Monday, November 30, 2009

The Highest Honor

Wade has earned Cub Scouting's highest award--The Arrow of Light. He and his buddies, Tanner and Baylen, all received their Arrows of Light on the same night. Our Cubmaster makes a really big deal out of it, and she dresses up in her Indian outfit and does a special face-painting ceremony for them. Each different color she puts on their faces represents a different quality that the boys have developed as they've worked. Honesty, Responsibility, Faith, etc. It's a special night for the boys. Wade was pretty happy, and we are pretty proud of him.

Here they are getting their stripes.

Don't they look cute?!

Just another shot of the painted boys

Wade and his special Arrow of Light plaque.

Congratulations, Wade!!

2 comments:

heath said...

That's awesome that the cubmaster makes it such a cool event for them (although they don't look too enthralled about standing in front of everyone while getting their faces painted).

Lee and Melody said...

Yay Wade! And Yay Marianne Because I Bet Wade Didn't Do It All By Himself! :)

I need to get me a dress like that.