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Pack 633 meets at

New Kirk Presbyterian Church
491 Langford Rd
Blythewood, SC 29016

We meet on Mondays from 6:00-7:00pm

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Welcome to Blythewood, SC's Cub Scout Pack 633

Cub Scout Bobcat Badge Requirements

    Regardless of what grade a young man is in when he joins Cub Scouts, the Bobcat Rank is the first one earned by everyone. The Bobcat Rank teaches the Scout Oath and the Scout Law, the foundations that we want our young men to carry with them over the course of a lifetime.

    Here are the requirements for helping your Scout along the Bobcat trail. These requirements are also available on this page in PDF format for download and printing.

To earn the Bobcat rank the new Cub Scout does the following:

  1. Learn and say the SCOUT OATH, with help if needed:

"On my honor, I will do my best
To do my duty to God and my Country and to obey the Scout Law;
To help other people at all times;
To keep myself physically strong, mentally awake, and morally straight. "

  1. Learn and say the Scout Law, with help if needed.

"A Scout is:
Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful
Friendly, Courteous, Kind
Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty
Brave, Clean, and Reverent."

  1. Show the CUB SCOUT SIGN.  Tell what it means.

    Make the sign with your right hand and with your arm held straight up. The two fingers stand for the Scout Oath and the Scout Law. They look like a wolf's ears ready to listen to Akela. Give the Cub Scout Sign when you say the Scout Oath or Scout Law.

  2. Show the CUB SCOUT HANDSHAKE. Tell what it means.

    Using your right hand, place your first two fingers along the inside of the other scout's wrist. This means that you help each other remember and obey the Scout Oath and Law.
  3. Say the CUB SCOUT MOTTO.

"Do Your Best"

  1. Give the CUB SCOUT SALUTE.  Tell what it means.

    Point your first two fingers of your right hand out straight and close together. Touch the tips of the fingers to your cap or if not wearing a cap then to your eyebrow. A salute is a way to show respect. When you salute a leader (either adult or other scout), you show him or her that you respect their position. When you salute the flag, you show that you are proud of your country.
  2. With your parent or guardian, complete the exercises in the booklet, How to Protect Your Children from Child Abuse. This booklet is a part of every Cub Scout Handbook, and should be used to fulfill this requirement.


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Cub Scout Bobcat Requirements 2015.pdf Cub Scout Bobcat Requirements for 2015