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Baloo's Bugle

May 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 12, Issue 10
June 2006 Theme

Theme: Invent a Reason to Celebrate
Webelos: Traveler and Artist
Tiger Cub


Togetherness Closing Ceremony
Baltimore Area Council

Summer is a good time for the family to do many things 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 “golden opportunity”.

Do your Best
Baltimore Area Council

One of the hardest things for anyone to do is to stick to what he knows is right, while his friends are coaxing him or his enemies are threatening him to do just the opposite. As we close our Pack meeting tonight, remember tomorrow that a Cub Scout always does his best.

Campfire Closing
Baltimore Area Council

The spirit of Cub Scouting bums brightly here, just like this campfire, and it also burns brightly in the hearts of Cub Scouts everywhere. May it continue to bum brightly in your heart throughout this busy summer, wherever you go and whatever you do, and may its light bring you to our next pack activity of the summer.

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