Which activities are requirements for citizens?
Mandatory Duties of U.S. Citizens
- Obeying the law. Every U.S. citizen must obey federal, state and local laws, and pay the penalties that can be incurred when a law is broken.
- Paying taxes.
- Serving on a jury when summoned.
- Registering with the Selective Service.
What is the Webelos rule of law?
Make sure they know that rule of law means : -Laws apply to everyone, both government officials and private citizens -Laws are clear and fair and are evenly applied -Laws respect basic rights like people’s security. -The way laws are created is open and fair.
Can you earn AOL without Webelos?
Once a Scout enters the 5th grade – focus needs to be on the AOL requirements. They can work on Webelos but they need to prioritize the AOL ones. And once AOL is earned Webelos cannot be earned, Webelos has to be earned first.
Is Webelos rank required for Arrow of Light?
The Webelos badge is not required for Arrow of Light.
What does citizenship mean in scouting?
Cub Scouts learn about the true spirit of Scouting this month as they show an act of goodwill by being good citizens providing a service for someone in need during the colder months. Citizenship means contributing service and showing responsibility to local, state, and national communities.
How is scouting different in other countries?
Scouting in other countries is largely non-religious whereas, in the US, one of the points of the Scout Law is that a scout is reverent. However, the BSA is officially “nonsectarian in its attitude toward that religious training.”
What is the Arrow of Light?
The Arrow of Light award is the highest Cub Scout award available. The award goes to Cub Scouts who have completed the Webelos rank and prepares them to become members of a Scouts BSA troop. Arrow of Light is its own rank, marking a milestone in a Cub Scout’s growth.