Cub Scout


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Cub Scout

, Cub
a member of a junior branch (for those aged 8--11 years) of the Scout Association
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A total of 14 cub scouts from five different groups took part in the contest, which is also entered by scouts.
After saying the Promise, they receive a badge, woggle and scarf and become a fully fledged Cub Scout
And today marks the 90th anniversary of the Cub Scouts - the younger members of the movement.
Joseph had gone along to the Durham District Cub Scouts Swimming Gala, at Durham City Baths, expecting to be met by his fellow Cubs from Belmont Ist Scout Group.
AWARDS PLAN: Pictured with posters launching the programme are Paddock Cub Scouts and (back, from left) instructor Karl Smith, Akela Jane Ainley and assistant Cub Scout leader Helen Oldroyd (tmc070213cubs)
Shiremoor Cub Scout leader Margaret Dunnett said: "We are extremely grateful that Warburtons has stepped in to support our Cub Scouts as they complete their cooking badge challenge.
WELL DONE: Anne Ridsdale, cub scout leader, presents the Chief Scout's Silver Awards to, from left, Macy McKennie, Jamie Spencer, Jake Lees, Mark Raw and Steven Barker (PC070611Bscouts-01) Purchase: www.
The Distinguished Scout Award went to Chris Mellinger and the Distinguished Cub Scout Award to Aidan Poole.
Acting cub scout leader Terry Mitchell, aged 66, said: "We have been shining shoes at Sainsbury's for the past 14 years and we're the only cub scout group I know who are still doing it.
Benjamin began his Scouting career with Cub Scout Pack 147, where he earned his Arrow of Light.
But that's exactly what's on offer for anyone willing to take on the challenge of becoming a Cub Scout leader.