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Cub Scout Pack 103 holds Arrow of Light ceremony

April 11, 2011
  • Back row, from left, Assistant Scoutmaster Dan Klein, Scoutmaster Mark Forrest, Order of the Arrow Ceremony Team Gabe Martin, Seth Martin, Ben Henneberger, David Mellott, Zach Campbell, Austin Huff, Assistant Scoutmaster Donald Mason and Webelos Den Leader Beth Forrest. Front row, Scouts Adam Harbert, Thomas Forrest, Cade Thuman, Josef Perez, Cole Thuman, Parker Tribble, Geoffrey Souza, Cameron Waley, Justin Smith, Timothy Mason and Amid Kamara.
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Webelos of Cub Scout Pack 103 received their Arrow of Light awards April 4.  

The Arrow of Light is the highest award in Cub Scouting.

Earning the award can take up to two years for Scouts to complete.

The Scouts were rewarded with their badge, a pin for their mother, and an arrow for them to keep and remember their Cub Scout career.

The Scouts then crossed over into their new Boy Scout Troop, Troop 103.  

Both groups are chartered by the Rotary Club of Long Meadows.

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