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Baloo's Bugle

August 2005 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 12, Issue 1
September 2005 Theme

Theme: Cub Scout Roundupl
Webelos: Communicator & Citizen
  Tiger Cub
Activities

Cubmaster’s Minute

Rodeo Competition 

Baltimore Area Council

Cubmaster: Rodeos started with cowboys competing in their everyday work to see who was the best at a particular job. Later, prizes were gathered to make it more interesting. It has now grown into a huge national sport, and some of the contestants are still working as cowboys. They work together and help one another to grow. It is the same with Cub Scouting. We must help each other cheerfully, if we expect our Pack to grow. Will you please stand and repeat with me the Cub Scout Promise. 

A Cowboy’s Philosophy

Baltimore Area Council

We, the cowboys of the western plains,
Are bound by our desire to live free.
We must, therefore, show respect for our fellow man:

Respect for his beliefs,

Respect for his belongings,

Respect for his privacy,

Respect f or the ground he walks on and the air he breathes.

In so doing, we show respect ~or ourselves
And secure freedom for all.

All join in singing “Happy Trails to You”.

 

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