Scouts have Fun Day at Camp Seton

Cub Scout Chase Lowthert leads his group in tug o war at Cub Fun Day at Seton Scout Reservation.

Cub Scout Chase Lowthert leads his group in tug o war at Cub Fun Day at Seton Scout Reservation.

Climbing and archery, tug of war and s’mores – Cub Scouts and friends recently took over Camp Seton for the annual Greenwich Cub Fun Day event.

According to Scouting officials, all of the fun stations showcased what Cub Scouting is about by offering exciting activities while helping build lifelong friends, unforgettable memories and teaching important lessons in teamwork and doing your best.

Boys can join a Cub Scout Pack at any time during the year.

There are currently eight Cub Scout Packs spread all over the town of Greenwich. Many packs are associated with local elementary schools and all packs are chartered by local organizations.

Cub Scouts (who are boys in grades first through fifth) are part of packs that meet monthly as well as dens where the boys are divided into smaller groups of Cubs that are in the same grade.  Scouts attend meetings participate in fun activities, such as camping; they go on trips, earn awards and overall have a blast.

For more information about local Scouting visit GreenwichScouting.org or contact Kevin Piro at 203-869-8424 or [email protected]

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