Miami Valley Council
(Have Cubs stand in a straight line looking very sad.)
Cub #1: It's a short, short life that we live here.
Cub #2: (With a big smile) So let's laugh while we may;
Cub #3: (smile) with a song for every moment
Cub #4: Of the whole bright day
Cub #5: What's the use of being gloomy?
Cub #6: Or what's the use of our tears?
Cub #7: Well we know a mummy's had no fun
Cub #8: For the last three thousand years!
Denver Area Council Pow-wow Book
2nd Cub: I can get some nails.
3rd Cub: My Dad said I could use his hammer and tools if I'm careful.
4th Cub: My brother has an old steering wheel in the garage. I'll get that.
5th Cub: How would you like a compass and some other good stuff?
6th Cub: I can get some tail pipes for the exhaust.
1st: Cub: What can we use for fuel?
2nd Cub: Gasoline, kerosene or sterno.
4th Cub: I'm not allowed to use any of that stuff.
3rd Cub: I have an inner tube.
6th Cub: O.K. guys, let's all meet in Jack's yard in half an hour.
5th Cub: I'll bring some food.
(background noise - hammering, etc.)
1st Mother: I wonder how the boys are doing. Imagine! A rocketship.
2nd Mother: Ha, ha. Well, it kept them busy for a long time.
(in background all boys yell "Bye Mom" or "Tell my Mom good-bye.")
Mothers: Oh, sure! Bye, boys, have a nice trip. Ha, Ha.
(loud noise in the background. Curtains begin to blow.)
1st Mother: Look! They're leaving!
2nd Mother: Oh, No! Come back boys, come back!
(Mothers run offstage after Cubs.)
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