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A Day Of



The arch is the sun rising at daybreak, starting another week in scouting.

THE FIRST DAY - Is Sunday, a day of worship and development of the boys spiritual life.

THE SECOND DAY - is Monday, a day for improving understanding within the family.

THE THIRD DAY - is Tuesday a day of developing habits and attitudes of good citizenship.

THE FOURTH DAY -is Wednesday, a day of strengthening the ability to get along with other boys and respect other people.

THE FIFTH DAY - is Thursday, the day for personal achievements by developing new interests and skills.

THE SIXTH DAY - is Friday, the day to work on good sportsmanship and pride in growing strong in mind and body.

THE SEVENTH DAY - is Saturday-the day for fun and finding new things to do.

This gives us the seven rays of the sun to brighten our week. The arrow is to remind us to continue to go straight up the pathway in Scouting and in life. Putting all these together we have the Arrow of Light, the highest award in Cub Scouting.


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