity, use the BSA SAFE Checklist to ensure the safety of all those involved.  

All participants in official BSA Scouting activities should become familiar with the Guide to Safe Scoutingand applicable program literature or manuals.   

Be aware of state or local government regulations that supersede BSA practices, policies, and guidelines.  

To assist in the safe delivery of the program you may find specific safety items that are to be considered or followed for the Adventure.  

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