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Welcome to the Tigers

Boys who are in first grade or are 7-years old.
Den Leader


Tiger Cubs is an exciting introduction to the scouting program for first grade boys (or 7 years old) excited to get going! Tiger Cubs do lots of stuff with their adult partners or “Akela”. This program is intended to give the boys their first steps along the Boy Scout Trail. The ground work for all rank advancements are laid here and built on through the scouting program on the basic categories of activities done as tigers.

Cub Scout Motto:

Do Your Best

Cub Scout Promise:
I, [name], promise to do my best, To do my duty to God and my country, To help other people, and To obey the Law of the Pack.

Starting the path to the Tiger Cub Rank, a scout first earns the Bobcat Badge - this is the first step for all Cub Scouts. However, a Tiger Cub will really earn his immediate recognition emblem which is a tiger paw print with four strands to which beads are added as each achievement toward the Tiger Cub rank is completed: The Tiger Cub Emblem requirements are:

•Learn the Cub Scout Motto
•Learn the Cub Scout Sign
•Learn the Cub Scout Salute
He can then use the Emblem to display his achievement beads as he earns them.

When a Tiger Cub has accomplished these tasks, he should be awarded his Tiger Cub immediate recognition emblem at the next pack meeting.

•White beads are for Family activities
•Orange beads are for Den activities
•Black beads are for Go See It! activities
•Yellow discs (Tiger Track beads) are for every 10 electives completed (not awarded until after the Tiger Cub Badge is earned)
Worn suspended from the right pocket flap button of the uniform shirt.

The Tiger Cub badge is presented to boys who have completed all 15 parts of the five separate achievements – five Family activities, five Den activities, and five Go See It outings. Once a boy, or all the boys in a den, earn their Tiger Cub badge, it should be presented to the scout’s adult partner at a pack meeting, who then presents it to the boy. The badge is sewn on the left pocket of the Tiger Scout uniform.

The den activities and Go See It events should be completed with the entire den. Attendance at den events is important for both the scout and adult partner. Of course, if a scout has a conflict with a den event, he can perform that activity with his adult partner at some other time.




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