Cub Scout Uniform
Uniforms help to create a sense of belonging. They symbolize character development, citizenship training, and personal fitness. They also show off a scout’s awards and advancements!
When to Wear the Uniform
At Pack 100, our scouts wear uniform shirts and neckerchiefs to all Pack and Den meetings and events. We expect shirts to be tucked in. Uniform hats and belts are optional–but the belts show off the belt slides they have earned. (Uniform shorts, pants, and socks are less common in our pack.)
Uniforms can be purchased at the scout shop in the Crater Lake Council office, 3039 Hanley Road, Central Point OR.
All those patches!
Parents often ask, “Where do all the patches go?”
The second page of the uniform inspection sheets for Tiger, Wolf and Bears and Webelos Scout covers basic patch and pin placement. For speciality pins and patches one must reference the Guide to Awards and Insignia. For more information on uniforms, click here.
Simple hint: we recommend the product “Badge Magic,” which sticks patches to uniforms without sewing.