April 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
| Volume 13, Issue 9
May 2007 Theme
Theme: Cubs and Bugs
Outdoorsman & Artist
Tiger Cub Activities
Outdoor Code Closing
Trapper Trails Council
Set-Up: Five Cubs. Have copies of the Outdoor Code for the audience or a large poster with underlined words on it.
- Please stand as we say the Outdoor Code together. Pause after each line for an explanation of that line.
All AS AN AMERICAN, I WILL DO MY BEST TO: BE CLEAN IN MY OUTDOOR MANNERS
- I will treat the outdoors as a heritage to be improved for our greater enjoyment. I will keep my trash and garbage out of America’s water, fields, woods, and roadways.
All: AS AN AMERICAN, I WILL DO MY BEST TO: BE CAREFUL WITH FIRE.
- I will prevent wild fires. I will build my fire in a safe place and be sure it is out before I leave.
All: AS AN AMERICAN, I WILL DO MY BEST TO : BE CONSIDERATE IN THE OUTDOORS.
- I will treat public and private property with respect. I will remember that use of the outdoors is a privilege I can lose by abuse.
All: AS AN AMERICAN, I WILL DO MY BEST TO: BE CONSERVATION MINDED
- I will learn how to practice good conservation of soil, water, forests, minerals, grasslands, and wildlife, and I will urge others to do the same. I will be a good sportsman in all my outdoor activities.
Trapper Trails Council
Bugs are everywhere around us. Have you ever noticed an ant hill? The Ant Hill was constructed with team effort from each ant. During the winter, the ants stay underground. When the weather warms, they clear a passage to the outside world.
Grain by grain the soil is brought up and deposited in a little pile around the opening.
Like the ANTS, our Den/Pack requires teamwork from each Scout to be successful. Please join me in repeating the LAW OF THE PACK.
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