This ceremony can be held indoors or outdoors, in uniform or in Indian costume.
PERSONNEL: Webelos Den Leader, graduating Webelos Scout and his parents, Scoutmaster, Patrol Leader, five Cub Scouts to hold posters, Den Leaders, Pack Committee Members.
EQUIPMENT: Small posters of all Cub Scout ranks, Boy Scout neckerchief and neckerchief slide.
ARRANGEMENT: All Cub Scouts, Webelos Scouts, den leaders, and committee members line up in two columns.
Cub Scouts hold small posters bearing the five Cub Scout ranks. The Webelos Den Leader, graduating Webelos Scout, and his parents stand at one end of the double column. The Scoutmaster and Patrol Leader of the graduate's new troop face them at the other end of the column.
When all are in their places, the Webelos Den Leader reads a review of the graduate's accomplishments during his Cub Scout years, mentioning awards he has received.
WEBELOS DEN LEADER: Our accomplishments are never made without help. And significant in [graduate's names] growth has been the help he has received from his parents. I thank you for the help you have given your son and your cooperation with his den and pack leaders. Of course, we shall miss you as you move on into Boy Scouting - but, we are honored to present Troop [number] such an outstanding family! All of us here wish you continued success as you climb the Scouting trail.
(The graduate and his parents now pass down the line between the two columns, receiving good wishes and good-byes from all pack members. Cub Scouts might sing "For They're a Jolly Good Family," to the tune of "For He's a Jolly Good Fellow" as the graduate and his parents pass down the line. When the graduating Webelos Scout and his parents reach the end of the column, the Scoutmaster welcomes them.)
SCOUTMASTER: You have had a great experience in Cub Scouting and Webelos Scouting. Boy Scouting will introduce you to new skills that lead to more great fun - hiking and camping. Mr. and Mrs. [name], we hope you will continue to help your son, and we will look forward to your active participation in making our troop one of the best.
In so doing you will be assured that your son is receiving full benefits from his Scouting experience.
(The graduate's patrol leader now replaces the Webelos Scout neckerchief with the neckerchief of his new troop and gives him the Scout handshake. Close with a graduation song, grand howl, or other appropriate closing.)