Cub ScoutLeader Recognition Change
Kathie Cerveny (kathie@DELTA.EECS.NWU.EDU)
Wed, 28 Oct 1992 09:50:20 CST
Here is one of those changes!
CUB SCOUT LEADER RECOGNITION UPDATE
(from October 1992 Scouting Magazine, pg. 6)
The program for recognizing Cub Scout leaders has several major changes and
The Tiger Cub Group Coach Award has been added. It's available as a square
knot, no. 17688, and as a ceremonial medallion, no. 17687.
The requirements are:
Complete Fast Start Training for Tiger Cub Group Coach.
Complete Cub Scout Leader basic Training.
Attend at least four Cub Scout roundtables, or a Cub Scout leader pow wow.
Complete two years as a registered Tiger Cub group coach.
Do the following:
Conduct a Tiger Cub group roundup for your pack with at least five new
Tiger Cub boy/adult teams recruited each year (for two years).
Contact the host team each month and provide support as needed (for two years).
Graduate a Tiger Cub group into Cub Scouting with at least 75 percent of
the Tiger Cubs graduating as registered Cub Scouts each year (for two years).
A score card, no. 13-4096, showing the above requirements is available to help
The following have been added to the Cub Scouter Award performance requirements:
Give leadership to planning and organizing Tiger Cub groups in at least 50
percent of the Cub Scout packs in the district or council.
Conduct Tiger Cub group coach training in the district or council.
Graduate at least 60 percent of the Tiger Cubs in the district or council into
Develop or update a Tiger Cub activity guide listing places to go, things to do,
costs, distances, etc., locally for each Big Idea.
The requirement to serve as a Tiger Cub organizer and graduate a minimum
percentage of Tiger Cubs into Cub Scouting is now part of the new Tiger Cub
Group Coach Award (see previous item).
Training requirements for all Cub Scout Leader Recognition awards have
been changed to offer a roundtable participation option, and should now read:
Attend at least four roundtables or a pow wow.
Also note that the same tenure may be used to earn Cub Scout Leader
Recognition awards in more than one registered position (such as den leader
coach and roundtable commissioner, or Webelos den leader and unit commissioner,
etc.), but only if the Scouter is registered in both positions.
Cub Scouters may not register in more than one position in the same pack
(except the chartered organization representative, who may also serve as
chairman or member of the pack committee).
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City