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Golden Spread Council recruiting for Cub Scouts through September

Starting Monday, through the month of September, the Golden Spread Council will invite every elementary-aged boy and girl in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles who are currently ages five to 11, to join the local Cub Scout program. (File Photo)

Starting Monday, through the month of September, the Golden Spread Council will invite every elementary-aged boy and girl in the Texas and Oklahoma Panhandles who are currently ages five to 11, to join the local Cub Scout program.

The Golden Spread Council is expecting to recruit more than 1,200 Cub Scouts during the next 45 days.

Throughout September, the Golden Spread Council will host informational meetings at neighborhood elementary schools to explain the Cub Scout program to youth and parents. The Golden Spread Council, B.S.A., is excited to help spread the word about Cub Scouting in the area.

The Council currently serves 56 communities in the 27-county council territory.

Cub Scouts is a neighborhood-centered program that combines fun with educational activities and life-long values to teach local boys and girls to be self-reliant, dependable and caring individuals.

Since 1910, the Boy Scouts of America have been providing a program to help parents teach their children how to make good decisions throughout their lives and give them confidence as they become the adult leaders of tomorrow.

“The Cub Scout program provides a forum in which parents and children spend quality time together going places, doing projects, talking, reading, and learning together” said Phil Shipley, Golden Spread Council Scout Executive. “Remember that today’s youth are tomorrow’s leaders.” “We have the opportunity to make a difference for the future of America.” “Youngsters grow up fast; give your kids a valuable gift by encouraging them to join Cub Scouting.” “The time you invest in them today will make a difference in the person they become tomorrow.”

The Golden Spread Council invites families to find out more about Cub Scouting by calling them at (806) 358-6500 or by dropping by the Scout Service Center at 401 Tascosa Road.

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