On Saturday, September 24, Thunder Wolf District of Boy Scouts held its annual Tiger Adventure Day at Christ United Methodist Church in Sugar Land. Tiger Adventure Day is a special event where new Cub Scouts enjoy a morning full of Scouting fun.
Tiger Cubs introduces the Scouting program to first grade boys (or 7 years old). It is a first step on the trail leading to Eagle. Tiger Cubs have activities and learn new skills with their adult partners.
This year’s activities, facilitated by a number of Cub Scout and Boy Scout troops in the district, included a rope bridge [see attached picture], a Tipi, Scout skills such as knot tying and flag folding, Scout crafts including leatherworking and beading, and many fun games like the rubber band gun range and the lollypop ring toss. Scouts also enjoyed visits from the Sugar Land Fire Department and Fort Bend County’s Kids and Cops.
Thunder Wolf District provides scouting services to scouts in the portion of Fort Bend I.S.D. south of the Southwest Freeway, and in Stafford.