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Baloo's Bugle

July 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 12, Issue 12
August 2006 Theme

Theme: Scouting It Out
Webelos: Naturalist & Forester
Tiger Cub
Activities

CLOSING CEREMONIES

The Outdoor Code:
Baltimore Area Council

 “As an American I will do my best to:
Be clean in my outdoor manners;
Be careful with fire:
Be considerate in the outdoors;
And be conservation minded”

Either have Cubmaster say, with Cub Scouts repeating and then explain or involve the Webelos as this is part of the Webelos Badge requirements. They could each state and explain one point and repeat together at the end.

The Outdoor Closing
San Gabriel Valley, Long Beach  Area, Verdugo Hills Councils

Let's remember the food we've shared,
The games we've played, the songs we've sung,
Let's remember all of these things.

Let's remember the skits we've played,
The hikes we've hiked, the problems we've shared,
Let's remember all of these things.

Let's remember the games we've played,
The friends we've made, the fires we've burned,
Let's remember these things.

Yes, let's remember all of these things,
I now declare this council fire closed,
It's memories stored forever in our hearts and minds.


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