Volume 5 Issue 12
July 1999


Closing Ceremony

National Capital Area Council

To the sailor, three things were essential - a compass, a sextant and a flag to tell which way the wind blew. To Cub Scouts, these three things are important - (show) a Wolf badge, a handbook and a candle. The badge tells who you are and where you are going; the handbook tells how to get where you are going; and the candle is a symbol of the light of Scouting, which penetrates the darkness of hate, prejudice and distrust. It is the light that must be kept burning in the heart of every Scout.

Togetherness Closing Thought

National Capital Area Council

Summer is a good time for the family to do many thing together and enjoy the beauty about them. A family that shares a lot of experiences is one that will always be a "together" family, even in later years when you are miles apart. Think about it! There's no better feeling than that of belonging. I am happy to see so many here tonight taking advantage of this summer Pack meeting. Good night and see you next month.

Captain Of All Scouts

York Adams Council

Now may the great Captain of all Scouts Who created the seas and all things that live therein And Who gave us dominion over them Be with us till we meet again.

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