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  • ...res Scouts to learn the [[Scout Promise]] and [[Scout Law]], and visit one meeting and one activity of a Boy Scout troop, in preparation for advancing to the ...r sports program, according to guidelines determined by the Varsity Coach, meeting attendance requirements and showing [[Scout Spirit]].
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  • ...resides over the pack's council meetings. It is at such a meeting that the pack adopts the human cub Mowgli as one of its own and Akela becomes one of Mowg ...f who becomes too old to hunt is traditionally driven out or killed by his pack. Akela is far from decrepit, but the young wolves deliberately drive a youn
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  • ...graph - News - Computing, faith and even PR, the Scout badges leading the pack | publisher =telegraph.co.uk | date =[[2006-07-09]] | accessdate =2006-08- ...graph - News - Computing, faith and even PR, the Scout badges leading the pack | publisher =telegraph.co.uk | date =[[2006-07-09]] | accessdate =2006-08-
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  • ...s of interest. If the Scouts wanted to visit a different area, they would pack up their gear, hoist it onto [[burro]]s, and hike to another base camp. Ev By meeting the challenge of Philmont, participants are considered to be worthy of awar
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  • ...former Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia on November 24, 1951 at a meeting held in Zagreb, now in Croatia. Individual branches were created for each c ...ven to ten, and is a [[coeducational]] section (boys and girls in the same pack). Most Scout Groups have at least two Cub packs, many of which are led by S
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  • ...a, Daruvar, Krapina, and Krk. The terms then used were vod (patrol), jato (pack), četa (troop), stjeg (group), and for members: skaut, planinka (girl Scou ...Gore|Savez Izviđača Jugoslavije]], was founded on November 24, 1951 at a meeting held in Zagreb. The Scout movement grew and thrived until the Yugoslav brea
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  • ...former Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia on November 24, 1951 at a meeting held in Zagreb, now in Croatia. Individual branches were created for each c ...PG|left|thumb|280px|The ''Bosko Buha'' Scouts were the hosts of the second meeting of Scouts from the [[Zlatibor]] region, and represented [[Prijepolje]] and
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  • ...former Federal Socialist Republic of Yugoslavia on November 24, 1951 at a meeting held in Zagreb, now in Croatia. Individual branches were created for each c ...ven to ten, and is a [[coeducational]] section (boys and girls in the same pack). Most Scout Groups have at least two Cub packs, many of which are led by S
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  • ...tween Scout Groups, especially when there is only a small distance between meeting locations. Typically, there are around 10 active Scout Groups in a District ...ast a [[Joey Scouts (Australia)|Joey Scout]] mob, [[Cub Scouts|Cub Scout]] pack, [[Scouts (Australia)|Scout]] troop, [[Venturer Scouts (Australia)|Venturer
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  • ...outs (Boy Scouts of America)|Webelos]]), is that of the leader of the wolf pack in the book.<ref name="junglebookhist">{{cite web | last = Dowling | first ...within the organization. Lay members commonly hold part-time roles such as meeting helpers, committee members and advisors, though there are a small number of
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  • ...to meet. In a meeting place can [[patrol]]s and [[cub pack]]s have their [[meeting]]s.
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  • ...hall) and share a common name. Generally Scout Groups are split into a Cub Pack, a Scout Troop and possibly a Rover Crew. Large Groups may have more than o ...increasing responsibility depending on age as they advance through the Cub Pack.
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  • ...lled [[Akela]]. Akela is the Den leader at Den meetings; The Cubmaster at Pack meetings; the Teacher at school, or the parent at home. Cub Scouts have a d Like Scout Troops, Cub Scouts are assigned to small teams within the Pack. Baden-Powell named the team [[Six]], which refers to the six members in e
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  • ...g the 1970s, two key and popular facilities were built: the Dorothy Hughes Pack Holiday Centre for [[Cub Scout]]s and the Colquhoun International Centre fo === Dorothy Hughes Pack Holiday Centre ===
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  • During a roundtable meeting in January 2007, it has been noted that flushable toilets are being install <i>PACK up your duffle<br />
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  • ...h to be a Girl Guide. It met for the first time on [[1937-06-09]]. At this meeting, Princess Elizabeth was elected second of the Kingfisher Patrol with [[Patr A Brownie Pack was also opened at the same time for [[Princess Margaret]]. It had 14 membe
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  • ...d the local Girls Scout troops to use the building and currently Cub Scout Pack 3024 and Girl Scout Troop 454 use the building.<ref name=AHPP/>
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  • In 1934, the last meeting of the association took place. Shortly after, the voluntary liquidation fol *The Scout group ''Rüppurr'' and the Cub Scout pack ''Zeisige'' in Karlsruhe joined the ''Reichsschaft Deutscher Pfadfinder''
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  • ...tion of WOSM, the World Scout Committee considered this application at its meeting on [[29 February]]-[[2 March]], 2008, and recommended that it be accepted. ..., serviced by way of USAGSO headquarters in New York; as well as Cub Scout Pack 3980 and Boy Scout Troop 980, both of Kiev, linked to the [[Direct Service]
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