Monday, November 10, 2008

Baloo's Bugle for November's RT and December's Theme - Holiday Lights is now on-line!

The newest edition of Baloo's Bugle is now available in Word.doc and Adobe.pdf

This month Cub Scouts will share their Holiday Traditions with others in the pack and in the community. Lights on a Christmas Tree, candles on a Menorah for Hannukah, candles on a Kinara for Kwanzaa - many of our holiday traditions involve lights. Boys can be stars this month by brightening someone's holiday season with a gift of compassion. A den can plan a visit to a nursing home or children's ward. They might also sing holiday favorites.

Lots of activities for your Cubs to do and have fun helping others. Learn more about TRAINING from Bill Smith, the Roundtable Guy. Be sure to read Scouter Jim's Thoughts about Holiday Lights.There are articles and items for things for Boys and Leaders to do. And ceremonies for all occasions. Lots of pages and ideas for theme-related activities and the Craftsman and Scientist Webelos Activity Awards.

Plenty to do to keep your Cubs busy and teach them to appreciate the wonderful time of year, and their friends and buddies!!!

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