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Weather or Not Advancement Ceremony

  • Equipment: Badges to be awarded.
  • Personnel: Cubmaster, Webelos den leaders, boys earning badges and their parents.

Call forward boys who have earned badges and their parents.


Cub Scouts, there is an old song called "Cub Scouting We Will Go," which is sung to the tune of "Jingle Bells." It goes like this

(read or sing)

  • Cub Scouting we will go
  • To a den where we can play;
  • Sunshine, rain or snow,
  • Happy on our way.
  • As buddies we will greet
  • Faces gleaming bright;
  • What fun it is when we can meet
  • And do the things we like

That little song tells us that Cub Scouting is for all seasons and all weather-sunshine, rain, or snow. It is fun anytime.

But to enjoy Cub Scouting to the fullest, you have to advance in rank by doing certain projects and learning new things. Tonight we have some Cub Scouts and Webelos Scouts who have done that. Webelos Den Leader_________ and I will recognize their work by presenting their new badges.

Gives badges to parents to pin on son's shirt.)

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