The Cub patch is awarded to any Girl Scout who attends a Cub Foods booth and exhibits good booth behavior.
Money Management is one of the five skills girls learn through participating in the Girl Scout Cookie Program. Girls will demonstrate what they are learning about money management at Cub by calculating the cost of an order, encouraging additional purchases, and counting back change. When Cub staff see girls exhibiting skills like these at their booth, they will present them with a special Cub Patch that celebrates Girl Scouts River Valleys' special partnership and support from Cub Foods.
- Patches are handed out by Cub staff during or after a Cub booth shift
- Cub staff may choose to withhold Cub patches if they don’t observe good booth behavior
- One Cub Patch per Girl Scout, per season
We want to hear your Cub stories and celebrate this amazing partnership! Send an email to email@example.com with photos and/or a story about your Cub booth experience for the chance to be featured in our communications and shared with our awesome partners at Cub.
Money Management: Takes cookie orders, handles customers’ money, and gains valuable and practical life skills around financial literacy.