June Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 11
Webelos Aquanaut & Geologist
Doing good turns is one of
the many benefits that our Cub Scouts learn while being in the program.
They realize the joy of working and giving to their community when
they are together. One good
turn I like to suggest is having a Cub Garden, planted with vegetables, and
even flowers. Once the crops
are grown, washing the veggies and taking them to a local shelter will teach
the Cubs an important lesson in helping those less fortunate than they.
Fresh flowers can be cut and taken to local Residents/Nursing homes.
July can be a fun time for
Cub Scouting. The weather is
warm and America is full of history and celebration.
Use this month and theme to help the boys see what a great country we
live in and how greatly blessed they are to live where they do.
You can take the boys to
places in your area that are historic to our country or state. Talk why these places are important to your city and
ultimately to America.
This is a good month to
fulfill the requirements in their book that pertain to the flag or
community. Teach them proper
respect for the flag and why we should show that respect.
Teach them the proper way to fold the flag and the proper way to
conduct a flag ceremony. These
things can be found in the boys’ books and also in the leader guide.
(Trapper Trails Council)
I have never worked in a
paying job with Scouters’. Therefore
no one I work with knows or uses the Bugle.
Which is alright I guess. But
now I would like to show my co-workers what Scouters’ can do in friendship
for another Scouter
am again asking for your help. As
you know I work for the Thrifty Nickel in Huntsville. AL.
PLEASE visit our home page at http://www.thriftynickelads.com/dsp_paper_home.cfm?paperid=1099
That’s right, all I asking is for you to go in and look at our home
page in Huntsville. That’s
all. Just a simple click from above, no buying just a click a visit in other
words. Pretty please.
I am still looking for some “personal” type
help. I do
National Sales, placing both classified and display advertising in over 120
papers and I have had SUCCESS—I
have or will as of June 1st be placing an ad for Linda, (Hey Linda M.,
Viking Council) my Wood Badge antelope buddy.
(ANTELOPES RULE!) If you
or anyone you know has a home based business, works for an ad agency, or a
corporation that has advertising needs have them call me, Chris at Thrifty Nickel at 1-866-533-4285.
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