April Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 7, Issue 9
Webelos Outdoorsman & Handyman
Tiger Big Ideas 16 & 17
Nature and the Good
Circle 10 Council
Chairman: Our Pack
meeting tonight brought us all together to think about nature.
We can enjoy the great outdoors but we think of others who will
follow us. Wherever you go in
the great wide world of nature, try to be a "good" visitor who
will leave the plants and the creatures for others to enjoy after you leave.
Cub: The only shots
I took were snapshots.
Cub: I tried to
walk on pathways to keep off plants.
Cub: When I see
animals or birds, I try to remember that I am a guest in their living place
and I don't do anything to them but look at them.
Cub: The one big
thing I always do when I am ready to go home is to look and see that all
fires are out in nature's backyard.
With Cubs and Webelos like you to help keep our friends on the ball, I'm
sure that the beauties of nature will be around for years to come.
Thanks Cubs, Good Night.
2 strands of cord in different colors
(show two strands of cord in different colors like blue and yellow.)
By itself, neither of these strands is very strong.
I think a couple of strong Cub Scouts could break either one.
(Call forward two Cub Scouts and ask them to wind cord into a single
rope.) Together the two strands make a rope that is more than twice
as strong as either one alone. There’s
a lesson in that for us: If our
pack is to be strong, both boys and parents must do their part.
Heart of America
4 Cubs and a narrator
Our pioneer forefathers found and followed many trails.
The Native Americans explored the country first.
European settlers followed. With each new person came new experiences
and new challenges.
1: Our trail is the
2: Our experience
is the fun and adventure of Cub Scouting.
3: Our challenge is
to be good Scouts, friends and neighbors.
4: Our future is to
explore the world around us, moving up the trail from Cubs to Webelos and
then to Boy Scouts!
together in singing “Happy Trails to You”.
Heart of America
5 Cub Scouts
Boys up front
1: We, the cowboys
of the western plains are bound by our desire to live free.
2: We must,
therefore, show respect for our fellow man.
3: Respect for his
beliefs, Respect for his belongings, Respect for his privacy, Respect for
the ground he walks on and the air he breathes.
4: In doing so, we
show respect for ourselves.
5: And secure
freedom for all.
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