We NEED you!  Our program is not possible without volunteers!  Parents/Guardians, please consider Volunteering to assist in some capacity.

To volunteer, please contact the Cubmaster at AWendland@verizon.net or visit the Pack Leadership page for more information.

Cub Scout's is piloting the Lion program for kindergarten-age boys.  As a Lion, your kindergartner will make friends, laugh loud, gain confidence, discover nature, and most of all…have fun! He’ll experience the Scouting concepts of character development, leadership, citizenship, and personal fitness through engaging and exciting adventures!! Your kindergartener will have a blast exploring the world around him in ways that fuel his imagination and creativity. 

No matter what age or grade a boy joins Cub Scouting, he must earn his Bobcat badge before he can advance to the rank of Tiger, Wolf, Bear or Webelos. The Bobcat requirements include demonstrating his understanding of Scouting's core values and being able to recite the Cub Scout Promise, Law of the Pack and Motto. Additionally he must be able to demonstrate the Cub Scout sign, Handshake and Salute.

The Tiger cub (age 7/ First grade). 


During this year of Cub Scouts, the youth begin to explore the world around them and how people, places, and things work together. 

The Wolf rank is for boys who have completed the first grade or who are 8 years old.

To earn the Wolf Badge a boy must pass 12 achievements involving simple physical and mental skills. His parent or guardian approves each achievement by signing his book. After he has earned the Wolf Badge a boy is encouraged to work on the Wolf electives until he completes the second grade, or turns 9 years old.

The Bear rank is for boys who have completed the second grade or are 9 years old. There are 24 Bear achievements in four categories and boys must complete 12 of these to earn the Bear Badge. When the boy has earned the Bear Badge he may work on electives. The elective projects a Cub Scout can work on are aimed at kindling his interest in new hobbies as well as teaching him new skills that will be useful in his later years.

Webelos dens are for boys who have completed third grade or are age 10. The Webelos den program is different from the Cub Scout den program as instead of being based on a monthly theme, the Webelos program is based on one of twenty Webelos activities. These activities are broken into five categories with four activities in each category. In addition to earning the individual activity pins a scout can earn compass points(East, West, North and South) which can be earned after earning seven activity pins.

The pinnacle of Cub Scouting is the Arrow of Light Award. The requirements for this badge include developing outdoor skills, gaining an understanding of the values of scouting and preparing to become a Boy Scout. The Arrow of Light is the only award presented at an annual Narragansett Council ceremony and is one of the only two Cub Scout badges (the other is the religious award emblem) that can be worn on a Boy Scout uniform.

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All scouts & adults participating in ANY activity are REQUIRED to provide updated Medical Forms Annually!


Medical forms must be updated annually and are required for ALL participants, including scouts, adult leaders, parents, volunteers or anyone that will participate in ANY outing.


Adults are also required to complete the BSA Adult Application form.


To access these forms, please click the appropriate link below.

Forms & Documents

Providence Bruins Order Form
P Bruins Order Form.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [998.8 KB]

Contact Us Today!

E-mail the Cubmaster directly at greg_gilman@hotmail.com