Each pack is encouraged to use the Tiger Pocket Certificate card to recognize each Cub Scout as he earns the rank of Tiger. And this item, providing eight certificates per sheet, enables each unit to print information using their own computer.
Each card includes spaces for Cub Scout’s name, den number or den name, pack number, date earned, and signatures of den leader and Cubmaster. Card should be completed using an ink pen. Learn More
This wall certificate is presented to a Cub Scout upon Pack Graduation, usually as part of a Blue & Gold ceremony.
Certificate reads: “This is to certify that (SCOUT) is graduating from Pack ____ of ____ on (DATE) and has achieved the ____ rank. This certificate is presented with the best wishes of every member of his Cub Scout pack.”
Certificate is to be signed by Den Leader, Cubmaster, and Pack Committee Chair. Measures approximately 8" x 10" after perforated edge is removed. Learn More
This new Cub Scout program contains a series of “adventures” which Cub Scouts (individually and as part of their den) will experience while working on their badge of rank. Once a Cub Scout has completed the six core adventures—including one on “Duty to God” and one of his den’s choosing—he will have earned his badge of rank. Learn More
Each pack is encouraged to use the Bobcat Pocket Certificate card to recognize each Cub Scout as he earns the rank of Bobcat. This recognition takes place during the monthly pack meeting.
This item provides a sheet of 8 pocket certificates, perforated for convenience and ease of printing on home computers.
Each card includes spaces for Cub Scout’s name, den number or den name, pack number, date earned, and signatures of den leader and Cubmaster. Card should be completed using ink. Learn More