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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



Focus: Now here’s a hard one for leaders… Can you really remember the fascination and wonderment you used to have for simple pleasures like watching ants working on the sidewalk or flames flickering in the fire?  Well, if you can then you’re ready to give the boys their money’s worth this month!  I can remember spending a whole afternoon just watching ants on the front porch carrying off some morsel to I don’t remember where, but it was enough entertainment for me that I even got a pencil and pad out and wrote down what they were doing and what I thought of it all.  Kids and critters just seem to go together.  Add in the wonder of a campfire and you’ve probably covered just about everything that matters in life for these guys.  Open up the opportunities to the boys.



Don’t forget that we have brought back the Internet Patch for Scouts, yes Cubs can earn this patch, as a temporary one.   http://usscouts.org/internetscoutpatch-earnit.asp











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