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Cub Pack 443 set for busy holiday season

Cub Scouts of Pack 443, which is sponsored by St. Johnís Lutheran Church, are staying busy and gearing up for the holidays.
In November, some of the boys participated in the Veterans Day parade in Salisbury, Advancement Day, and went to Horizons for a planetarium show.
Each Cub Scout is also participating in Angel Tree by adopting a child and helping to make their Christmas a most special one. In December, they will be attending Webelos Woods.
Scouts are also set for the annual Boy Scout Trails End Popcorn Fundraiser.
Awards given at the last pack meeting included:
Tiger advancements
Ty Buechler: soccer sport program pin
William Engwall: soccer sport program pin
Wolf advancements
Thomas Bristol: yellow bead towards Wolf rank and soccer pin
Riley Dillon: yellow bead towards Wolf rank and soccer pin
Rohan Jagarlumudi: yellow bead towards Wolf rank and soccer pin
Aaron McGrail ń yellow bead towards Wolf rank and soccer pin
Bear advancements
Alex Blumenthal: soccer sports pin;
Ben Blumenthal: soccer sport pin
Keith Corley: soccer sport pin
Michael Hollar: soccer sport pin
Jude Lockhart: red bead towards Bear rank
Quinn Lockhart: red bead towards Bear rank
Seamus Ratcliff: Bobcat badge
Evan Selleck: Bobcat badge
Webelos advancements
Luke Brady: Citizen and Outdoorsman activity badge pins & Citizenship belt loop
Brody Dillon: Citizen activity badge, citizenship belt loop, soccer pin
Cole Dixon: Outdoorsman badge pin
Seth Fink: Citizen and Outdoorsman activity badge pins and Citizenship belt loop
William Nesbitt: Citizen activity badge pin and citizenship belt loop
Gavin Shehan: Citizen and Outdoorsman activity badge pin and citizenship belt loop
Blaine Shellhorn: Citizen activity badge pin, citizenship belt loop and soccer pin
Arrow of Light
Brian Engwall: soccer sport pin
David Holden: soccer sport pin
Harrison Parrott: soccer sport pin
Hans Roemer: Wildlife Conservation belt loop
The Core Value for December is ěRespect,î where the Scouts will develop an appreciation and respect for different families and traditions.
The Core Value for January 2012 is ěPositive Attitude,î where the boys will participate in various activities and come to understand that all things change and they can make a difference in how that change affects their lives. A positive outlook will provide hope and excitement for their future.
Regular Monday night meetings will be held at St. Johnís on Dec. 5 and the pack meeting will be Dec. 12.
The January Monday meetings are Jan. 9, 16 and 23 with the pack meeting on Jan. 30. The Bear den meets from 6:30-7:30 p.m. All other dens meet from 7-8 p.m. in the Fellowship Hall.
If you have any questions concerning Pack 443, contact Jake Parrott, committee chair, or Dave Roof, Cubmaster.

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