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Cub Scout Olympics



The physical fitness games open with a grand march into the arena, with each den carrying its den flag.

When all are in place, have a solitary runner bearing the "flame" arrive and pass it to the cubmaster. He calls for the Cub Scout olympics program chairman to lead the athletes in this version of the Olympic

Oath:

"We promise / that we will take part / in these olympic games/ in the true spirit of sportsmanship / and that we will respect and abide / by the rules that govern them / for the glory of sport and the honor of our den."

The chairman then declares the Cub Scout Olympics open.


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