Volume 5 Issue 12
July 1999


Recognition Ceremony

Trapper Trails Council

Explain to the pack that oysters take something as simple as a grain of sand and work with it to produce a pearl, which is treasured all over the earth. It is the same with our leaders who take our young boys and work with them to produce fine young men - Scouts who are respected all over the world. Call up leaders to be recognized and present them with a "Pearls of Great Worth" Award. This can be a Ping-Pong ball glued to a base with a name plaque attached.


Circle 10 Council

ANCHOR With you as anchorman, our pack is sure to stay afloat. Thanks!

SHIP Once you learn to do your best, the rest is easy sailing. Thanks!

SHIP FLAG You serve us with flying colors. Thanks!

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