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Carols, Cookies, And The Christ Child

EQUIPMENT: This ceremony can be done with lettered cards, candles or objects. Each Cub responsible for reciting the meaning of one letter in the word "Christmas".

C - Carols, Cookies and the Christ Child.

H - Hurrying, Holly and Happiness.

R - Ribbons, Raisins and Reverence.

I - Icicles Ivy and Innocence.

S - Santa, Secrets, and Shepherds.

T - Trimmings, Tinsel and Trying to be good.

M - Mischief, Mothers, and Miracles.

A - Apples, Angels, and Adoration.

S - Snowflakes, Spangles and a Star in the East.

 
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