St. Martins Cub Scout Pack conducted its second investiture ceremony for this year on November 18, 2011

 cub scouts receiving pack scarf from parents

      Cub Scouts receiving Pack Scarf from parents

19 new Cubbies made their Cub Scout Promise during a special ceremony conducted in the St. Martins Church joining 19 founding members who were invested on June 12, 2011.

 cub scout receiving world conservation badge 1

   Cub Scout receiving World Conservation badge

Cub Scout Leader Lennox Flowers conducted the investiture ceremony and welcomed the Cub Scouts into the worldwide brotherhood of Scouting.  As part of the program, 24 Cubbies received their Environmental badge after completing the requirements in a number of recycling activities and planting Mahagony seedlings at Camp Oakley.  Also, several community leaders including parents and supporters of the Pack received Certificates of Appreciation for assisting in the development of the Cub Pack.

parent receiving certificate of appreciation 

Parent receiving Certificate of Appreciation

Immediately following the Investiture Ceremony, 34 Cubbies along with the Leaders of the Pack boarded a bus and headed to Camp Oakley for a weekend of fun and camping.

cubbies swimming in the milkyway

          Cubbies swimming in the Milkway pond

At camp they participated in a number of educational activities including a nature hike, sporting events and swimming in the Milkyway pond.

 cubbies by the milkyway

               Cubbies looking on in the Milkway pond

The 11th Belize St. Martins Cub Pack is sponsored by the St. Martins Roman Catholic Parish and is the largest and most active Pack in the Belize district.