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Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, Contents the requirements for the Bear. badge but boys this old have, Cub Scouting enough knowledge and skill. Packs Dens Leaders to take on more of the work by, themselves. Advancements, The Cub Scout Webelos Scouts Boys in the. fourth and fifth grades, Program is Second become Webelos Scouts.
through Fifth Grade, Webelos Scouts do more, advanced activities to get. Boys of different ages have different ranks in Cub ready to graduate into Boy Scouting. Scouting As you go from Tiger age 7 to Webelos, Scout age 10 you learn new things and new skills Where you begin in Cub Scouting depends on your. that you use to meet new challenges as you get age at the time you join If you join when you re in. older first grade you will begin as a Tiger Cub If you do not. join until the third grade you ll begin as a Bear Cub. Tiger Scouts First grade Scout You won t have to go back and earn the Tiger. boys join a Tiger den where Cub and Wolf badges, each boy works with an adult. partner on the requirements, to earn his Tiger badge. The Arrow of Light Rank, Wolf Scouts Second grade boys graduate into a The highest rank in Cub Scouting is the Arrow of Light.
Wolf den They go to den rank which you will begin working on as a Webelos. meetings on their own Scout It is the only Cub Scout badge that you can. but their families still help wear on the Boy Scout uniform As you work on the. them work on the Arrow of Light rank you practice outdoor skills get. requirements for the physically fit and learn more about citizenship and. badge working with others All of these things prepare you. for the next stage of Scouting, Bear Scouts Boys in the third grade are members of. a Bear den They also work with their families to do. NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com. Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, How the Pack is The Cub Scout Pack. Your son is a member of a Cub Scout Pack that, Organized Has meetings led by Cubmaster. Is made up of one or more dens across Tigers, Wolves Bears Webelos we be loyal scouts. Your son is a member of a Cub Scout Meets once a month all Cub Scout families are. Den expected to participate pack meeting, That has four to eight boys Pack meeting is the highlight of the month s den.
Meets regularly scheduled at the Den leader s meetings and activities. convenience Pack meeting has games skits stunts songs. Is led by a den leader usually a parent and ceremonies at meetings and presentation. Has an assistant den leader a parent of badges that boys earned during that month. and often a den chief an older Boy Scout and, Has games crafts stunts songs and The pack is run by the Pack Committee. ceremonies at meetings and periodic field Is made up of den leaders pack leaders the. trips pack trainer and parents who are all, volunteers. No matter what age or grade a boy joins Cub Meets once a month or more often if needed. Scouting he must earn his Bobcat badge before he Is led by a committee chairman who is a. can advance to the rank of Tiger Cub Wolf Bear or volunteer. Webelos A boy must complete the Bobcat Plans den and pack meetings. requirements Selects leadership performs recordkeeping. manages pack finances finds meeting places, orders badges maintains pack equipment. helps train leaders and recognizes leaders, Our pack is owned by a Chartered Organization. Is the Norwell Fire Department, Approves leadership helps secure a meeting.
place and helps the pack stay within, NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com. Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, sponsor s and Boy Scout guidelines and. The Advancement Plan, Selects a chartered organization representative The responsibility for a boy s advancement in Cub. to serve as liaison between our pack and the Scouting lies with the family and not with the pack. Chartered Organization Some advancement requirements are done at den. meetings but most are completed at home with the, In society where your son is often taught BOBCAT. that winning is everything Cub Scouting All boys in second through fifth grade earn the. teaches him to do his best and be Bobcat badge first by learning the Cub Scout. Promise Law of the Pack handshake salute sign, helpful to others as expressed in the Cub.
motto and meaning of Webelos After receiving, Scout Promise. the Bobcat badge each boy works on requirements, Cub Scout Motto based on his grade level. Do your best, TIGER CUBS, There are five achievements in Tiger Cubs. Cub Scout Promise Making My Family Special, I promise to do my best Where I Live. To do my duty to God an my country Keeping Myself Healthy and Save. How I Tell It, To help other people and, Let s Go Outdoors.
To obey the Law of the Pack, Each achievement has three parts a family activity. Law of the Pack a den activity and a Go See It outing A boy. receives totem beads as he completes each part, The cub scout follows Akela. A white bead for each required family activity, The cub scout helps the Pack go part he completes. The Pack helps the cub scout grow An orange bead for each required den activity. The cub scout gives good will part he completes, A black bead for each required Go See It part. he completes, NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com.
Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, WOLF of a Webelos Scout s fifth grade year he graduates. from Cub Scouting into the adventure of Boy, A Cub Scout who has completed first grade or is. Scouting at an impressive graduation ceremony, age 8 works on 12 achievements to earn the Wolf. badge After he earns his Wolf badge a boy may, work on electives in different interest areas until he ARROW OF LIGHT. is old enough to begin work on the next rank After completing all the Webelos badge. requirements the scout may earn the Arrow of Light. Award which is the highest award a boy can earn as. a Cub Scout and is the only Cub Scout badge, authorized to be worn on a Boy Scout uniform.
Arrow of Light requirements give him a chance to, practice Scout skills earn more activity badges and. learn about Boy Scouting, Special Programs, PINEWOOD DERBY. A Cub Scout who has completed second grade or, is age 9 works to complete 12 of 24 achievements Parent and son work together to build a gravity. to earn the Bear badge After he earns his Bear powered miniature race car from a special kit We. badge a boy may work on electives in different conduct the derby annually. interest areas until he is old enough to begin work PACK CAMPOUTS. on the next rank This is a family event with activities that include good. food and fun games rank achievement, WEBELOS opportunities campfire stories and skits. When a Cub Scout has completed the third grade DAY CAMP. or becomes 10 years old he transfers to a Exciting summertime activity that includes crafts. Webelos den led by an adult Webelos leader The games nature sports songs and skits Camps run. boy works on requirements for the Webelos badge three to five days in Camp Norse Plymouth. 20 activity badges and the Arrow of Light Award, BLUE AND GOLD BANQUET.
the highest award in Cub Scouting, This is a birthday party for Cub Scouts and is usually. Camping and outdoor programs are an important, catered but families bring appetizers A special. part of the 18 month Webelos program In February, NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com. Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, program or entertainment is customary Scouting Foster Good Behavior. operates through volunteer leadership Volunteer A Scout lives by a moral code Every Scout and adult. leaders are an example of Scouting s principle of participant is expected to live by this code at all. service to others Naturally parents are the primary times Failure to do so may result in being asked to. source of leaders in the Scouting program You leave the activity no matter how late at night and a. volunteer not only to serve Scouting but also to help restriction on future activities until the behavior. your son and his friends and to have the chance to changes At meetings and events adults and Scouts. be a positive influence on the youth in your are asked not to engage in swearing lewd behavior. community or telling dirty stories A Scout is Reverent This. means defending another person s right to their, How Can You Help beliefs No jokes or skits related to a person s faith.
handicap orientation race or creed will be, What does it take to be a volunteer A long rich tolerated All forms of hazing initiations ridicule or. background of Scouting involvement is NOT inappropriate teasing are prohibited and will not be. required What is needed is a desire to work with and allowed. help young people a willingness to make time in Participate. your weekly schedule and the rest is easy Lots of The leaders of the Pack will do our best to provide a. resources and training are available and many quality program All the leaders in the Pack are. people will support your efforts volunteers and have numerous other obligations We. Know the Rules depend on other adults to help provide a quality. National policy states that there is no smoking in program for all of our sons We ask that every parent. buildings on porches of buildings and around help in some capacity Parents are expected to share. children The Boy Scouts of America prohibits the in den activities and in organizing the den meetings. possession or use of alcoholic beverages and and working with the den leader to maintain order at. controlled substances at encampments or activities meetings. on property owned and or operated by BSA or at Help fund raise with your Scout and the Pack. any activity involving participation of youth Fund Raisers are important to the Pack Badges. members Members or guests who are under the patches crafts supplies camping fees and food. influence of alcohol or controlled substances may Pack meeting expenses and equipment are costly. be asked to leave the activity or property Any yet are needed to provide the best program possible. member who fails to adhere to the alcohol and for the Scouts. controlled substance policy may also be subject to. dismissal from the Pack, NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com. Parents Orientation Guide Pack 66 Norwell, Pack Volunteer Adult Leadership ADVANCEMENT CHAIRMAN. Maintains advancement records for the pack Orders, PACK COMMITTEE. and obtains all badges and insignia Attends pack, Pack committee members perform administrative.
meetings and committee meetings, functions of the pack. COMMITTEE CHAIRMAN, DEN LEADER S, Presides at all pack committee meetings Helps. Leads the den at weekly den and monthly pack, recruit adult leaders Also attends pack meetings. meetings Attends the monthly pack leaders, Helps plan and carry out the pack program with the. PARENT HELPERS, help of the pack committee Emcees monthly pack.
Function chairman positions to perform one shot, meeting and attends the pack leaders meeting. program jobs such as coordinating pack, SECRETARY TREASURER. participation in sales events pinewood derby blue, Keeps all records for the pack including pack bank. and gold banquet day camp etc These jobs are of, account financial records etc Attends pack. short duration, meetings and pack committee meetings.
For more information, Ask a parent or drop an email to NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com. Visit our website http pack66 weebly com or our facebook page. NorwellCubScoutsPack66 gmail com http Pack66 weebly com. The Cub Scout Pack Your son is a member of a Cub Scout Pack that Has meetings led by Cubmaster Is made up of one or more dens across Tigers Wolves Bears amp Webelos we be loyal scouts Meets once a month all Cub Scout families are expected to participate pack meeting Pack meeting is the highlight of the month s den meetings and activities Pack meeting has games skits stunts

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