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Gold is Where Ya Find It


Author:  GSLC

Props- Pie tins, old flannel shirts, old hats, maybe a shovel, a large gold cardboard heart with
double-stick tape on one side! All boys put on old shirts and hats except for one that stays in full
uniform.

One boy dressed in a flannel shirt comes out on stage and uses the pie tin as if panning for gold.
After a moment, another walks out and asks “Hey, Find any gold?” The reply is “NO!” and the
second boy bends down and begins to pan as well. This continues for each boy in your den, till
you get to the last.

The cub in uniform comes out and asks “Hi, have you guys found any Gold yet?” The reply from
all this boys is “NO!”

With that, the ‘Scout’ says: “Well Maybe you are looking in the wrong place!”
With that, he goes and gets the Cubmaster and brings him to the group. The scout
puts the gold heart on the Cubmaster’s chest and all the boys shout: “Your right!
Gold is where you find it!”


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References / Source:
GSLC Pow Wow 2007


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