Cubmaster, Scoutmaster, WEBELOS Award candidate(s) and parents.
Graduation Ceremonial Board
Tonight we have a special recognition. We have a WEBELOS Cub Scout who
is receiving his Arrow of Light. Would (boy's name) and his parents come
forward. (They stand on the right side of Cubmaster) (Cubmaster hands
square to WEBELOS Scout and he puts it in place on ceremonial board.)
Akela grew in his tribe, he learned the responsibilities he had in the
tribe. He learned to be honest in his dealing with the tribe. Like
Akela, you learned as Bobcat and Wolf the responsibilities you must have
to be in this pack. You learned to be honest with your fellow Cub
Scouts, leaders, and parents.
learned to skillfully hunt squirrel, deer, and bear. He learned to find
water and food where there seemed to be none. He grew to be tall and
strong so that he could walk proud among his people.
gives light to WEBELOS scout and he puts it in place.)
Akela, you were given light, or knowledge, from your leaders. Akela
learned many things from his Mother. You have learned many things from
your Den Leaders (give den leader's name.)
Akela grew in age and stature, he was turned over to warrior scouts to
be trained and disciplined to become one of them, a warrior scout. So
too, you were presented to the WEBELOS leaders and became a WEBELOS Scout. In
the WEBELOS program, you learned more about Scouting skills and how to
control, your emotions. You learned the true meaning of the word
"WEBELOS-We'll Be Loyal Scouts".
"W" to WEBELOS Scout and have him put it in place.)
was sent out in the wild country to prove to the tribe that he was
worthy to be a warrior scout. He was sent out for three moons by himself
with nothing but clothes, knife, bow and arrows. He was able to conquer
the hardships he faced in the wilds. When he came back, he was made a
warrior, standing next to his father, "Arrow of Light."
are now receiving your Arrow of Light Award, and your testing just
begins. For now you are leaving Cub Scouting and are going into Boy
Scouting. You'll find it fun and exciting, but you'll also find it rough
and tough. Good luck from us in the pack and may you become a successful
Scouts form circle around graduate and give him the grand howl.)