June Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 11
Webelos Aquanaut & Geologist
& POEMS FOR SCOUTERS
most powerful agent of growth and transformation is something more basic than
change of heart.
Circle 10 Council
Up - Decide to have a good day.
up - The best way to dress up is to put on
a smile. A smile is an inexpensive
way to improve your looks
up - Say nice things & learn to
listen. We have been given two ears
and one mouth so we can do twice as much listening as talking.
up - For what you believe in.
Stand for something or you will fall for anything.
Up - To our higher power who gives us
strength to do everything through Him who gives me strength
Up - For something higher.
As Jiminy Cricket sings "High Hopes" always try to better
Up - Your Prayers.
Do not worry about anything; instead pray about everything.
a great day and remember the 7-Ups of life.
ABCs Of Being An Effective Leader
Circle 10 Council
accent the positive, attitudes determine effectiveness
remember the program is for them
Communications: help keep the lines open
Diplomacy: be a diplomat, always put your best foot forward
youll get out as much as you put in
Flexibility: to be able to change and adapt
guide, but dont force
you can help maintain this in your pack
keep interest high by KISMIF (Keep It
Simple, Make It Fun)
spread it, pass it on
Knowledge: Cub Scouts depend on you for this stay informed
keep your spirits high
is a nobody in Cub Scouting
Organized: set goals and reach them
there are none
just look at them as unresolved opportunities
keep yourself out of this state
Resourceful: know where to get materials and ideas
our goal is for every Bobcat to become an Eagle Scout
be sure to keep yourself up-to-date
promote the uniform and set a good example by wearing it
Volunteers: thats most of us in the Cub Scout program, try to recruit others
this includes perseverance, tolerance and tact.
Special: each Cub Scout is definitely that
Y Year: Cub
Scouting is year-round and plan your program that way
perform your job with it
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