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The Secret Letters of the Cub Scout Sign

On your hand you have five fingers. We use two when we
make the Cub Scout sign. These two upright fingers, like
the alert ears of a Wolf, mean TO OBEY, and to HELP

The three folded fingers in our Cub Scout sign stand for the
three secret letters in our Law, F-H-G. These letters mean
Follows, Helps, Gives. As in the Law of the Pack the Cub
Scout Follows Akela, Helps the pack go, and Gives
Goodwill. They also mean Fair, Happy, Game. And finally,
they can remind us of something each Cub Scout respects,
Freedom, Home and God.

All parents and all of our leaders want to do their best to
teach Cub Scouts to learn to follow, to help, to give, to be
fair and happy whatever the game might be and to respect
their freedom, home and God.
Now as part of your induction into the pack as a parent of a
Bobcat I ask you to make the Cub Scout sign and repeat
after me :

“I (name ) promise to do my best, to help my son and all the
Cub Scouts in his den and pack to do their best, to help
other people, and to do their duty to God and their country,
and to obey the Law of the Pack”.

As Cubmaster of this pack, I take pleasure in welcoming you
into our Scouting family and active participation in Cub
Scouting. May your days ahead be happy, game, and fair.

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