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CLOSINGS - THE SQUARE KNOT OR ROPE CIRCLE

 

Give each boy a piece of rope about one meter long. Tell the boys to tie their ropes together with square knots. Then, holding the knotted rope they form a friendship circle, lean back, and let the rope support them. Scouter says, "You are now part of a group of close friends, help together by a square knot, the symbol of helping others. Let's say our promise together."

 

                                                                                    Circle Ten Council, BSA

                                                                                                                Pow Wow 1979

 


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