2012-04-05 / Outdoors

Arrow of Light Crossover Ceremony



Following a powerful Arrow of Light/ Crossover Ceremony by members of the Potawatomi Chapter of the Order of the Arrow, six area Webelos crossed over to Boy Scouts during a ceremony held on March 29, at the First Baptist Church. Top: Scouts listen intently during the ceremony. Middle: Scouts proudly display the arrow they received during the Arrow of Light ceremony. The Arrow of Light is the highest award offered in Cub Scouts and is the only Cub Scout award authorized to be worn on Boy Scout and leader uniforms. The arrows were crafted from local materials and donated by primitive archer, Dana Montgomery. Pictured with Webelos leader Dean Wood are (from left to right) Caleb Howard, Levi Lakosky, Jacob Maki, Darren Hicks, Matthew Wood and Aaron Hutchinson. Right: Existing Boy Scouts from Pack 400 welcome the newest members to their troop. Welcoming Scouts on the left include Matt Block, Caleb Swanson and John Seeley. 
(Submitted photos) Following a powerful Arrow of Light/ Crossover Ceremony by members of the Potawatomi Chapter of the Order of the Arrow, six area Webelos crossed over to Boy Scouts during a ceremony held on March 29, at the First Baptist Church. Top: Scouts listen intently during the ceremony. Middle: Scouts proudly display the arrow they received during the Arrow of Light ceremony. The Arrow of Light is the highest award offered in Cub Scouts and is the only Cub Scout award authorized to be worn on Boy Scout and leader uniforms. The arrows were crafted from local materials and donated by primitive archer, Dana Montgomery. Pictured with Webelos leader Dean Wood are (from left to right) Caleb Howard, Levi Lakosky, Jacob Maki, Darren Hicks, Matthew Wood and Aaron Hutchinson. Right: Existing Boy Scouts from Pack 400 welcome the newest members to their troop. Welcoming Scouts on the left include Matt Block, Caleb Swanson and John Seeley. (Submitted photos)

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