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Baloo's Bugle


March 2005 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 11, Issue 8
April 2005 Theme

Theme: Waterways of the U.S.A.
Family Member and Sportsman
  Tiger Cub:


Cubmaster’s Minute

Circle Ten Council

Throughout our meeting this evening, this candle, which represents the spirit of Cub Scouting, has burned.  Look steadily at it for a moment.  (Pause)  Now close your eyes.  The image remains with you.  Now open your eyes.  We will blow out the light.  As the image of the light remained in our memory, so will the spirit of Cub Scouting stay with us.  The evening of fun and good cub scouting will not soon be forgotten.


Baltimore Area Council

Mutiny is a word we hear connected with pirates on the waterways. It is the act of insurrection or a refusal to obey the authority of the captain of the ship. It is often the cause of a disastrous end to all involved.

As Cub Scouts, our promise to obey The Law of the Pack and to live up to the Cub Scout Promise can only lead to a better life as a good citizen of this great country of ours.  Let us not be mutineers, but strong supporters of the Boy Scouts of America.

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