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A Friend Flag Ceremony



Cub # 1:  Many of us have heard the old saying, "A friend in need is a friend indeed.

Cub # 2:  "Our country is often the friend who helps us in need. Immigrants coming to America find helpful neighbors and useful programs to make their move easier.

Cub # 3:  As Americans we have many rights and privileges.

Cub # 4:  Our system of government provides schools, libraries, roads, and other services to make our lives better.

Cub # 5:  Along with these rights and privileges comes obligations. America needs us to be her friend.

Cub # 6:  As Cub Scouts we can be America' s friend through service.

Cub # 7:  As we now stand and pledge allegiance to the flag, let's remember how America is our friend.


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