Volume 6 Issue 2
September 1999

CLOSING CEREMONY


U Are Important
Great Sauk Trail Council

Cub 1: We cannot spell: C B SCO TS without U
Cub 2: We cannot spell YO TH without U
Cub 3: We cannot spell AD LT without U
Cub 4: We cannot spell S CCESS without U
Cub 5: We cannot spell F N without U
Cub 6: We cannot spell O TDOORS without U
All: Clearly Scouting needs U!

Campfire Closing
National Capital Area Council


(Give each person a sprig of dried cedar, pine, juniper, etc. If using an artificial campfire indoors, use toothpicks.)

Cubmaster: The light from hundreds of campfires around the world have brightened the Cub Scout spirit for many years. Tonight, we have enjoyed the warmth and cheerfulness of our campfire as one Cub Scout family. As the campfire dims, its glowing embers are reminders of the fun and fellowship we have shared. I ask that you now walk slowly past our campfire in silence, throw your twig upon the embers, and think of what Cub Scouting means to you. Then please leave our council ring, remaining silent. Good Night.

Closing Ceremony

National Capital Area Council


The Den Leader "witches" are standing at their cauldron. One of them recites:

We've put a lot into this stew,
And we came out with a pretty good brew.
The parents have had a chance to learn
The ranks attained and badges earned.
Everyone will return a month from now
To attend our meeting and find out how
Each boy has fared, advancements made;
For on his merits, each Scout is weighed.

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