Last night, Teal Bunbury attended Cub Scout Pack 3348’s meeting at Briarwood Elementary in Prairie Village.
Bunbury spoke to the nearly 70 scouts about growing up playing soccer and how hard work can pay off whether in school, at home or on the field.
After spreading his words of wisdom to the Cubs, Bunbury held a Q&A session where he faced a range of questions spanning from “Who were your role models growing up?” to some as goofy as “Have you ever been in a girls bathroom?”.
After the Q&A, Bunbury was touched to receive a “Get Well” card and baked goods from some thoughtful Cubs. The token of support was intended to help Bunbury get through his rehab and back on the field as he has been recovering from a knee injury.
The Cub Scouts are designed to pursue character development, citizenship training and personal fitness in boys. The Cub Scouts are the largest of three programs offered to boys from seven to 11 years old. The program is divided into four age-based levels: Tiger Cubs, Wolf, Bear, and Webelos Scouts.
Thanks so much to Briarwood Elementary Cub Scouts for the get well card and goodies. Had a great time… instagram.com/p/YRJZTBJxn6/— Teal Bunbury (@TealBunB) April 19, 2013