November 2001 Cub Scout
Volume 8, Issue 4|
Works of Art
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
Tiger Cub Big Idea 5
Five to mime uniformed Cub Scouts line up at the
front of the room and hold up cards spelling out the word CHRISTMAS.
Each boy shows his card as he speaks:
C – was the child in the manger asleep
H – was the herder that guarded the sheep
R – was the room in the stable that day
I - was
the Innkeeper letting them stay
S – was the star that led three by its light
T - was the tiding of joy brought that night
M - was
the mother, whom Joseph stood near
A - was
the angel, whose message was clear
S - was
the song that the angels sang then, of peace on earth and good will toward men.
Please join together in singing “Silent Night.”
Heart of America
Christmas tree. Cubmaster says:
“Cub Scouts, isn’t that a beautiful tree?
It’s bright and colorful, like the joyous seasons of Christmas and
Hanukkah. And we all had a part in making it so beautiful. When all Cub Scouts work together and do their best, the
result is always something fine like this tree.
Let’s remember that as we repeat the Cub Scout promise.” (lead
Trapper Trails Council
Cub 1: A
Cub Scout Follows Akela
He always does his best
To be helpful, kind and giving
And as a citizen pass the test.
Cub 2: A Cub tries to Help others
In some way every day
At home, at school, anytime
And in any helpful way.
Cub 3: A Cub Scout Gives to others
His talents, time and goodwill
He shares, he cares, he is happy
And makes others happier still.
Cub 4: A Cub Scout is a special person
Who Follow, Helps, and Gives
He sets a good example
As he touches many lives.
Cub 5: He is growing, learning, trying
To be the best he can
As he follows, helps and gives
He learns to be a special man.
Cub 6: He is and always will be
A Super Leader
When he follows, helps and gives.
Please follow me in the Pledge of Allegiance.
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