We have three type of Tiger meetings:
1 )Tiger Den meeting on Tuesday (once or twice a month check the Activity Schedule.
2) Family Pack meeting the last Tuesday of the Month, check the Activity Schedule.
3) Optional Family Outings on Sat. outing on Sat. or Sunday. Check the Activity Schedule.
Check the Pack 373's full Activity Schedule for changes
Please come to Tiger Den meeting and Family
Outing are optional, but fun family events.
Each Year Camp Trask in Monrovia hold a Tiger Day camp:
Tiger Cub Safari Flyer Camp Trask Monrovia, Sat. 9:00am to 4:00pm Map to Trask
Date and Cost For our Tigers (boy grade) and Partners.
Photos of the 2000 Tiger Cub Safari Day Camp at Trask
This is a great outing with craft, song, short Nature hike and
lots of other things 1st grade boys love to do.
Tiger Cubs is a family oriented program for the first grade or 7 year-old
boys and an adult partner, who participates with him. The program stresses
activity, and positive relationship building between
the boy and the adult as well as his Tiger Cub Den.
The boy and the adult are introduced to Scouting and
strongly encouraged to graduate to a Wolf Scouts.
Each Tiger Cub den is part of Cub Scout Pack 373.
Den meetings could be a field trip, like our tour of the Fire Station
or old house in SM.
or learning activities and Games in a Den meeting.
The Tiger Cub and his family are also encouraged to attend
the monthly Cub Scout pack meeting, see the Activity Schedule.
The Tiger Cub uniform consists
of Cub Shirt. A optional Tiger Cub cap is also available.
A Tiger Paw worn on a belt, is given by the Pack and has four strands for beads.
A boy earns beads by working on the five Tiger Cub achievements.
The Tiger Cub badge is presented in a pack ceremony and the boy wears the
badge in the recessed area of the Tiger Cub belt Paw.
Cub Scout Tiger Cub Rank
After earning the Tiger Cub badge, a boy is encouraged to work on the elective activities in his book.
Boys may work on electives at the same time as achievements, but a boy can't receive Tiger electives until he has earned the Tiger Cub badge.
Cub Scout Tiger Cub Electives
The Cub Scout salute means you respect our
country's flag or the leader you are saluting. Salute with your right hand.
If you are wearing your Cub Scout cap, place your two fingers on the brim.
If you do not have on a cap, place your two fingers over your eyebrow.
CUB SCOUT SIGN.
Make this sign with your right hand. Hold
your arm up straight. do not bend your elbow. The two fingers stand for
the two points of the promise: to help other people and to obey.
When you say the Cub Scout Promise or the Law of the Pack, give the Cub Scout sign.
The Boy Scouts of America wants you and your boy to:
1.Have fun together.
2.Know one another.
4.Get along together.
For Tigers, there are NO performance requirements for a boy. Simply
participating and doing one's best in an activity constitutes completion.
Then at the end of May the scouts start
working on the Wolf Rank Book trail.
Old Tiger Program - pre 2001
Click her for 1998-1999 Tiger Photos, Den 1
Old program 2001 to 2014Tiger Rank
Pack 373 Cub Scout Tiger - Bobcat - Wolf - Bear - Webelos - Boy Scouts
Pack 373 Picture Gallery Pack Activity Schedule