January 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
| Volume 13, Issue 6
February 2007 Theme
Theme: Aloha, Cub Scouts
Scholar & Engiineer
Tiger Cub Activities
See also USS Utah ceremony in Openings. CD
St Louis Area Council
Why do I say A hui hou to the boys in the pack?
It’s a salutation and a way to say goodbye in a positive way.
A hui hou. Let’s all say it together.
(Pause while everyone says it.)
And what does it mean? ‘Till we meet again. A hui hou,
Cub Scouts. I like saying good night this way because I look forward to seeing you all next time.
TRADITIONAL CUB SCOUT AND
BLUE AND GOLD FAVORITES
Blue & Gold
Equipment: One Candle for each den’s table
Arrangement: Have the single candle on each den table lit and all houselights out.
Cubmaster: Cub Scouting is a part of family life in sixty countries around the world. In all these free countries, on an evening such as this, Cub Scouts are joining in a grand howl and repeating the Cub Scout motto. What is the Cub Scout motto?
Cub Scouts: Do your best!
Cubmaster: As we face each other around our Blue and Gold tables, let us look at the candle’s flame and silently thank God for the Cub Scout friendships we are privileged to enjoy. Now, join me in rededicating ourselves to our Cub Scout Promise. (All make the Cub Scout sign and repeat the promise.) I would like to thank everyone for their assistance and participation tonight. And now, may the Greater Master of all Scouts be with you until we meet again. (perform the Cub Scout sign of reverence.)
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