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Baloo's Bugle


September 2002 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 9, Issue 2
October Theme

It's a Jungle of Fun
Webelos Showman and Citizen
  Tiger Cub Achievement 2



“Florist Friars”
Crossroads of America

Equipment: Pots of fake flowers or paper cut flowers.

Players: Three friars, a narrator, 2 children, a mother and a blacksmith.

The three Friars are busy tending their flowers. The narrator explains that the 3 Friars have just gone into the floral business and the children run into the flower area and one hides under a sheet. And the second runs to the mother of the other child and tells her son was eaten by a man eating plant. The mother runs to the florist site and looks for the child and finds him gone. She tells the Friars the huge plant ate her child and asked the Friars to destroy the plant. They refused.

So the lady goes and gets the village blacksmith who was named Hugh, to destroy the plant and run the Friars out of town.

Do you know the moral of the story?  Hugh and only Hugh can prevent florist Friars.


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