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Perham Cub Scout enrollment for all kids is Sept. 13

The Sept. 13 meeting will provide information on meeting times, program cost, uniform, activities and camps. A parent is required to attend in order to complete the youth application.

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2021 Perham Cub Scouts smile with the helicopter that dropped their eggs at Arvig Park.
Perham Focus file photo
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PERHAM — Cub Scout Pack 321, chartered by the Perham Rotary Club, will be accepting kids into their program during their fall sign-up meeting on Tuesday, Sept. 13 at the Perham Center for the Arts (former St. Stan's Church) at 101 5th St. NE, beginning at 6:30 p.m.

Cub Scouting is a neighborhood-centered program designed for youth in grades K-5. It combines fun with educational activities and teaches youth to be self-reliant, dependable and caring individuals.

This year’s join night theme is “Flying high-hooked on Scouting.” At the sign-up night, boys and girls will be given information on an “EGG DROP.” Instead of packing an egg and dropping it from a building or ladder, Cub Scouts will have their egg dropped from a helicopter circling high overhead near the Perham Arvig Park softball fields. As a special incentive, Cub Scouts who bring a friend and new members will both receive a fishing rod and reel.

The Sept. 13 meeting will provide information on meeting times, program cost, uniform, activities and camps. A parent is required to attend in order to complete the youth application. Youth do not need to have prior Cub Scout involvement. Additional information is available by calling Gordy at 317-946-7007.

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