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As The Wood Is Shaped

As the wood is shaped, assembled sanded, finished, and adorned with the final details of a fine finished piece of furniture, so our Cub Scouts grow through experiencing the many traits Cub Scouting has to offer. And soon, almost before we know it, the boy has grown and developed until he is ready to advance into the Boy Scouting program. Before our eyes, a boy has turned into a well adjusted young man.

But a boy doesn't became a finished product all by himself. He needs challenge and direction. Our den leaders, assistants, and other pack leaders provide this help for our boys. They help to carve and shape the future of young men. Parents provide vital support to help put the finishing touches on their son.

Thanks so much to all of you who have reached out to help the boys in our Pack along the way to become all they can be.

 
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