Re: OK, you got me
Settummanque, the blackeagle (waltoml@WKUVX1.WKU.EDU)
Mon, 6 Mar 1995 11:36:27 CDT
Claudia Carroll <Claud15000@AOL.COM> writes:
>Now for some advice. Matthew (the same one looking for *old* cubs) got his
>bear badge. He is 2 months shy of 9, and done with the Bear book. Can he
>start work on *badges* (?) like Communicator now, or are there different
>levels of achievement within it? Does anyone understand my question??
I understand, Claudia..nope. If Matt has earned his Bear Badge, he
need to earn Arrow Points for the Bear Badge. The requirements for the
Arrow Points are found in the second half of the Bear Book. For the
first ten electives he completes, he earns a gold arrow point. For
the next ten electives and each multiple of ten after that, he earns a
silver arrow point. He continues to earn arrow points until he is
tired of the process or until he graduates to a WEBELOS den, whichever
Kathie, can a Bear Cub Scout still use the electives in the Wolf Book
as well as in the Bear Book? It used to be that way for the longest of
time, and since I'm not centered on Cubbing, I don't know the current
policy. If so, Claudia, Matt can use the elective requirements found
in the latter halves of BOTH Wolf and Bear Books.
If not, he has to use the electives only in the Bear book. The
electives are pretty cool to work on, and some of them can be used
several times to meet the arrow point requirement.
Matt receives the Arrow Points during a Pack meeting.
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