THE CUB SCOUT FOLLOWS AKELA
Who is Akela? In Cub Scouting Akela means "good leader". My mother, father, teacher, Den Leader, Cubmaster, and other people who have shown that they are the kind of people who are able and willing to help, are Akela. I follow Akela.
THE CUB SCOUT HELPS THE PACK GO
When I became a Cub Scout, I was no longer just a boy. Now I am a member of a den and a pack. I can't think only of myself, but I must think of my fellow Cub Scouts. I help the Pack go be attending all of the meetings, following what the leaders say, and by being a part of it.
THE PACK HELPS THE CUB SCOUT GROW
I have more fun, now that I have joined the pack. I have learned things from people and I enjoy doing things with them. That's the real fun of Cub Scouting. I help the pack go and the pack helps me grow.
THE CUB SCOUT GIVES GOOD WILL
I find that if I smile at my friends, they smile back at me. I look for the things to do for others. Smile and help - those are two fine Cub Scout words.