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A Pack In the Concrete Jungle Crafts Cub Scouts Video

Stomp Rockets

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November 27, 2014

Meeting: Week 2 – Open House
During the teacher’s strike this year, the Pack wasn’t able to meet in the gym as per usual. Instead, we lucked out with the weather and did stomp rockets.

Materials per stomp rocket:

1/2 Bike tube
1 ft of PVC pipe
2x 2L pop bottles
some paper
scotch tape
*Make sure…


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A Pack In the Concrete Jungle Cub Scouts

Grand Howl

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November 26, 2014
I love Jungle Opening. It's my favourite thing about being an Akela. It's the one time I encourage the Cubs to try and over power me volume wise, and they take it. I also am not afraid to be over excited when they just hit the nail on the head with the Opening. As you'll see, it's rather lengthy process and can get complicated.
Cub Scout Wolf Totem, Wolfie


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Wolfie

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November 26, 2014

This is my personal totem. Originally invested in by my previous Scout group, Wolfie has followed me to Elsie Roy since there is no longer a Cub Scout Pack at the Highlanders.

Commissioned to a local artist in Vancouver, this totem head was chainsawed from a singular piece of wood…

4 Den flags


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A Pack In the Concrete Jungle Cub Scouts Photography

Six’s Den Flags

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November 25, 2014

So you have your Cubs separated into their Six’s. You’ve given them a corner to muster in for opening and collect their dues. Sometimes, Cubs forget where their Six meets. Other times, you’ll find a Blue Cub hanging out with Green Six. Most common, you’ll have a new Cub…

A Six from 1st Maple Scouts


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Making A Six

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November 25, 2014

There are 16 Cubs running around, and you have to break them into smaller groups to help manage them a little easier. You know that Johnny and Sam are good friends and play well, but you’ve noticed that they’ve taken a shining to Frankie. Harry is a bit of…


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Program Quality

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November 25, 2014

When I came to Elsie Roy, there wasn’t really a three year plan in place as the out going Akela didn’t know how long they would be able to stay as the Akela. They had a focus on Community and creating a culture while exploring the outdoors. Aside from…

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