Colts Neck Boy Scout Troop 290.
Cub Scouting is for boys in first through fifth grades. Programs are family oriented and helps boys grow in character and fitness and become better citizens. Boy Scouting is for boys ages 11 through 17.
Tiger Cubs, BSA (or Tigers) is a 1-year program for first-grade boys. Each boy participates with a paren (or another adult family member) in family-oriented activities. These include things from family camping to preparing for emergencies.
The time you and your son spend in Tiger Cubs is meant to be fun, a chance to get to know one another better, and do things with your family as well as other members of the Tiger Cubs den whom you see at monthly meetings.
After he earns his Wolf or Bear badge, a boy may work on electives in different interest arreas, until he is old enough to begin work on the next rank. For every 10 electives a boy completes, he earns an Arrow Point. A boy may earn as many Arrow Points as he wishes.
When a boy earns the Arrow of Light or reaches 11 years of age or completes the fifth grade, he may graduate from Cub Scouting to Boy Scouting.
Both the Cub Scouts and Boy Scouts have organized units in Colts Neck. The Cub Scouts are members of Colts Neck Cub Scout Pack 90 and the Boy Scouts are members of Colts Neck Boy Scout Troop 290.
You are invited to visit their respective pages for more information.