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Blue And Gold Letters

Print large block letters on 8x10 sheets of white cardboard. The word "BLUE" in blue color and in back, "GOLD" in gold or red. These may be enhanced by adding silver stars to the letters. Printing script on back of cards cuts memorization to a minimum.

B is for Boys-Bobcats, Wolves, Bears and Webelos.

L is for Leader-The Cubmaster who guides us.

U is for Understanding-We learn to help others.

E is for Excellence-We try to "Do Our Best."

A is for Anniversary-Cubbing's 59th.

N is for Neighborhood-Where Cub Dens meet each week.

D is for Den Chiefs-Scouts who help us in many ways.

G is for Goals-For which Cubbing stands.

O is for Opportunities-For boys to learn and do.

L is for Liberty-in the years to come.

D is for Den Leaders-Who love us and help us.

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