A Cub Scout Recipe
York Adams Council
Setting: Have boys dressed in chef outfits (aprons, chef
hats, etc) working at a kitchen table with a large soup pot.
Inside the soup pot is the pack flag or a facsimile of it. Print
out each ingredient on a large (8-1/2 by 11) sheet that can
be propped up as it is read off. Then, as the directions are
being said, the "chefs" add them to the soup pot. At the
end of the directions, when the "servings" amount is being
read, have boys pull out the flag and hold it up for
everyone to see.
Narrator: Tonight we gather again to celebrate Cub
Scouting and to enjoy the company of one another.
Looking through the Baden-Powell Cookbook, we found
this easy-to-follow recipe for a fun-filled, exciting program:
· 1 super Pack with lots of Dens
· 5 levels of Cub Scouts - Tiger Wolf, Bear, 1st-year
Webelos and 2nd-year Webelos
· Den Leaders as needed
· 1 Committee of helpful adults
· 1 fun-loving Cubmaster with Assistants
· Many, many parents to make it happen
Combine boys of each Cub Scout level into Dens to form
strong Pack. Add Den Leaders to give guidance. Line with
Committee Members. Add in Cubmaster until well worn.
Fold in assistants. Top with willing, giving parents. Cook
in Pack Meeting room until everyone has had a great time.
This recipe serves all Cub Scouts in Pack [number] and
their families.

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