October Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
Volume 10, Issue 3
Pilgrims at Plymouth Rock
Webelos Craftsman & Scientist
Tiger Cub Achivement #3
PRAYERS & POEMS FOR SCOUTERS
A Spark of Genius
Circle Ten Council
Everyone has a spark of genius in
them just waiting to be lit.
If they'll jump into things and not
Although we may not go down in history as the genius of our day.
We can help others in this world to
travel life's way.
By sharing our sparks of genius with
others that we know.
Thus helping ideas, along the way to
grow and glow.
Remember the spark of an idea we may
share with a friend.
Can be added to by others and become
a genius idea in the end.
can be happy because we helped in our small way.
have each had a part in this thought for the day
A Cub Scoutís Thanksgiving
Goldenrod District, Mid-America Council
O Heavenly Father, we ask for your
For loved ones and friends that are
We thank you for food and for love
and for life
And the spirit of Scouting thatís
We thank you for leaders who care
Who give us their time Ė thatís
better than toys!
We thank you for dads who help us
For moms who sew on our badges at
For all this, thank you, dear Lord
For being in Scouting is something
Scout Native American Prayer
Morning Star, wake us, filled with
To new days of growing to man from boy.
Sun, with your power, give us light
That we can tell wrong and do what is right.
South Wind, we ask, in your gentle way,
Blow us the willingness to obey.
North Wind, we ask, live up to thy name.
Send us the strength to always be game.
East Wind, we ask, with your breath so snappy.
Fill us with knowledge of how to be happy.
West Wind, we ask, blow all that is fair
To us, that we may always be square.
Moon, that fills the night with her light,
Guard us well while we sleep in the night.
Akela, please guide us in every way.
We'll follow your trail in work and play.
Cub Scout Roundtable Leadersí Guide
Lord of us all, we gather together to praise thee and to give thanks for all
of our blessings. Give us the gift of joy and help us to give goodwill to all
men, now and forever.
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