MATERIALS: Four large candles, set with three in front and one raised and behind. Done in darkened room.
CUBMASTER: (Calls boys and adults forward.) For the past few months you and your family have explored all sorts of new and exciting things and places. You have taken each part of the Tiger Cub motto: "Search, Discover, and Share" and used it in your home, school and neighborhood. (Light first candle on left.)
You and your adult partner have searched out in your home and community new activities which have shown you how people work together and have fun together.
(Light middle candle.)
You and your adult partner have discovered that by doing things together with friends and family you feel a sense of being part of a great family, community and country. (Light third candle.)
The things you have searched out and discovered have been shared with your family, friends, and fellow Tiger Cubs, which let them learn about you and the things you saw and did.
Now it is time to move along the Scouting trail to the next part of the program. (Light last candle.)
In Cub Scouting your family is still important as it is throughout your whole Scouting experience.
Support in earning each badge comes from your family as well as from your den leader. Your parents will help you each step of the way.
(Boy's name) and (Adult's name) on behalf of Pack, ___ I'd like to welcome you. (Tiger Coordinator's name) will bring your den leader (name) forward to welcome you into the den with the Cub Scout neckerchief. (Den leader presents neckerchief to the adult who puts it around the neck of the boy.)
What Is a Pack Meeting?
Tammy sent in this question:
What is considered a Pack Meeting? Our pack has monthly pack meetings and also other events for the entire pack, such as family camping, pinewood derby,...