Pack 154 Cheers on the Somerset Patriots During Summer Scout Night

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Credits: Pack 154 Cubmaster
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Credits: Pack 154 Cubmaster

BRIDGEWATER, NJ - Cub Scout Pack 154 of Pluckemin/Bridgewater participated in the Somerset Patriots Scout Night July 23 as one of its three summer events. 

The scouts participated in the pre-game parade around the outfield, and proudly displayed their pack banner and flags during the National Anthem. After the parade the scouts enjoyed the game with their family and friends. 

Other summer events scouts participated in were a pack picnic at Duke Island Park, and a rain gutter regatta race and pool party.

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Cub Scouts is a values-based program that has been thrilling boys aged 6 to 11 for over 100 years.  Cub scout leaders and parents deliver a program of fun activities which gradually teach boys life skills such as communication, self-reliance, tool skills, first aid, nutrition, citizenship, community service and working cooperatively.

For more information on scouting, visit www.beascout.org or contact Pack 154 at contactp154@p154.org.

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