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

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To become a Bear Cub Scout, a boy must a either completed the second grade or be nine years of age.

After your Cub Scout has earned his Bobcat badge, he may start along the trail to Bear. This is a big adventure for a boy, one the Boy Scouts of America hopes all boys will complete.

The Bear trail is a long journey for a boy, and has 24 achievements, 12 of which a boy must complete to earn his Bear badge.

The trail to the Bear badge is broken down into 4 groups which are:

  1. God
  2. Country
  3. Family
  4. Self

Once a boy has completed his 12 achievements he will receive his Bear badge. This will be presented to him at a monthly Pack Meeting.

While on the trail to achieving the Bear Badge, your Cub Scout can also search the Arrow Point Trail. This trail is based on what are know as electives, which allow the Cub Scout along with their adult partner, known as the AKELA, to choose which ones and when they are completed. These electives are from the achievements that were not used to earn the Bear badge. For the first ten electives completed, your Cub Scout will receive a Gold Arrow Point, and for every set of ten completed thereafter, he will receive a Silver Arrow Point. These Arrow Points are awarded during the monthly Pack Meeting, but may only be worn after he has earned the rank of Bear.

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

Our Bear Den meets on Tuesday nights at 6:30 in the Bernard J. McManus Scoutroom at Jordan Memorial United Methodist Church.

For information on the Bear Cub Den, please contact Scott Floyd at: SFloyd02@yahoo.com


 
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