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Cub Scout Pack 1777
(Spotsylvania, Virginia)
 
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All 2nd Grade Boys



The Wolf Cub Scout program is for boys who have completed first grade (or are age 8). After earning the Bobcat badge, a boy may earn the Wolf badge by completing 12 achievements involving simple physical and mental skills.

Often, den meeting activities enable the Wolf Cub Scouts to complete requirements toward an award or rank. The Denners and Assistant Den Leaders lead Opening and Closing flag ceremonies and help with setup and cleanup.

Bobcat Rank
The first rank that every boy must earn when entering the Cub Scouting Program is the Bobcat rank. After a Scout earns the Bobcat Rank, he can begin to work on his Wolf Rank.

Arrow Points
Scouts can work on Achievements toward their Wolf Rank, or they may work on Electives towards Arrow Points. A Scout can not be presented his Arrow Points until after he has received his Rank. A Scout will earn a Gold Arrow Point for the first 10 Electives completed, and a Silver Arrow Point for each additional ten Electives completed.

Progress Toward Ranks
The Scout doesn't have to wait until he completes his entire Wolf Rank before being recognized for his work. As a Wolf, when he completes any three achievements, his Den Leader will present the Progress Toward Ranks patch to him. It's a diamond with a leather (or plastic) thong attached and a gold bead attached to one end. It is worn on the button of the right shirt pocket. Each time the Scout completes three achievements he will receive another gold bead. After he earns his fourth gold bead, he will receive his Wolf Rank at a Pack meeting. Scouts will earn red beads as they work toward their Bear Rank and may continue to wear the emblem after the Wolf and Bear Ranks are earned until they become Webelos Scouts.

The Progress Toward Ranks is worn suspended from the right pocket flap button during the Wolf and Bear years.

Belt Loops and Pins
Wolf Cub Scouts can complete and repeat Belt Loops and Pins at any time.

Denner Responsibilities
The Cub Scout who is serving as the Denner for the month is resonsible for

  • Help with den meeting setup.
  • Lead the opening ceremony (Pledge of Allegiance, Cub Scout Promise, Cub Scout Law).
  • Take the Den Attendance.
  • Help with the meeting activities.
  • Lead the closing ceremony. (Living Circle)
  • Help with den meeting cleanup.
  • Help with other responsibilities as assigned by the Den Leader.

All 3rd Grade Boys



The Bear Cub Scout program is for boys who have completed second grade (or are age 9). After earning the Bobcat badge, a boy may earn the Bear badge by completing 12 achievements in four different categories: God, Country, Family, and Self.

Bobcat Rank
The first rank that every boy must earn when entering the Cub Scouting Program is the Bobcat rank. After a Scout earns the Bobcat Rank, he can begin to work on his Bear Rank.

Arrow Points
Scouts can work on Achievements toward their Bear Rank, or they may work on Electives towards Arrow Points. A Scout can not be presented his Arrow Points until after he has received his Rank. A Scout will earn a Gold Arrow Point for the 1st 10 Electives completed, and a Silver Arrow Point for each additional 10 Electives completed.

Progress Toward Ranks

The Scout doesn't have to wait until he completes his entire Bear Rank before being recognized for his work. As a Bear, red beads are presented for each three Bear achievements earned. After a Scout earns his fourth red bead, he will receive his Bear Rank at a Pack meeting. Cub Scouts may continue to wear this emblem after ranks are earned until they become Webelos Scouts.

Belt Loops and Pins
Bear Cub Scouts can complete and repeat Belt Loops and Pins at any time.

Contact the Bear Den Leader for more information or questions.