Volume 6 Issue 6
January 2000


Here are two "Leader Ideas" that would make a fun pre-opening for your "Turn Back the Clock" theme

Have a committee member collect photos of your current leaders when they were say age 3 to 7. Post them unlabelled and have the Cubs have a contest in seeing how many they can correctly identify.

Gary Apfelstadt, Champaign, IL

Photos of the leaders as Cub Scouts or Brownies will be particularly fun. Even pictures of the leaders as older Scouts are fun, although they might be easier to identify.


Historical Objects
Simon Kenton Council

Distribute copies to all guests and see how many persons they can identify by the following clues

1 A rainbow

a. George Washington

2. A kite

b. Little Red Riding Hood

3. A glass slipper

c. Noah

4. An apple

d. Samson

5. A slingshot

e. William Tell

6. A coat of many colors

f. Ben Franklin

7. A wolf

g. Cinderella

8. Long Hair

h. Joseph

9. A hatchet

i. David

10. A footprint

j. Abe Lincoln

11. A cloak

k. Florence Nightengale

12. A steamboat

l. Robin Hood.

13. A rail fence

m. Paul Bunyan

14. Three ships

n. Little Jack Horner

15. A plum

o. Robert Fulton

16. A blue ox

p. Sir Walter Raleigh

17. Steals from the rich

q. Columbus

18. A famous nurse

r. Robinson Crusoe


1. C 2 F, 3. G 4 E, 5 I 6. H, 7. B, 8. D 9. A. 10. R 11. P, 12. O 13. J,. 14. Q, 15. N, 16. M, 17. L, 18. k

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