Cub Scout Pack 501
420 Church Street
Dover, TN 37058
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Going Green Commitments
- Teaching the Scouts to collect cans to recycle and given them back to the church for another program to feed the pets in the community. These issues are in our books and we teach the scouts about them the best that we know about them ourselfs.
Hours of Operation5:00pm to 6:30pm
The Middle Tennessee Council of the Boy Scouts of America serves nearly 28,000 youth and adult volunteers in Middle Tennessee and Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
The mission of the Middle Tennessee Council, Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetime by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law
The vision of the Middle Tennessee Council is to foster the character development, citizenship training and physical fitness of young people through an emphasis on outdoor program experiences to prepare them to be responsible, contributing members of society over their lifetime by instilling values based upon those found in the Scout Oath and Law.
Pack 501 Cub Scouts is an organization from the Middle Tennessee Council here in STEWART COUNTY we have a group of hard working leaders who cares about your scouts and are dedicated to making sure your sons get the most out of their scouting experience, and are always looking for MORE scouts & leaders all the time to join our pack. Scouts work on rank advancements, they go on field trips, work as a team, and individually , earn awards , do fundraisers, play games, camp and just be boys all while learning and sometimes they just don't that's what's going on.
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Becoming a Better Leader
Leadership and confidence are critical to success in Scouting and life. The Middle Tennessee Council offers various training programs so you have the skills, the knowledge, and the experience it takes to help Scouts learn to make the most of their opportunities.
The training mandate will require top unit leaders – SMs, CMs, Varsity Coaches, Venturing Advisors, Skipper and Explorer Advisors – be fully “trained” for their registered position, effective 01-01-11. Please refer to the “Umbrella of Scouting” as to what constitutes a “trained leader” in each program. Click here to view "Umbrella of Scouting"
|District Training||High Adventure Training|
|Philmont||University of Scouting|
|Wood Badge||Youth Protection|
|Powder Horn||Wilderness First Aid|
Helping You Help Your Scouts
The Middle Tennessee Council wants to make the Scouting experience the best it can be for Scouts and Volunteers alike. To help make this happen, we offer a number of services and resources online.
Pack 501 Information:
Pack 501 meets on Mondays from 5:00 pm to 6:30 pm every week during August thur May except when school is closed sometime there is a exception.
Cost to join Cub Scouts are $36.00 one a year a fee (some months are pro-rated) and den dues are $10.00 a month . Uniforms are required and are extra but if help is needed we can fill out forms for the families to help you out.
During the summer months we meet 1-2 times a month and work on activities and go field trips and still learning new activities while still having FUN !!!