EQUIPMENT: A blue candle for each boy, one multi colored candle on log holder
CUBMASTER: Cub Scouting is an organization that is very special and unique. It is one in which many parents devote their time and talents to provide a program that will aid and guide their son's growth. As parents work to strengthen Cub Scouting... so Cub Scouting helps to strengthen families.
(Cubmaster calls up the boys).
I call your attention to the multicolored candle in the center of the candle log. The blue and gold stand for Cub Scouting. Blue like the color of your uniform, stands for truth, love of God, loyalty, and the sky. The gold like that in your neckerchief, stands for sunlight, good cheer, and happiness. In the candle you will also see white, which represents parents and the important part they play in the Cub Scouting program. Parents, please light a candle for your son, as a symbol of the encouragement and support you will be giving him as he moves along the Cub Scout trail. (they do). Will you accept the responsibility to participate in den and pack activities, help your son with advancement, and support the pack as much as possible. (Parents answer, We will).
Please give a candle to your son to hold in his left hand.
Boys please raise your hand in the Cub Scout sign and repeat the Cub Scout Promise and the Law of the Pack. And now with your parents guiding your hands, as they will do to help you in Cub Scouting I will ask that all of you join your individual flames together and light the center candle as a sign that we are all united as members of Pack (#).
Parents please extinguish your son's candle and pin the Bobcat badge on your son. Welcome to our pack.
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,...