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Mixed Cubs

Author:  GSLC

You need enough chairs for everyone in the group except for one person. Put the chairs in a
circle. Then go around the circle and tell each person a Scout name like “Tiger, Wolf, Bear,
Webelos.” The person in the center can then call out one of the names of the Scouts (Tiger, Wolf,
Bear, Webelos) or “Mixed Cubs.” The object of the game is to always have a chair. When the
person in the center calls out a Scout name (Bear), those people who are representing Bears must
get up and find a new chair, and the person in the middle finds a chair. Whoever is left without a
chair is the new “caller.” If “Mixed Cubs” is called, everyone in the game must find a new chair.
After you are in a new seat, you must make the Cub Scout salute until the new caller shouts out
one of the Scout names. If you do not make the Cub Scout salute and the caller catches you, then
you lose your seat and have to switch places with the caller.     

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References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2008

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