Cubcast is an audio podcast featuring a variety of how-to and information topics for Cub Scout leaders and parents.
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Sat, 03/01/2014 - 4:04am
Doesn’t it feel good when someone acknowledges or notices something you’ve done? It’s ok! Admit it! It does feel good to get that “pat on the back.” So when that parent sets up the chairs or that volunteer builds a set for the pack skits, go ahead – express that gratitude! How do you go about doing that, you ask? Just click any of the buttons below as Sara Seaborne, a 40-year volunteer with Hoosier Trails Council in Bloomington, Indiana, shares her expertise, not only in some fun ways to show your appreciation, but also why it’s so important to do so.
Sat, 02/01/2014 - 4:04am
February 8th is the BSA’s birthday and there are usually lots of ways to celebrate: pinewood derbies, rain gutter regattas and other events that, well, let’s be honest, take a whole lot of time and energy to make happen. Joining us this month to share his secrets on how to make it a whole lot easier to plan a big event is Rodney Beckwith, Cubmaster for Pack 315 in Pinckney, Michigan. How does he do it? Click any of the buttons below to learn more.
Wed, 01/01/2014 - 4:04am
Did you know MyScouting Tools has been available for over a year now? It’s ok if you didn’t – most people don’t. And that’s exactly the reason why we thought we should have IT Change Management Specialist, Alma Redmond, join us this month. Alma is responsible for all communication pertaining to this “new” tool and will share with everything you need to know to help make it a useful tool for you.
Sat, 11/30/2013 - 9:30pm
Whether it is a school, church, or fraternal organization, we’re sure your chartered organization is planning some kind of event or two for the holidays. Maybe it’s a food or clothing drive or maybe it’s a spaghetti dinner fundraiser. Whatever is it, your Cub Scout pack can probably help. Cub Scout program trainer Linda Goff of Oakridge, Tennessee, joins us for an in-depth discussion on not only how your Cub Scouts can help, but, more importantly, why they should and the benefits to all involved.