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July 2012 – Honesty

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Honesty defines the moral character of a person perhaps more than any other attribute. We here at the BSA are all about character building, so Michelle Gee, council supplemental training chairman for the Last Frontier Council in Oklahoma City, is bringing us great ideas on giving our Cub Scouts the perfect foundation for building their […]

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July 2012 - Honesty

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Honesty defines the moral character of a person perhaps more than any other attribute. We here at the BSA are all about character building, so Michelle Gee, council supplemental training chairman for the Last Frontier Council in Oklahoma City, is bringing us great ideas on giving our Cub Scouts the perfect foundation for building their own character with this monthly Core Value.

June 2012 – Courage

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Winston Churchill once said, “Courage is what it takes to stand up and speak. Courage is also what it takes to sit down and listen.” So with those words of wisdom, sit back, relax, and join us as we discuss teaching courage to 8-year-olds with the author of the BALOO manual, Cubcast favorite Dennis Kampa.

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June 2012 - STEM and the NOVA Award

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The BSA has partnered with Exxon/Mobil to create a brand new award called the NOVA Award! This new initiative goes hand-in-hand with the new STEM initiative. What’s STEM, you ask? The sooner you click the download button, the sooner Matt Myers, development specialist on the Youth Development Team at the national office in Irving, Texas, can tell us all about it.

May 2012 – Perseverance

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If you’re a regular Cubcast listener (as you should be), you may remember Amy Von Culin from last year’s segment on Compassion. This time, the five-year Cub Scout day camp and Webleos resident camp program director joins us for a delightful discussion about how to engage the boys in fun activities to illustrate the June […]

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May 2012 - Perseverance

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If you’re a regular Cubcast listener (as you should be), you may remember Amy Von Culin from last year’s segment on Compassion. This time, the five-year Cub Scout day camp and Webleos resident camp program director joins us for a delightful discussion about how to engage the boys in fun activities to illustrate the June Core Value: Perseverance.

April 2012 – Health and Fitness

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The Cub Scout motto is “Do your best,” and the best way to accomplish that is to be healthy and fit. BSA National Commissioner Tico Perez joins us to explain the importance of this Core Value and how essential it is for our Cub Scouts to learn that early (without realizing that they are learning […]

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March 2012 – Faith

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There’s a line from an old movie that says, “Faith is believing in something when common sense tells you not too.” Sounds simple enough, right? Maybe. But to help us give our Cub Scouts a deeper understanding of the April core value is council commissioner for the San Diego Imperial Council, Caren Tamkin.

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March 2012 - Cub Scout Planning Tools

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Sssshhhh. If you promise to tell all the Cub leaders you know, Bill Evans will share with us the secret to Cub Leader success. It will make your Cub Leader experience a little easier, too. Bill is a Program Specialist on the Youth Development team at the National Office in Irving, TX and the secret will be revealed right here….on Cubcast.

February 2012 – Compassion

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You have a group of 8-year-old boys coming to the house next week for a den meeting—now what? It will be OK; we understand, and we’re here to help. Joining us to explore the Core Value of compassion is Nancy Ferrell, a Cub Scout leader for over 28 years who had held many volunteer leadership […]

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February 2012 - Compassion

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You have a group of 8-year-old boys coming to the house next week for a den meeting—now what? It will be OK; we understand, and we’re here to help. Joining us to explore the Core Value of compassion is Nancy Ferrell, a Cub Scout leader for over 28 years who had held many volunteer leadership positions in councils all over the country. She currently serves on the Pack Meeting Plan Task Force.

February 2012 – Special Needs Youth

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This segment is the perfect companion topic for the Part 1 segment of Compassion. Even if you don’t have any special-needs boys in your den or pack, we are certain you’ll find it enlightening. Joining us is Carla Bigelow, a 30-year volunteer with the Mount Baker Council in Everett, Wash. Over the past 17 years, […]

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February 2012 - Special Needs Youth

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This segment is the perfect companion topic for the Part 1 segment of Compassion. Even if you don’t have any special-needs boys in your den or pack, we are certain you’ll find it enlightening. Joining us is Carla Bigelow, a 30-year volunteer with the Mount Baker Council in Everett, Wash. Over the past 17 years, Carla has been a foster parent to more than 150 children, most of whom had special needs.

January 2012 – Resourcefulness

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By now you all know that Cubcast is great resource for picking up new ideas for your Den and Pack Meetings, and this month Janet Griffin of Grapevine, TX joins us. With her many years as a Den leader, Webelos Den Leader, and Den Leader Coach, just to name a few of her many Cub […]

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