Lion Scout Ceremonies
More Lion Scout Information to Use:
Lion Scout Leaders - Responsibilities of the Lion den leader
Lion Scout Adventures - Do five for the Lion program, plus more for extra fun
Lion Scout Activities - great den meeting and pack activity ideas
Lion Scout Awards - see what awards are available to Lion scouts
Lion Scout Ceremonies - a few ceremonies
Cub Scout Games - den or pack games just right for kindergarten scouts
Lion Scout Graces - fun meal graces
Lion Scout Jokes - funny, gross, and silly jokes for scouts
Lion Scout Projects - community or conservation projects for your Lion den
Lion Scout Recipes - easy recipes you can make with your lions for fun snacks
Lion Scout Skits - skits that Lion Scouts like to do
Lion Scout Songs - songs for scouts
Lion Scout Stories - choose stories that Lion scouts will enjoy and understand
Lion Scout Uniform - looking like a Lion den
Jun 02, 2017 - Rockermommy72
Painted Lion Rank Ceremony
Materials: Black, Orange, and Brown Paint
CM: Would the Lion Cubs and their partner please come forward.
CM: For the past few months, you and your family have explored new and exciting things and places. You have taken each part of the Lion Cub program and used it in your home, school, and neighborhood. You and your partner have searched out new activities which have shown you how people work and have fun together.
CM: Do you want to wear the sign of the Lion? If you do, please say "yes".
CM: We will give you the sign of the Lion which will start you on your journey along the Scouting Trail. You will need lots of support from your family as you try to attain Cub Scouting’s' highest honor, the Arrow of Light.
The brown on your forehead is for the courage you showed along the Lion Trail. (Parents paint three vertical stripes on forehead)
The orange on your nose is for sunlight along the Bobcat Trail.
(Parents paint a circle on nose)
The black on your cheeks is for happiness along the Tiger Trail.
(Parents paint two horizontal stripes on each cheek)
Lion Cubs, remember the meaning of your Lion paint. It shows that you are ready to move along the trail of Scouting. Your den leader will now present your Lion Partners with your Lion Badge. Your parents will present you with your badge.
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