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One Drop Of Blue Closing Ceremony

Author:  GSLC

Equipment: One clear gallon glass jar, full of water and blue food coloring.

The Cubmaster drops one drop of blue food coloring into the gallon of water.
Watch as one drop of blue becomes a larger and larger circle until it becomes so diluted that it no
longer is visible. One little drop of blue may do its best to fill the whole jar. One Cub Scout (in
blue) can also influence those around him by his actions and words.

Optional: Have a Living Circle Ceremony with all the Cub Scouts.
Hold out your left hand—palm down, and thumb out.
Hold the thumb of the boy on your left and form a connected circle.
Do                            Say
Raise the circle     AH
Lower it                   KAY
Raise it                   LA
Lower it                  WE’LL
Raise it                  DO
Lower it                 OUR
Raise it                  BEST!
Release Hands

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References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2008

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