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January Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 5

When I Grow Up
Webelos Fitness & Readyman
Tiger Big Ideas 9 & 10



Opening Ceremony
Pacific Skyline


Cast: Narrator, 4 Cubs in costumes appropriate for the part.

Cubmaster or Narrator: "Some of our Scouts have some thoughts about the future and how they might be able to do something positive.

Cub #1: "When I grow up I would like to use my creativity to invent a cure for diseases and help people everywhere become more healthy.

Cub #2: "When I grow up I would like to help people from all over develop an understanding of each other so that everyone, old and young; rich and poor, men and women, and east and west will work together.

Cub #3: "When I grow up I would like to use my self discipline to contribute to my community, strengthen my family and grow personally."

Cub #4: "When I grow up I would like to help people learn to grow crops that will feed more people but use less space to do it"

Narrator: These boys: and the other Cub Scouts here tonight will be the scientists, leaders and trailblazers of tomorrow. I think our future is in good hands.



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