Joseph Bobot, Scoutmaster


Joseph Bobot, Scoutmaster   – 740-803-2464  –


Boy Scouts are for boys who have completed 5th grade or 13 years of age to 1 years of age.  Our Troop meets on most Mondays (See the Troop Calendar) at Terra Nova Community Church, 425 S. Sandusky Street, Delaware at 6:30pm.  Please feel free to stop by any of our meetings for more information.

The mission of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare young people to make ethical and moral choices over their lifetimes by instilling in them the values of the Scout Oath and Law.

The vision of the Boy Scouts of America is to prepare every eligible youth in America to become a responsible, participating citizen and leader who is guided by the Scout Oath and Law.

In order to make our boys into the men we want to see, they are instilled to core beliefs of scouting.  If a boy lives the values of scouting as a child, they are very likely to live these values as an adult.  Boy Scouts must know, demonstrate and be able to recite the following:

The Scout Oath:

On my honor, I will do my best, to do my duty to God and my country and to obey the Scout Law;

To help other people at all times. To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight.

The Scout Law:

 A Scout is Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent.  

The Scout Mottos:

 The Boy Scout Motto is Be Prepared

The Outdoor Code:

 As an American, I will do my best to be clean in my outdoor manners, Be careful with fire, Be considerate in the outdoors and Be conservation-minded



Cub Scouts is a school-year (with some summer time camps and activities) family- and home-centered program that develops ethical decision-making skills for boys in the first through fifth grade (or who are 7, 8, 9, and 10 years old).  Our Cub Scout Pack meets several times a month (see Pack calendar) at Terra nova Community Church, 425 S. Sandusky Street, Delaware.  The Cub Scout Pack is an adult-led program.  Tiger Cubs (1st grade students) must have a guardian or parent with the cub always.  This includes at meetings, activities, camping, etc.  Older cubs can be left under the care of adult leaders as long as the youth protection policies are being followed.  This includes two-deep leadership; meaning at no time will a boy be in the presence of only one adult leader.

  • There are six ranks in Cub Scouting:


    • Bobcat. The Bobcat badge is earned prior to all other ranks. If a boy joins Cub Scouting as a Wolf, Bear, or Webelos, he must earn the Bobcat badge first before receiving any other award or rank as a boy can join while in any grade.
    • Tiger Cub. The rank for boys who have completed kindergarten (or 7-year-olds).
    • Wolf Cub. The rank for boys who have completed first grade (or 8-year-olds).
    • Bear Cub. The rank for boys who have completed second grade (or 9-year-olds).
    • Webelos. The rank for boys who have completed third grade (or 10-year-olds).
    • Arrow of Light. For fifth-graders (or 10-year-olds). Earned after the completion of the Webelos badge, usually during the second year of the Webelos program.

The Pack is under the direction of the Cubmaster.  Their job is to provide support to each of the Den Leaders and report the state of the Pack to the Unit Committee.  They are also a “Cheerleader” and runs the monthly Pack Meetings.  Each Den has a Den Leader and an Asst. Den Leader who are usually parent volunteers who guide the boys along their Cub Scout path. 

Den Leaders will follow their perspective den’s guidebook that outlines step-by-step the activities and requirements needed to reach their goal, the Arrow of Light Award.  The highest award in Cub Scouting is the Webelo’s Arrow of Light award. It is one of the few Cub Scout badges that you can wear on your Boy Scout uniform. You will work on outdoor skills, physically fitness, and learn more about citizenship and working with others. Upon completion of Arrow of Light, you can cross the bridge into a Boy Scout troop during the Special “Blue & Gold” Ceremony.

The Cub Scout Oath:

 I, (name), promise to do my best to do my duty to God and my country to help other people and to obey the Law of the Pack

The Law of the Pack:

 A Cub Scout follows Akela The Cub Scout helps the Pack go The Pack helps the Cub Scout grow The Cub Scout gives goodwill.

The 10 Purposes of Cub Scouting

The Boy Scouts of America began Cub Scouting as a program for younger boys more than 75 years ago. The purposes of Cub Scouting state that Parents, Leaders and Organizations work together to achieve the following:


  • Influence the development of character
  • Encourage spiritual growth.
  • Develop habits and attitudes of good citizenship
  • Encourage good sportsmanship and pride in growing strong in mind and body
  • Improve understanding within the family
  • Strengthen the ability to get along with and to respect others
  • Foster a sense of personal achievement by developing new interest and skills
  • Show how to be helpful and to do one’s best
  • Provide fun and exciting new things to do
  • Prepare Cubs to become Boy Scouts




Joseph Bobot, Scoutmaster


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Delaware, Ohio


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