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Hard Work Flag Ceremony



Equipment: American Flag

Cub #1: When we think of the American Cowboy, we think of long, hard working days.
Cub #2: Americans built our country with hard work.
Cub #3: In Cub Scouts we learn about the importance of work and service.
Cub #4: All workers contribute to the good of society through their labors.

Cub #5: Each year our nation honors all workers on Labor Day, the first Monday in September.
Cub #6: Some Americans celebrate Labor Day with a rodeo during the day and fireworks at night.

Cub #7: Please stand now and repeat the Pledge of Allegiance to the flag in remembrance of the contribution of all workers in our country.


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