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Cub Committee Chairman:
Neal Atkinson
Cubmaster:
Scott Floyd
Assistant Cubmaster:
Tommy Boyd

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To become a Tiger Cub Scout, a boy must be either seven years of age or have completed Kindergarden.

As a Tiger Cub you will be doing many exciting things throughout the year with your Tiger Cub Den, your Cub Scout Pack, as well as at home with your Family. The Tiger Cub program is based on the idea of Search, Discover, and Share. That is what you will be doing during your time as a Tiger Cub. You will Search out new activities, Discover new things, and Share them with others.

You must first earn your Bobcat badge before you can work on your Tiger Cub badge. Your adult partner, called the AKELA, will help and guide you along the steps of the Bobcat trail. Once you finish the requirements, you will be awarded your Bobcat badge, which are presented at the monthly Pack Meetings.

The trail to the Tiger Cub badge is broken down into five achievements, which are represented by tiger paw prints, and each achievement has three activities that must be completed. These activities are divided into categories which include: Family Activities, Den Activities, and Go See It Activities, which make a total of fifteen activities in all.

These activities are broken down as follows:

  1. Making my Family Special
  2. Where I Live
  3. Keeping Myself Healthy and Safe
  4. How I Tell It
  5. Let's Go Outdoors

Once your scout has accomplished all fifteen activities, he may wear the Tiger Cub badge. These are awarded at the monthly Pack Meeting.

During his time as a Tiger Cub, your scout may also work on a wide array of Beltloops, which are broken down into the categories of Sports and Academics. These are also awarded at the monthly Pack Meeting.

Our Tiger Den meet on Tuesday nights in the Fellowship Hall at Jordan Memorial United Methodist Church at 6:30 pm.

For information on our Tiger Cubs, please contact Neal Atkinson at: dei214@embarqmail.com



 
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