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Lions are our newest den! They are kindergarten (or age 5) scouts. They, like other scouts, are in their own den of boys of girls in the same grade.
To advance to Tiger, a Lion must first complete five required adventures and may also choose elective adventures as well. These are tailored to kindergarten-aged youth and their adult partners.

Each time an adventure is completed, at the next ceremony, the Lion will receive a metal belt loop to wear with their uniform.

Visit the official BSA Lion site for more details.

Tigers are our first grade (or age 6) scouts. They, like other scouts, are in their own den of boys of girls in the same grade.

To advance to Wolf, a Tiger must first complete their Bobcat requirements to prove s/he has the basic knowledge of a Cub Scout, and then must complete six required adventures and at least one elective adventure.

Each time an adventure is completed, at the next ceremony, the Tiger will receive a metal belt loop to wear with their uniform.

Wolves are our second grade (or age 7) scouts. They, like other scouts, are in their own den of boys or girls in the same grade.  

To advance to Bear, a Wolf must first complete six required adventures and at least one elective adventure.

Each time an adventure is completed, at the next ceremony, the Wolf will receive a metal belt loop to wear with their uniform.

Bears are our third grade (or age 8) scouts. They, like other scouts, are in their own den of boys and girls in the same grade.

To advance to Webelos, a Bear must first complete six required adventures and at least one elective adventure.

Each time an adventure is completed, at the next ceremony, the Bear will receive a metal belt loop to wear with their uniform.

Webelos are our fourth and fifth grade (or age 9-10) scouts. They, like other scouts, are in their own den of boys and girls in the same grade.

Advancing beyond Webelos usually means bridging over into Boy Scouts, but a Webelos may continue to work towards the Arrow Of Light, the highest rank a Cub Scout can achieve. To advance beyond Webelos, the scout must complete five required adventures and at least two elective adventures.

Each time an adventure is completed, at the next ceremony, the Webelos will receive a pin to wear with their Webelos colors.

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