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Denner Installation With The Spirit Of Cub Scouting

This ceremony should be held as soon as a new denner and/or assistant denner is chosen.

EQUIPMENT: Table, candle, denner and assistant denner cords.

Den Leader: (Lights the candle) Will ______ and _____ please come forward.

On the table in front of you stands the candle representing the Spirit of Cub Scouting. The spirit can be kept alive as long as we all work together to a common goal.

______, you were elected as our new denner and assistant denner. You both know the duties involved with each job. Do you willingly accept the duties and will you perform them to the best of your ability?

If so, answer yes.

I'm happy and proud to present to you your badge of office. Wear it on the left shoulder with pride and honor.


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