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Supplemental Pack Meeting Themes

These are the supplemental Pack Meeting Themes for the rest of this Scouting year and the next Scouting year.  They are meant to enhance the meaning of the Core Value for each month.

Month Core Value Supplemental Pack Meeting Themes to Enhance the Meaning of the Core Value
Set A
2012 – 2013
September Cooperation Hometown Heroes
October Responsibility Jungle of Fun
November Citizenship 50 Great States
December Respect Holiday Lights
January Positive Attitude Abracadabra
February Resourcefulness Turn Back the Clock
March Compassion Planting Seeds of Kindness
April Faith Cub Scouts Give Thanks
May Health & Fitness Cub Café
June Perseverance Head West Young Man
July Courage Cubs in Shining Armor
August Honesty Kids Against Crime
    Set B
    2013 – 2014
September Cooperation Amazing Games
October Responsibility Down on the Farm
November Citizenship Your Vote Counts
December Respect Passport to Other Lands
January Positive Attitude Lights, Camera, Action
February Resourcefulness Invention Convention
March Compassion Pet Pals
April Faith My Family Tree
May Health & Fitness Destination Parks
June Perseverance Over the Horizon
July Courage The New Frontier
August Honesty Heroes of History
    Set C
    2014 – 2015
September Cooperation Under the Big Top
October Responsibility Dollars and Sense
November Citizenship Give Goodwill
December Respect Stars and Stripes
January Positive Attitude Yes, I Can
February Resourcefulness Litter to Glitter
March Compassion Aware and Care
April Faith Soaring the Skies
May Health & Fitness Backyard Fun
June Perseverance Go for the Gold
July Courage Under the Sea
August Honesty Play Ball

 

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2 Responses to Supplemental Pack Meeting Themes

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    Sheila September 9, 2012 at 20:12 #

    According to this list, set A themes are to be used for 2011-2012. Set B themes are to be used for 2012-2013. The Cub Scout Roundtable Planning Guide for 2012-2013 shows the set A themes to be used for that year (http://www.scouting.org/filestore/training/pdf/511-410_WB.pdf). It appears that we’re not all on the same page. Is there an “official” answer for us to follow. I realize that we can use whatever works best for us; it would just be nice to be able to plan according to what is happening throughout the entire Cub Scout program. Thanks for your help.

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      NetCommish September 10, 2012 at 08:16 #

      Sheila – you are correct. Initially the best information we had was that Set A was to be used in 2011-2012, but for reasons explained in this month’s issue of Baloo’s Bugle the final decision ended up being 2012-2013. I am updating the page now to reflect that decision.