If there are different
religious communities in your area, perhaps the Cub Scouts could do
a survey of the places of worship. These could include churches of various
denominations as well as places of worship for different religions.
The Cub Scouts
could undertake a survey of the religions represented in the Pack
or in their class at school.
Leaders to come along and show the Cub Scouts some artefacts from
their religious community. One or two of the Cub Scouts could also
tell the religious Leaders about Scouting - and explain why they wear
their badges and what is involved in becoming a Cub Scout.
Like The Scout
Association in the United Kingdom, Scouting in Uganda is an open Association,
therefore, young people from different faiths and denominations come