100 days to the SCOUTS South Africa International Akela 2016! As we are celebrating 100 years of Cubbing worldwide we interviewed 100 Cubs throughout South Africa and asked them Why Cubbing Rocks?
Over the next 100 days we will publish one of the interviews every day. We are kicking off with a very special Cub from Limpopo. We spoke to Khali Ndabambi (7) from the 1st Shiluvane Cub Pack.
SSA: Why is Cubbing so much fun?
Cubbing is fun because I am very quick in learning all the new things and I am the youngest in my Six.
SSA: What was your best experience with Cubs?
The day when we made handcraft using wool and sticks. It was nice I still have it in my room.
SSA: What is the weirdest thing you ate outdoors?
The weirdest thing I ate outdoors was biltong especially the one made with chicken
SSA: What was the toughest challenge at Cubs?
The toughest challenge was playing soccer with the older boys.
SSA: What was the most amazing place you visited with Cubs?
Letaba River Lodge because they allowed us to touch the animals.
SSA: Can you name a few things you have learnt by being a Cub?
I learnt the Cub prayer, the grand howl, home safety and the Jungle Book story.
SSA: What things have you done with Cubs to help people in your community?
Cleaning the creche and playing there helped people in my community.
SSA: What did you teach your mum that you learned at Cubs?
I taught my mum the Grand Howl.
SSA: What makes a good Akela?
Someone who doesn’t shout at children and is willing to share her games with us.
SSA: Why is your Akela special?
My Akela is sweet and always has new fun and exciting things to do with us.
Cubbing Rocks because … It makes us COOL!
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