Sunday, February 1, 2009

Baloo's Bugle for March's Theme (& February's RT), "When I Grow UP," is on-line

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

March is the month to explore career opportunities!! Your den or pack can host a career fair and invite adults to share what they do for a living and discuss how these careers may change with technological advances as boys grow up. Take Cub Scouts on field trips to learn about different occupations. This is a great month to work on any of the Academics and Sports Belt Loops and Pins.

Lots of activities for your Cubs to do and have fun thinking about their future. Great theme for your aspiring Fire Fighters, Police Officers, Engineers, Doctors, and more. Learn about SAFE HAVENS from Bill Smith, the Roundtable Guy. Be sure to read Scouter Jim's Thoughts about THE GREATEST GENERATION. 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 ATHLETE and ENGINEER Webelos Activity Awards.

Plenty to do to keep your Cubs busy and open their minds to the bright future awaiting those who do their best. And plenty of things where they can have fun playing and learning with their dens, families, friends and buddies!!!

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