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Greater Alabama Council Cub Scouts invite youth for fun, adventure

Special to the Enquirer 

The local Cub Scouts have a message for Hartselle and Morgan County youth: We want you!  

Cub Scout sign-up nights are taking place throughout Hartselle and Morgan County. 

Cub Scouting is for youth in kindergarten through fifth grades. The program combines outdoor activities, sports, academics and more in a fun and exciting program that helps families teach ideals such as honesty, good citizenship and respect,” according to the organization. 

At the sign-up night, youth will have an opportunity to meet other Scouts and interested youth and participate in a game. Parents can learn more about the local unit’s activities and how Scouting can benefit their child. 

For more information, contact district director Vicki Rosengarten at 256-272-3523 or vicki.rosengarten@scouting.org. 

Scouting in the Greater Alabama Council began more than 100 years ago. Scouting became synonymous with camping, hiking and outdoor fun and adventure using the outdoor educational programs of Scouting to teach personal responsibility, citizenship, character development, achievement of specific goals, service to others and learning about the outdoors – all based on the values found in the Scout Oath and Law.  

The Greater Alabama Council serves more than 25,000 youth and has five council camps.  

For more information, visit www.beascout.org. 

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