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TIGER CUBS

For those graduating Tigers:

Bobcat Ceremony
Kathy O'Leary
Piedmont Council

(This is a ceremony to bring a new Bobcat into an already existing den).
Set up: Cub Scouts from Den ____ join hand in a circle with the new Bobcat and his family in the center.

Cubmaster - You have come here tonight seeking to join the brotherhood of Cub Scouting. You have learned from your fellow den members and your family what is necessary to become a Bobcat. Will you now give the Cub Scout sign and repeat with me and your den members the Cub Scout Promise? (All say Cub Scout Promise.)

Cubmaster - Parents, we welcome you. Cub Scouting is for the whole family. Fun and friendship within the circle are ONE because we have all joined hands. As parents, you have a certain responsibility in Cub Scouting; by working with your son in his book and attending pack meetings and making the pack go. Will you accept this responsibility? (Parents respond.)

(Den Leader and assistant den leader hand the pin to the new Bobcat and badge to parents to present to son.)

Cubmaster - Congratulations! May you begin your trail upward.

Cub Scouts shout - "Do Your Best!"




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