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School Night for Cub Scouting.

School Night is a concerted effort, usually led by the council membership committee in May, September, or October each year in the school systems (private, parochial, and public). One evening is designated for all parents to gather at the school to learn about and hopefully join Cub Scouting. Information is available from your unit commissioner or the local service center.

The above Training Tip comes directly from the Cub Scout Leader book. I just pulled out one of six points under the title "Recruiting Boys". Since my early days as a leader I found this book invaluable. Try to get one for yourself or start up a Pack library with the many different EXCELLENT publications put out by the BSA. Another favorite book of mine is the Cub Scout Leader How-To Book.

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