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  1. Arrow of Light Award Pin

    Arrow of Light Award Pin

    $3.69
    Begin your collection of rank pins with the Arrow of Light pin. The highest award in Cub Scouts is earned by Webelos that have been active participants in their den and are ready to join a Boy Scout troop. Many requirements for the Arrow of Light are intended to familiarize the scout with a local troop and show him that crossing over is the next step to take in scouting. A scout that earns his Arrow of Light has also completed nearly all the requirements to earn the Scout badge so he has already begun his Boy Scout trail. Brass pin measures 2 1/8” x 5/8” with a double clutch back. Learn More
  2. Asian-American Spirit of Scouting Award Pin

    Asian-American Spirit of Scouting Award Pin

    $5.75
    Die-struck copper lapel pin with antiqued gold finish includes tie-tack back. Measures 13/16" diameter. Optional item to be presented to individuals receiving the service award. Item is restricted to councils only. Learn More
  3. Bear National Summer Time Award Pin

    Bear National Summer Time Award Pin

    $1.39
    A pack can earn the National Summertime Pack Award by doing one activity each in June, July and August. Pack members who participate in all 3 events are eligible for the award pin to wear on the right pocket flap of their uniform. This new series of awards is approximately 3/4" in diameter and features a different color border for each rank in Cub Scouting. Learn More
  4. Blue & Gold Flashing Pin

    Blue & Gold Flashing Pin

    Original Price:$1.99 Current Price: $1.48
    Add some pizzazz to your Blue & Gold banquets with our new flashing magnet pin. Cubs will love these fun pins with a gold ribbon, silver FDL, and white stars on a blue background, with flashing red lights. They easily attach with strong magnets, leaving no holes in clothes or caps. It's a party for your lapel. Learn More
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