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cub

the newborn of a number of animal species as diverse as lion, fox and bear.
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The cub scout law is "Cub Scouts always do their best, think of others before themselves and do a good turn every day" and their motto is of course: "Be prepared.
She hadn't seen him this excited since the day he got his Cub Scout shirt and cap a few months ago.
Cub Scouts from the Las Colinas District, which covers the San Fernando Valley, took part in a weeklong camp at the center earlier this month.
It was impressive that they replied so soon and remembered that she was a Cub Scout.
AWARDS PLAN: Pictured with posters launching the programme are Paddock Cub Scouts and (back, from left) instructor Karl Smith, Akela Jane Ainley and assistant Cub Scout leader Helen Oldroyd (tmc070213cubs)
Heather Henderson, the Group Scout Leader, said: "We are starting a new Beaver Scout Section aimed at six to eig htyear-olds and a Cub Scout section aimed at eight to ten-year-olds and oaver.
But that's exactly what's on offer for anyone willing to take on the challenge of becoming a Cub Scout leader.
An eight-year-old boy was told he could not become a Cub Scout after he refused to pledge allegiance to the Queen on religious grounds.
Matthew McVeigh objected to the Cub Scout Promise - which includes the line: "I promise to do my duty to God and the Queen" - on religious grounds.
SARAH MILLS, 21, of Aberystwyth - Cub Scout Leader I started my Scouting life within the Guide Association, joining Rainbows aged six and moving through Brownies and Guides.
9 Color Guard was chosen best color guard; and Cub Scout Pack 2 was best youth group (non-float).
He was a Cub Scout and earned the Arrow of Light award, earned 25 merit badges and, in 2003, participated in a backpack trip at Philmost Scout Ranch in New Mexico.