Volume 5 Issue 6
January 1999

RECOGNITIONS

Recognition is something that is always important in scouting. The boys work hard earning rank and achievements, while adults work hard to provide the program. The Blue and Gold provides an opportunity to provide recognition's to those adults who are working with the pack.

General Purpose Awards
Istrouma Council

BADGE OF OFFICE AWARD

This is a nice year-end thank you for your leaders. Mount the appropriate badge (i.e., Den leader, Cubmaster, etc.) on a wood plaque along with a message of appreciation.

STAR AWARD

This is a great thank you for someone who really shines at a job. Cut a large star out of metallic posterboard (check an Art Supply store). Use rub-on letters to add your message.

JEWEL AWARD

Mount a large jewel-like ornament on a plaque, along with a message, including, "You're a Real Jewel (or Gem)"


PACK FAMILY TREE

Cut a slice of wood from a log. Glue on several nuts in the shell (acorns, almonds, peanuts, etc.). Glue tiny googly eyes on the nuts. Either burn a message in the wood, or use a permanent marker to write your message, including, "You're the nicest nut in our Pack Family Tree!"

SKELETON AWARD

Mount a tiny skeleton on a plaque, along with your message, including, "Thanks for working yourself to the bone for us!"

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