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A Cub Scout Den Flag
A Cub Scout Den Flag

A Den is a small group of a Cub Scouts in a Cub Scout Pack, ideally six to ten boys in size. Cub Scouts are assigned dens based on grade: Tiger Cub (first-graders), Wolf (second-graders), or Bear (third-graders). Fourth & fifth grade Webelos Dens are called Webelos Patrols. Dens usually meet weekly.

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A Dens is not like a Patrol

A Cub Scout Den is very different from a Boy Scout Patrol. A den is run by an adult Den Leader with the aid of Assistant Den Leader(s). In Cub Scouts, the Den Leader plans, organizes, and runs den meetings and activities with the help of an Assistant Den Leader, Den Chief, and Denner. The Den Chief is a Boy Scout appointed to help the den. The Denner is a Cub Scout elected by the boys. The Den Leader represents the den at adult Den Leader Meetings.

In Boy Scouts, the boys elect a member of their Patrol as their Patrol Leader who plans, organizes, and runs Patrol meetings and activities. The Patrol Leader represents the patrol at boy-led Patrol Leaders' Council meetings.

Webelos Patrol

A Webelos Patrol is a type of Cub Scout Den that helps provide the transition from Cub Scouts into Boy Scouts. The boys in a Webelos Den are given more responsibility, but the Webelos Den Leader still plans, organizes, and runs the den meetings and activities. The Webelos Patrol chooses their own patrol name and patrol patch that they wear on their uniform. In addition each Webelos Patrol also designs their own patrol flag.

Key Den Leaders

Each Den should have the following key leaders:

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