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Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful Den Chief Recognition

Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful - Helpful, this is the 3rd point of the Scout Law. It means a Scout is concerned about other people. He does things willingly for other people without pay or reward. That is giving of yourself to others and back to Scouting.

Tonight, we honor a Scout who has exemplified these ideals: Would Scout _____ please come forward?

_______ is a den chief. That is, he is one of the older Scouts who accepted the responsibility and has volunteered his time and talents to assist the Cub Scout leaders with their Cub Scout dens.

To say he is just a den chief is an understatement. This is a Scout who has gone the extra mile. Having completed various requirements and by having served for more than one year, he has now earned the Den Chief Service Award.

On behalf of Pack _______ and particularly the den leaders you have served so well, I'd like to present these symbols of excellence. (Present)

These cords are worn along with your regular den chief cord as long as you serve in that position.

When you are no longer a den chief, you will continue to wear the Service Award to show others that you have served so well.

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