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Native American Ceremony

Each boy recieving the WB is given "warrior marks", i.e., 2 stripes of EASILY WASHABLE paint on each cheek. When our pack did it, we used the colors blue and yellow (gold). The colors should be in the same order on both cheeks.

 
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