Cub Scouting From a Distance

Masks and Vaccine Mandates

There is currently a state wide mask mandate in place for public areas, regardless of vaccination status.  Be sure to keep up to date on the latest announcements regarding when people are required to wear a mask.  

King County has also issued a mandate requiring certain venues to check for proof of vaccination in order to allow entry.  If you are in King County and meeting inside, make sure you check with the owner of your meeting place to see if they will require you to show proof of vaccination.  

Vaccines

Vaccines will be essential in helping us safely put the outing back in scouting.  Everyone ages 12 and older are approved to get the vaccine now, and kids under the age of 12 should be approved to get their vaccines soon!  To get schedule a vaccine appointment, you can call your local pharmacy, your doctor, or use these links:

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This is a safe, fun way to go on an adventure in person!

COVID 19 Resources and Guidelines

National BSA COVID 19 FAQ
WA COVID 19 Reopening Guidance
COVID 19 Vaccine Information
Learn more about the COVID  Vaccine for Kids

Vaccine Booster Eligibility

Live Virtual Activities

Virtual Nova Awards: Ash Hennessey of the Aurora District is hosting virtual NOVA awards to scouts Wolf rank and up on the second Friday of each month from 6-7 pm.

Pre-Recorded Virtual Activities

National BSA Scouting At Home for Cub Scouts

Virtual Den Leader Guides

Tip: Click the second “Virtual Den Leader Guides” folder (on mobile, first click the menu icon below to see the folder).  Once the months expand, select a month and the downloads will appear.
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Virtual Den Leader Guides

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There is currently a state wide mask mandate in place for public areas, regardless of vaccination status.  Be sure to keep up to date on the latest announcements regarding when people are required to wear a mask.  

King County has also issued a mandate requiring certain venues to check for proof of vaccination in order to allow entry.  If you are in King County and meeting inside, make sure you check with the owner of your meeting place to see if they will require you to show proof of vaccination.