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Denner Ceremony



Select a denner in your usual manner (such as election, alphabetical order, or drawing). After the boy is selected, use the following ceremony, which should be given by the den leader or den chief.

Cub Scout [name] has been chosen to represent Den [number] as we walk together through the doorway to

adventure. We ask his help as each adventure begins and ends. It will be his duty to open the doorway to each meeting and to be sure the evidence of our adventure has been cleared away at the meetings close.

Cub Scout [name], do you accept this as your responsibility?

(Cub Scout answers:) I do.

Then we present to you this cord as your key to open the doorway for our next adventures.  

 


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