July Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 12
Webelos Naturalist & Forester
National Capital Area Council
A small baseball diamond on the floor in
front, badges to be awarded.
Personnel: Cubmaster, boys to
receive awards and their parents.
Cubmaster: Will (names), our new
Bobcats and their parents please come forward to the "“on-deck
circle"”? As you are
standing on the “on-deck circle” you are at the beginning of the
“game”, just as you are at the beginning of the Cub Scout trail.
Parents accept your sons’ badges.
They are to be sewn on when your son does a good turn.
Will (names), our Wolf candidates and
their parents please come forward. Stand
on first base. This represents
the first stop on your Cub Scout trials.
You worked hard on earning your Wolf, so keep up the good work.
Parents here are their badges.
Will (names), our Bear candidates and
their parents please come forward. Your
place on our diamond is at second base. This
is the second major stop along the Cub Scout trail.
Parents accept your son’s badge.
(names), the Webelos and their parents please come forward.
Your spot is third. You
are almost “home”, keep up the good work and you will have no problem in
finishing your trail. You now
wear a badge diamond on your shirt to complete that game you need to receive
your Arrow of Light. Work hard
and you should have no problem. If
you have boys earning the Arrow of Light their spot is home plate.
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