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Welcome to the Adventure of Cub Scouting!

Cub Scouts have the time of their lives making new friends and learning new things in an environment designed to help them succeed. From building a Pinewood Derby® car to learning how to roast the perfect marshmallow at a family camp out, your child will LOVE being a Cub Scout. So if your child is in the kindergarten through fifth grades, or 5 to 10 years old, then it’s time to have some fun with the Cub Scouts!

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Ready to get started?
Call the Eykamp Scout Center Today at 812-423-5246 or send us an Email.

Additionally you can visit to see Packs in your area, request more info, and apply online

“Webelos” stands for “We’ll Be Loyal Scouts.” As Webelos near the end of the Cub Scout trail, it’s time for them to embrace that pledge and prepare for the next leg of the journey: Scouts BSA.

Webelos and their families should be familiar and comfortable with the youth and adult leaders of the Scouts BSA Troop, their role in the Troop and Troop activities, and feel excited about beginning this new adventure. The passage from a Pack to a Troop should be smooth, with no time lost in between. The crossover ceremony should clearly signify the transition to a new level of Scouting. It could include the presentation of the Arrow of Light badge, a Scouts BSA Handbook, and a Troop neckerchief.

Questions to ask when picking a Troop

When transitioning from Webelos in Scouts BSA, picking the right Troop is important, and below are some questions that may help you in picking the perfect Troop!

  • Does my Scout feel comfortable in this Troop?

  • When does the Troop meet? How frequently?

  • How often do you go camping?

  • Do you attend Council events?

  • What are some of your Troop’s core/signature events?

  • Is the Troop youth-led?

  • Does your Troop participate in high-adventure trips?

  • What other activities are your Scouts involved in?

  • How are activities funded?

  • Are service projects a priority?

  • At what pace do Scouts advance in rank?

  • Has the Troop achieved Journey to Excellence bronze, silver or gold status?

  • Are youth and adult leaders trained?

  • How big is the Troop? How many patrols?

  • How are Scouts with special needs welcomed?


To learn where and when Cub Scout Packs meet and are holding sign-ups, contact the following based on where you live:

Native Trails: Vanderburgh, Posey, White, Gallatin Counties and Newburgh-

Contact Greg Hager at 812-423-5246 ext. 2214

Lincoln Heritage: Warrick, Dubois, Perry, Spencer and Pike Counties-

Contact Ryan Abbott at 812-423-5246 ext. 2217

Algonkian: Gibson, Knox, Lawrence, Richland, Wabash, and Edwards Counties-

Contact Vacant at 812-423-5246

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