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Baloo's Bugle

May 2002 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 8, Issue 10
June Theme

Critters, Cubs and Campfires
Webelos Traveler and Artist


Tiger Cub Graduation
National Capital Area Council

Props: Bridge, Tiger Cub Graduation Certificate, Graduation Patch, Year pin for each Tiger

Cubmaster: Tigers, you have been working together, learning about many interesting things during the months you have been a Tiger Cub. The entire family has had a chance to be a part of that fun.

You have taken each part of the Tiger Cub Motto, “Search, Discover, Share” and used it in your home, school and neighborhood.  Parents, on behalf of Pack____. Thank you for taking the time to “Search, Discover and Share” the Tiger Cub Program with your son.  May you and your son experience the many wonders awaiting you as you climb the Scouting trail.  Tiger Cubs, as you cross over the bridge and graduate from Tiger Cubs, I would like to present you and your adult partner the graduation certificate, graduation patch and one-year service star with an orange backing.  When I call your name, please cross over the bridge with your adult partner and begin your Cub Scouting adventures.



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