Baloo's Bugle

December 2008 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 15, Issue 5
January 2008 Theme

Theme: A-MAZE-ing GAMES
Webelos: Fitness and Scientist
Tiger Cub
Achievement 3

CLOSING CEREMONIES

At the End of the Game

Sam Houston Area Council

Setting 4 Cub Scouts; memorize the verses if possible.

Scene Scouts are in a group on stage, talking among themselves about the pack meeting.

Cub # 1:      G - Getting to play all those games was really fun! We were

Cub # 2:      A - All trying to do our best and win.

Cub # 3:      M - More importantly, we were also playing with our friends, and

Cub # 4:      E - Everyone had a great time!

All              (All four Scouts together) Our pack meeting was amazing!

I Made a Promise

Sam Houston Area Council

Setting 5 Cub Scouts and Cubmaster (CM). Have Cub Scouts memorize their lines, if possible.  Or have each Cub Scout create an appropriate poster and print his lines on the back in LARGE letters.

Scene Scouts in a line

Cub # 1:      I made a promise...I said that whatever I did I would do the best I could.

Cub # 2:      I made a promise...to serve my God and my country the best I could.

Cub # 3:      I made a promise...to help other people the best I could.

Cub # 4:      I made a promise...to obey the Law of the Pack the best I could.

Cub # 5:      I have done my best, and I will do my best because I am the best... I am a Cub Scout.

CM:           Will everyone now join us in repeating the Cub Scout Promise.


 

 


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