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Pack Calls

There are a number of calls that you must know and understand if you are to be a Timber Wolf. You must learn and know the following:

"PACK"  When you hear this called by a Leader, you must be immediately be silent, you must stop what you are doing and you must listen to what the Leader is saying.

 

"PACK, PACK, PACK"  Whatever you are doing when you hear a Leader call "Pack, Pack, Pack" you must answer right away by yelling a drawn-out P-a-c-k", and run to form the Council Circle.

 

Hand Signals

 Your Leaders will show you a number of hand signals that you must know. The most important of them is the "Silent Signal". If you see one of your leaders raise their hand above their head making the Timber Wolf Sign, you must freeze in position and await instructions on what to do next.

 

The Council Circle

 

When the wolf pack met in the jungle, Akela, the old wolf, stood on a great rock and the pack sat in a circle around it. Your Timber Wolf Pack will form a circle around your Akela so you can perform the Grand Howl as a salute. Your Pack Totem is also put in the center of the Council Circle.

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