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'''[[Fast Tracks|Fast Tracks on the Advancement Trail]]''' is a series of [[den]] meeting plans (two den meetings per month) designed to be used in conjunction with the youth handbooks. By following the these plans, active Scouts can earn their [[Tiger]], [[Wolf]], [[Bear]], or [[Webelos]] rank by February, usually in time for the [[Blue & Gold Banquet]]. After these meetings, Scouts continue to meet to work on other electives and [[Belt Loops and Pins]] through the rest of the year. All Cub Scouts must first earn their [[Bobcat Badge]].
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'''[[Fast Tracks|Fast Tracks on the Advancement Trail]]''' is a series of [[den meeting]] plans (two den meetings per month) designed to be used in conjunction with the youth handbooks. By following the these plans, active Scouts can earn their [[Tiger]], [[Wolf]], [[Bear]], or [[Webelos]] rank by February, usually in time for the [[Blue & Gold Banquet]]. After these meetings, Scouts continue to meet to work on other electives and [[Belt Loops and Pins]] through the rest of the year. All Cub Scouts must first earn their [[Bobcat Badge]].
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Fast Tracks on the Advancement Trail is a series of den meeting plans (two den meetings per month) designed to be used in conjunction with the youth handbooks. By following the these plans, active Scouts can earn their Tiger, Wolf, Bear, or Webelos rank by February, usually in time for the Blue & Gold Banquet. After these meetings, Scouts continue to meet to work on other electives and Belt Loops and Pins through the rest of the year. All Cub Scouts must first earn their Bobcat Badge.

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