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PERSONNEL: Cubmaster or Committee Chairman

EQUIPMENT: "Thank you" certificates or small token gifts.

SPEAKER: Tonight we would like to recognize some adults who have given their time and effort so that our boys' program could be stronger.

(Introduce those to be recognized and give their contribution.)

I would like to read a poem which tells of service to Scouting:


He hasn' t much in worldly goods,

Yet he's richer than you know,

For he's chosen to be a Scouter

And his spirits are all aglow.

He's just a Scouter, nothing more,

But he molds the lives of boys.

He teaches them how to do their best,

And he shares their many joys.

They work on badges, go on hikes,

Share campfires in the night.

They practice skills and follow laws,

And learn to do things right.

He watches them grow from boys to men,

And it makes it all worth while,

When they turn to him and say," GEE THANKS"

And their face wears a golden smile.

Written by Bill Chiappi


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