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Available from the [http://www.scoutshop.ca/eSolution/catalogue2/?data=010606&template=1&path_spacer=%26nbsp%3B%26bull%3B%26nbsp%3B&num_cols=3&entry=40 Scout Shop], as well as a [http://www.scouts.ca/handbooks/KIM_Book_Scouts%20Canada.pdf digital download] from Scouts Canada for your reference, The Kim Book provides a good overview of the Cub Scouts  program and the roles of the Kim.
 
Available from the [http://www.scoutshop.ca/eSolution/catalogue2/?data=010606&template=1&path_spacer=%26nbsp%3B%26bull%3B%26nbsp%3B&num_cols=3&entry=40 Scout Shop], as well as a [http://www.scouts.ca/handbooks/KIM_Book_Scouts%20Canada.pdf digital download] from Scouts Canada for your reference, The Kim Book provides a good overview of the Cub Scouts  program and the roles of the Kim.
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The Kim is part of the leadership team that is the liason between Scouts and Cub Scouts. He/she is an older Scout that attends planning sessions, and participates in Pack meetings. If the Pack leaders agree they can help with games and demonstrate Scout skills.

In the novel Kim, written by Rudyard Kipling. Kim is a boy orphaned in India.

In the Pack, a Kim wears her/his Scout uniform with a yellow neckerchief that has on its back the Kim crest, the symbol of his/her connection with the beaver program.

The Kim Book

Available from the Scout Shop, as well as a digital download from Scouts Canada for your reference, The Kim Book provides a good overview of the Cub Scouts program and the roles of the Kim.