On Thursday evening the 250 th Manchester Cub Pack held their last meeting of 2019 at their headquarters on Ellen Street, Droylsden. During the evening, Andrew Morton, the District Commissioner, presented the Cubs with lots of Activity Award Badges. Badges included the Entertainer, Nights Away, 1 and 2, gardener, Swimmer stage 1, Community Impact Awareness, Joining in, Road Safety, Home Help and Local Knowledge.
Andrew also invested four new Cub Scouts into the Pack.
Two Cub Scouts were awarded the Chief Scout Silver Award, which is the
highest award that a Cub Scout can achieve while in the Cub Scout Section,
before moving onto the Scout Section. They also had to complete a number of Challenge Awards to achieve the Silver Award, these included Disability
Awareness Challenge, Skills Challenge, Outdoor Challenge, Personal Challenge, Teamwork Challenge.
The two Cubs Amber and Cassidy said they enjoyed completing the awards and learned many skills that helped them to enjoy life.
Danielle Ives, the Cub Scout Leader, said she was very proud of all the work
they had done over the past year. Andrew said the achievements of the Cubs reflected well on the Leaders and Parents, who encouraged the Cubs to achieve such high standards.