Volume 5 Issue 11
June 1999


Tiger Cub Graduation "One Small Step"
North Florida Council

Cubmaster: On July 10, 1969, an American did something which people throughout history have wanted to do. On that date, Neil Armstrong stood on the surface of the moon. His first words were, "That's one small step for man, one giant leap for mankind." Armstrong was able to be the first man on the moon because of a series of small steps taken not only by him, but also by countless other people.

Today, we are privileged to witness some boys take one of those "small steps" that make great men and events possible. Today, we are honored to witness (total number of Tigers graduating) graduate from the Tiger Cubs into Cub Scouting. Will the following boys and their parents please join me? (Cubmaster calls out the boy's names and has them come line up in front facing the Pack)

Parents, you and your boys have taken many of those small steps that Neil Armstrong spoke of in order to be here today. I present you with the Tiger Cub patch with great pride, Congratulations!


Big Idea #17 Cub Scouting He We Come!
Denver Area Council

Make sure that each Tiger has passed his requirements for Bobcat. Practice Cub Scout Promise, handshake, salute, motto, sign, etc. Set up a graduation ceremony for pack meeting' Have a "year-end" family celebration picnic; make tie slides, make a pizza and celebrate your graduation; practice the Pledge of Allegiance; Talk about forming Wolf dens and working on your Wolf book requirements. Give everyone a bog pat on the back for a great Tiger year.

Tie Slides
Denver Area Council

Materials: 1 inch diameter white PVC plumbing pipe cut into rings and rough edges smoothed. Glue gun and just about anything that you want to glue onto your tie slide rings, i.e., rocks, aspen disks, toy Tigers, miniature party hat, let YOUR imagination go here! Present the tie slide at your graduation when your Tigers get their Wolf neckerchiefs.

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