Cub Scout Sign

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The Cub Scout sign is made with the right arm held high and straight up above the shoulder, with the index and middle fingers forming a V.

The other fingers are held with the thumb.

The two extended fingers stand for the parts of the Cub Scout Promise, "to help other people" and "to obey." They also stand for the two alert ears of a wolf. This is the sign of Cub Scouts all over the world.

The Cub Scout sign should be given when repeating the Cub Scout Promise or Law of the Pack. It is also used in ceremonies.Source

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