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The requirement for any boy to join the Cubscouts are that he is between first (1) and fifth (5) grade and that an official BSA registration be completed and signed by parent or guardian and the Cubmaster.
program is designed as family and home-centered. Boys work on requirements
of their ranks with their parents and Cubscout leaders. The ranks are Tiger,
Bobcat, Wolf, Bear and Webelos. The fourth and fifth grade boys are called
Webelos and participate in more advanced activities that begin to prepare
them to become Boy Scouts. Camping is done by the fifth grade Cub scouts only.
A special Court of Honor is held in the spring for for graduating Webelos to "Cross the Bridge" into Troop 660.
The Pack enjoys the excitement and anticipation of building and racing their wooden race cars at the annual Pinewood Derby in January and honoring the accomplishments of the scouts at the Blue and Gold dinner in February.
Regular events like a frisby golf picnic, a field trip to a hockey game, a pumpkin carving work shop, a hike around Burke Lake, a Home Depot work shop, and a pizza/putt-putt party keep things busy and exciting throughout the year.
- Recognition of Scouting -
Knox Church sponsors several Scouting groups and reaffirms its commitment to scouting by annual recharter. The annual Scout Sunday Worship Service provides a demonstration for the extensive involvement of scouting, past and present, within the congregation.
Shown above: Scout Matthew Trotti serves as
Worship Leader while the color bearers lead the procession of scouts and adult
leaders into the Sanctuary.
The requirements for any young man or woman to join the crew are that they be between fourteen (14) (and have completed the eighth grade) and twenty (20) years old and that an official BSA registration be completed and signed by the young man or woman and the Venture Advisor.
Venturing's purpose is to
provide positive experiences to help young people mature and to prepare them
to become responsible and caring adults. What a Venturing Crew does is limited
only by the imagination and involvement of the adult and youth leaders and
members of the crew: sail the Caribbean, climb a mountain, raft or kayak rivers,
or pursue the Ranger of Silver Award.
is sponsored by Knox Presbyterian Church, located at 7416 Arlington Blvd, Falls Church, VA. Troop 660 meets every Monday, from 7:15 to 8:30 pm. Troop 660 belongs to the George Mason District of the National Capital Area Council. Membership in the troop is open to all boys regardless of where they live or what their church affiliation is.
The requirement for any boy to join the Boy Scouts are that he is between eleven (11) (or completed the fifth grade) and seventeen (17) years old and that an official BSA registration be completed and signed by parent or guardian and the Scoutmaster.
The program is designed to
achieve the aims of Scouting of instilling within the youth desirable qualities
of character, to train them in the responsibilities of participating citizenship,
and to help develop their personal fitness. This is done through a vigorous
outdoor program and peer group leadership with the counsel of an adult Scoutmaster.
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Boy Scout, or Cub Scout.
660 and Scout Troop 660 Calendar is available at every Crew and Troop meeting
and from Asst. Scoutmaster Mike Ennis.