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What is POW WOW?
POW WOW is a supplemental, action-packed training event for adult Cub Scout leaders, pack committee members, parents of Cub Scouts and just Cub Scout-interested persons. You’ll spend the day learning new ideas and concepts, and having hands-on experiences that will enhance your ability to deliver and support a fun-filled, exciting program to Cub Scout boys.
Who Should Attend POW WOW?
All registered adult Cub Scout leaders, potential leaders, and interested parents should come to POW WOW. That would include: Cubmasters and their assistants; Tiger den leaders, their assistants and parent partners; Wolf, Bear, and Webelos leaders and their assistants; Pack committee members and activity/event chairpersons; and anyone who wants to learn more about how to have a better Cub Scout program. Oh! And let’s not forget chartered organization representatives (COR), you are invited too.
Training sessions are on relevant topics for every Cub Scout position and will help you become a better leader while making your Cub Scout program more fun for the boys ... and you too!
POW WOW 2013
Saturday November 16, 2013
Annandale High School, Annandale, VA
Be on the lookout for
UNTRAINED AND UNDERTRAINED
CUB SCOUT LEADERS
Individuals vary in height and weight, and sometimes wearing olive pants and tan shirts with blue tabs on their shoulders. They pose as wives or husbands, mothers or fathers, and may have sons in Cub Scouting. They gather once a week in houses, schools, churches, or other places with youth dressed in blue uniforms wearing baseball-type blue caps and neckerchiefs of different designs. Once a month they may get together because they need more information on Cub Scouting. They have an interest in character development, citizenship training, and physical fitness, and doing things that are fun for America's boys.
Although unarmed, they may be untrained or untrained … and could be DANGERIOUS!
We are rounding-up these notorious adults for a day of training and fellowship at Annandale High School, in Annandale, Virginia on Saturday, November 16, 2013.