April’s Core Value is Faith and the supplemental theme is Cub Scouts Give Thanks. While I could have chosen the Religious Emblem as our achievement of the month, I decided against it as it is generally not a craft-friendly award and the requirements are different based on faith. This months Achievement of the Month is Tiger #5: Let’s Go Outdoors, which features the Character Connection for Faith.
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This post will be the first in our “Achievement of the Month” series. Every month we will highlight an award or achievement that relates to that particular month’s core value or theme as well as crafts that can be completed as part of the requirements for that achievement or award.