Preparation: Cub Scouts bring in a different symbol for each statement the narrator makes before the color guard enters: a religious symbol or emblem, a boy in complete uniform, a Wolf Cub Scout handbook, a craft project, an obect from nature, a U.S. flag, and the pack flag.
Cubmaster: I represent the spirit of Baden-Powell—the founder of Scouting.
Cub Scout 1: (Cub Scout 1 enters carrying a religious symbol or religious Emblem.) Religious organizations sponsor almost half the Cub Scout packs in America.
Cub Scout 2: (Cub Scout 2 walks in wearing a complete uniform.) The two colors of the Cub Scout uniform have a meaning: Blue stands for truth and loyalty, gold for good cheer and happiness.
Cub Scout 3: (Cub Scout 3 carries a Wolf Cub Scout Book.) Cub Scouting was based on Rudyard Kipling’s Jungle Book.
Cub Scout 4: (Cub Scout 4 carries a craft project.) We have lots of fun making things.
Cub Scout 5: (Cub Scout 5 carries something from nature.) We also like to hike and enjoy the outdoors.
Cubmaster: We learn about citizenship. Scouts are the men of tomorrow. Please stand. (A color guard enters carrying the U.S. flag and the pack flag.) Please join us in singing “God Bless America.”