Wolf Ceremony

WOLF Badge Ceremony:

Wolf DL: Just as when Akela first went into the forest and learned from the WOLF, a Cub Scout in the second grade begins working on the requirements for the WOLF badge. Wolf Cub Scouts learn about Akela and the story of Mowgli and his survival in the Jungle. When a scout has completed twelve Achievements on the Wolf Trail, in such areas as physical fitness, exploring the world around him, fixing, building, collecting, safety, our flag, our family and our Duty to God, he receives his Wolf badge.

Asst. CM: Would the following scouts and their parents please come forward?

(List boys earning the Wolf badge.)

Cubmaster: (scout's name) , you've completed all the requirements for your Wolf badge and have moved along the Cub Scout trail. Receive now the mark of the Wolf, a red mark, symbolizing strength and valor.

(Mark each boy with RED face paint.)

Cubmaster: It is my pleasure to award your Wolf badge to your parents, who have been your Akela in completing these requirements. Parents, please award this badge to your son and congratulate him on a "job well done."

Arrow Points: Asst. CM: We also have some boys who have earned their Wolf Gold & Silver Arrow points. Would the following boys please come forward to receive them?

(List boys earning Wolf arrow points.)

Cubmaster: (scout's name) has earned [his gold arrow point, {and}] (quantity) silver arrow points.

Cubmaster: Pack ___, would you please join with me in congratulating these Wolfs by giving them a "Grand Wolf Howl" cheer?


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