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Each boy remains in the Wolf den until he turns nine, at which time he joins the Bear den.
When he turns ten, he joins the Webelos den and works on requirements for the Webelos badge and/or the Arrow of Light Award.
The Arrow of Light is the highest rank awarded to Cub Scouts, but the only prerequisite is that the boy must earn the Bobcat badge when he first joins the pack.
There is no prerequisite of having to earn the Wolf, Bear, or Webelos badge in order to earn the Arrow of Light.
When he turns eleven, he will join the ward’s Boy Scout troop.
Cub Scouting in LDS-sponsored units is a family-centered program designed for boys ages eight through ten.
The boys are introduced to Scouting at age eight when they join the Wolf den of their ward’s Cub Scout pack.
A new Cub Scout begins by earning his Bobcat badge.
During his first year, the eight-year-old meets weekly with his den and works toward completing the requirements for the Wolf badge.
The Wolf handbook has requirements that relate to the monthly Cub Scout themes.
The Cub Scout will work on the requirements for that month’s particular “adventure belt loop” during den meetings and at home with his family.
There are usually two or thee den meetings (one of which might be an outing) prior to the pack meeting, which is held at the end of the month.
Families attend the pack meetings to support their Cub Scout as he performs and is recognized for his accomplishments that month.