Re: Tiger Problem
Robert Getz (rgetz@OAK.LHUP.EDU)
Mon, 30 Oct 1995 23:04:46 -0500
I feel that maybe I am jumping in on a conversation in mid stream but
wanted to add my two cents. Our Tiger cubs are included in every
activity. Our pack even goes so far as to remove the tiger paws that are
included in the tiger cubs book. The paws are then given out at pack
meetings when each big idea is finished(one paw for each big idea). This
allows the boys to receive"awards" when the older cubs do. We feel this
connects them with the other scouts and gets them ready to become wolfs. In
the last few years our numbers of tiger cubs moving up has been 100%. In fact th
is year we picked up six
boys between tigers and wolfs.
On Sun, 29 Oct 1995 jacobi.PARC@XEROX.COM wrote:
> >Those units who do incorporate Cub
> >Scouting down into the Tiger program, statistically lose the boys by
> >the end of the Bear year.
> Since you are mentioning statistics, could you share the statistics? You are
> very specific in specifying when the boys get lost, do you have statistics
> from multiple units or did your unit had just problems with particular dens?
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City