Pack 54 Cub Scouts Earn Religious Emblems
The Cub Scouts of Pack 54 Woodbury earn recognition for their accomplishments during the year in their progress of advancement in the Cub Scout program. During Cub Scout advancement Scouts routinely recite the Cub Scout Promise.
The Cub Scout Promise:
I promise to do my best,
God and my country,
To help other people, and
To obey the Law of the pack.
Some of the Cub Scouts and their parents have taken on a voluntary extended part of the Scouting program that only about 1% of Scouts Nationwide attempt to complete.
The Religious Emblems Program is a program where Scouts take on a wide range of additional activities in order to discover the presence of God in their daily lives. The program helps Scouts develop a increased positive self image through to contributions they make to their Family, Church, and Community.
The following Cub Scouts of Pack 54 have completed the program under the guidance of their Parents and local Church Leaders. Information supplied as authorized by the Parents of the Scouts.
The attached picture is after the recognition ceremony at the Cathedral of Saint Joseph in Hartford, Connecticut on April 29th 2012. A total of 7 Cub Scouts of Pack 54 completed the requirements of the Religious Emblem Program in 2011-2012.
Ben Boucher attends the Shrine of St Anne, Waterbury
Tommy Harrison, Sean Coyle, Jason Zulpa, Joseph Klonis
attend St Teresa's of Woodbury
Harry Bogosian attends Church of the Nativity of
Andy King attends United Methodist Church of Woodbury (missing from the photo)