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To The Sailor

To the sailor, three things were essential - a compass, a sextant, and a flag to tell which way the wind blew. To Cub Scouts, these three things are important -- (show) a Wolf badge, a handbook, and a candle. The badge tells who you are and where you are going; the handbook tells how to get where you are going, and the candle is a symbol of the light of Scouting which penetrates the darkness of hate, prejudice and distrust. It is a light that must be kept burning in the heart of every Scout.

 
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Bear Den Meeting Plan – Bear Claws: Pocketknife Safety and Soap Carving
This Bear den meeting plan covers most of the three requirements for the Bear Claws adventure. Bear Claws is all about pocketknives and whittling. After this plan, the Cub Scouts will need to carve...
   

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