Volume 6 Issue 1
August 1999

DEN DOODLES

Build A Den Doodle/Flag

York Adams Council

Does your Den have a Den Doodle yet? I sure hope so for your sake and the sake of the boys. The Big Book and the Cub Scout Leader's Book cover the importance of the den flag and give lots of ideas for designing and making a den doodle. These are great "team builders" and should be a part of every den. They also provide some extra incentive to the less enthused to keep up the good work (when they are recognized publicly through displaying the den doodle). Then, make sure the pack is "on board" with the whole den doodle operation as well. Does the pack give out doobies to hang on the colors each month? Ask the Cubmaster to start providing a theme-related doobie when the den does something neat at a Pack Meeting!

 

Lorrie Sobieraj, Atlanta Area Council, Foothills District sent me theme related Den Doodles that we will be sharing to give you ideas each month.

September 1999 – Hey, Look Us Over

Fun foam glasses and eyes combination

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