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  • n. A member of the junior division of the Boy Scout movement

from WordNet 3.0 Copyright 2006 by Princeton University. All rights reserved.

  • n. a junior Boy Scout


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  • Rader, a father, husband, church deacon and Cub Scout leader, kept his hidden life from his own wife, two kids and friends for three long decades.

    CNN Transcript May 25, 2009

  • He was active in his church, even a Cub Scout leader.

    CNN Transcript Apr 12, 2006

  • He ` s a husband -- take a look at this guy -- husband, father, church member, voted an elder in the church -- I ` ll find out what means -- Cub Scout leader.

    CNN Transcript Feb 28, 2005

  • The letter specifically refers to the experience of Cate and Elizabeth Wirth, a civil-union couple who were turned down as Cub Scout leaders because the are lesbians.

  • Most recently, as reported on December 30, 2009, Cate and Elizabeth Wirth, both legal mothers of their 10 year old son, Dylan, were turned down as volunteer Cub Scout leaders after the local Boy Scouts District Director cited the national policy of the BSA regarding lesbian and gay volunteers, and suggested that the Wirths would "push their lifestyle on the boys."

    The Bilerico Project

  • "We honored the five branches of the armed forces," said Donna Hohman, a Cub Scout leader.

    News for Richmond Times-Dispatch

  • In her earlier years she was an assistant Girl Scout leader and a Cub Scout den mother. Local News

  • According to the probable cause statement, a Cub Scout committee chairperson contacted the sheriff's office on March 13 and said McMillen had written checks for his personal use from the Cub Scout Pack No. 376 bank account.


  • I have participated in Santa Comes to Agoura with Cub Scout unit 3756 and Boy Scout troops

    The Acorn


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