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January Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 5

When I Grow Up
Webelos Fitness & Readyman
Tiger Big Ideas 9 & 10

 

TRAINING TIP

Anniversary Week Activities

Cub Scout packs observe Scouting Anniversary Week in February with one or more special activities in addition to the traditional blue and gold banquet.  Some examples follow:

     Live demonstrations of Cub Scout and Webelos Scout games, crafts, skits, fitness skills, etc., sometimes held at a shopping center or other public location.

     A store-window display of Cub Scouting.

     A service project for the chartered organization, school, or place of worship.

     The boys wear their uniforms to school during this special week.

     The pack attends a religious service together, in uniform, on Scout Sunday or Sabbath.

More information on Special Activities can be found in the Cub Scout Leader Book available from your Scout Shop.

 

 



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