After earning the Webelos Badge, boys may work towards Cub Scouting's highest award: the Arrow of Light.
Webelos Scouts usually transition to a Boy Scout Troop during the spring of their fifth grade year.
St Bede 3686 Ironbound Road, Williamsburg, VA 23188
Pack Organization Chart
Cub Scout Packs are chartered by the local Boy Scouts of America council to a local civic or religious organization. Pack 1932 is chartered to St. Bede Catholic Church, which also sponsors Boy Scout Troop 1932. Our local council is the Colonial Virginia Council, which administers Scouting programs throughout the Hampton Roads, Virginia area. Pack 1932 is in the First Colony District, which is comprised of all Scout units in Upper York County, James City County and the City of Williamsburg.
Cub Scout Packs are made up of dens consisting of six to eight boys who are about the same age, with at least one den for each rank within Cub Scouts.
Cub Scouting happens in the den. Boys work towards the rank for their age/grade with the guidance and assistance of their den leader. They also participate in a variety of fun activities that will teach them new skills and give them the opportunity for recognition.
Dens meet about once a week; the Pack meets as a whole once a month. Den and Pack activities outside of meetings, such as campouts, hikes or visits to places of interest, occur about once a month.
Boys may join Cub Scouts at any time from Kindergarten through the fifth grades. At whatever level a boy begins, he must first earn the Bobcat badge before moving on to work towards the rank appropriate to his age. Because the requirements for each rank are geared towards the abilities and interests of boys of a particular age, boys joining after the first grade will not be able to "go back" and earn ranks intended for younger boys.