The Wolf Cub program was originated by ‘The Boy Scouts Association’ in the United Kingdom in 1916 to provide a program for boys who were too young to be Boy Scouts. It is a program designed for boys in grades 1-5 depending on the national organization to which they belong. It emphasizes the core Boy Scout values of responsibility, citizenship, physical fitness, faith, and respect. The adventure begins with Tiger Cubs – a program of fun indoor and outdoor activities just right for a boy who is in first grade. A participant in the program is called a Cub. A group of Cubs is called a ‘Pack’.
This is a picture of ‘St. John Wolf Cub and no other information is available about the members of the ‘pack’ and where the picture was taken.