March Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 8
Save It For Us
Webelos Sportsman & Family Member
Tiger Big Ideas 14 & 15
your Den earned the National Den Award?
Cub Scouting happens in the den.
The National Den Award creates an incentive for a year-round, fun,
quality program in the den. The National Den Award may be earned only once in any
twelve-month period (charter year, calendar year, etc.) which is determined
by the pack committee.
Have at least 50 percent of the den's Cub Scouts or Webelos
Scouts attend two den meeting and one pack meeting or activity each month of
Complete six of the following during the year.
1. Utilize the denner system within the den.
2. Have 50 percent of the den go on three field
trips per year. A field trip
may be used in place of a den meeting.
3. As a den, attend a Cub Scout day camp, Cub
Scout or Webelos Scout residence camp, or council family camping event with
at least 50 per cent of the den membership.
4. Incorporate at least three Ethics in Action
activity modules in den meetings during the year.
5. As a den participate in at least one of the
Cub Scout Sports programs.
6. As a den, participate to at least one of the
Cub Scout Academics programs.
7. Have 50 percent of the den participate in a
den conservation/resource project.
8. Have 50 percent of the den participate in at
least one den service project.
The above information came from the Cub Scout
Leader Book on page 9-10. Applications
can also be found at your Scout Shop.
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