Knights of the Round Table Ceremonies


OPENING: KNIGHTS OF THE ROUNDTABLE

Announcer: Hear ye! Hear ye! The Kingdom of Cub Scouting requests your presence before the Royalty of the Land! (Royal trumpet sounds) Prepare for the entrance of the Knights.

(Let boys carry homemade shields and cardboard swords. Carry flags for the dens. Play march music)

Knights! Hold your swords at attention while the America flag is brought up.

Reader: The flags, shields and banners of kings were symbols of the monarchy. Fleur-de-lis, lions, trees, symbolize strength, purity or the place of the king.

Our banner has three colors, and stars as symbols.
Our colors show red for bravery, white for purity and blue for loyalty.
The stripes stand for the thirteen colonies, and
The stars stand for all the states.

Knights and courtiers of the Kingdom, please stand for the symbol of our land.

Please join in the Pledge of allegiance.


Donated by: Denise Morris; Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner; Sunset District, Old Baldy Council, Ontario, CA; W-CS-18 Beaver


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