ARRANGEMENT: This can be a closing ceremony performed by Cub Scouts holding large cardboard cutouts as they read their lines off the back of the cutouts. Or, large posters with the lines printed on them can be displayed around the room instead of the closing ceremony.
CUB 1: (Holding train engine)
When engineering a project, keep on the right track. This way you never will be caught slack.
CUB 2: (Holding canoe)
As the wise old Indian would say to you, "Learn to paddle your own canoe."
CUB 3: (Holding covered wagon)
The covered wagon served folks well in its day. But don't get in a rut, you won't go far that way.
CUB 4: (Holding plane cutout)
To guide your life, like a good pilot, you'll find It's important to keep an open mind.
CUB 5: (Holding car)
If spinning your wheels causes a terrible rumbling. You may not be moving but just sitting there grumbling.
CUB 6: (Holding a space ship)
Just as an astronaut flies into space. With a lot of determination you can go anyplace.
(Cub Scouts prop cutouts against back wall and join hands in the Living Circle while the Den Chief or Leader reads the following;)
"Just like the cars in a train, we're joined together as one; We do our best to help the Pack go while having Cub Scout fun. And when it's time to part and each take a separate trail, We'll do our best for God and Country and in that we will not fail. We remember our Cub Scout Promise in everything we do. Won't you all please join us as we pledge ourselves anew?"
(Den Chief or Leader leads boys in the Cub Scout Promise.)