January Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 6
Passports to Other Lands
Webelos Scholar & Engineer
Tiger Big Ideas 10 & 11
FOR UNIT LEADERS
Indian Nations Council
This is also a time to
recognize those fellow leaders who have gone the extra mile.
These awards should be
simple and fun and can be made with things around the house or found at a
For being a lifesaver (package of lifesavers).
For being totally awesome (box of Total).
For immeasurable service (ruler).
For a blooming personality (plastic flower).
For being the apple of our eye (plastic or real apple).
For lighting up the meetings (light bulb).
For putting your best foot forward (plastic foot).
For a ducky job (toy duck).
For an over abundance of energy (size D battery).
For colorful ideas (box of colors).
For being tops with us (toy top).
For being #1 (a birthday candle that is a #1).
A note of thanks (toy musical instrument).
Greatest scouting fan (small fan).
For raisin leaders (box of raisins).
For adding an extra spark (spark plug).
For being a sweetie (candy bar).
For being a joy to be around (almond joy bar).
For guiding us in the right direction (compass).
For being a good egg at helping (plastic egg).
For giving a helping hand when needed (plastic hand).
For refreshing ideas (bottle of Listerine).
For caring enough to give the best (Hallmark card).
For being the official cheerleader (box of cheer).
For putting in a lot of time (toy watch).
For seeing that everyone was trained (small toy train).
For keeping everyone informed of changes (toy telephone).
For sticking with us (bottle of glue).
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