Optional setup would be to have boys who are to receive awards held in cardboard corrals or chutes until time to receive their awards. At that time, a pack committee member escorts the boy and his parents to the front.
CUBMASTER: Cowboys must practice and work to become the best in the rodeo world. Cub Scouts must work and learn to advance up the Scouting trail. Tonight we will honor boys who have worked hard to reach a higher level on that trail.
(Adapt following dialog to meet the needs of your pack meeting.) We have some new cowboy Cub Scouts here tonight who have never ridden in the Wild and Wolly West before. They are brave and ready to try. They will prove themselves now. (Call names of Bobcat candidates and asks that they come forward with their parents who present them with their badges.) Congratulations! You may now ride with our Pack and earn your spurs by climbing the Cub Scout Trail.
The following boys have worked hard and lassoed the 12 achievements required to become Wolf Scouts. (Read names). We congratulate you Cub Cowboys for your fine work. (Present badges and cards to parents who then present them to their sons.)
These boys rode herd and rounded up 12 more achievements and corralled the Bear rank. (Read names.) We congratulate you Cub Cowboys and your parents. (Present badges and cards to parents who then present them to their sons.) I challenge you to ride even harder and earn arrow points as you prepare to become Webelos Scouts.
The Webelos Scouts who have bulldogged the requirements for activity badges are (Read names). You boys have bulldogged, roped and tied your way through the Cub Scout ranks. Now may you have easy riding towards the Arrow of Light and Scouting beyond. (Present badges and cards to parents who then present them to their sons.)
Congratulations to all of our Cub Scout and Webelos Scout Cowboys!!