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180925 Cubs

We welcomed Oliver to the Pack meeting and hope that he will very soon feel at home with us. 

Tonight the Pack took part in the second of two weeks of work towards the Cycling Activity Badge which has been supported by Evans Cycles.  This evening the cubs had a chance to actually have a go at some cyclist training aided by a County Cycling Coach, Justin King, of the Crawley Wheelers Club [] together with his young son and daughter.  The Cubs were also shown how to properly fit and wear a cycling helmet and, because it was getting rather dark towards the end of the evening, the importance of wearing a reflective jacket!

The Cubs also enjoyed game of “cat and mouse” and “shoot the blueberry!”

Each week the Cubs will be able to earn points for their six.  This can be by winning games, being helpful, attending church parade, brining in stamps, coins and milk bottle tops (we collect these for charity) or for being the first six ready (and quiet) for an activity.

Points were awarded tonight as above and the totals to-date are as follows:

  • Blue Six – 100
  • Green Six – 50
  • Orange Six – 150
  • Red Six – 200
  • White Six – 100
  • Yellow Six – 150

Paul Masters.  25th September 2018

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