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Keep Your Body Strong And Healthy



ARRANGEMENTS: 7 boys come on stage, carrying various kinds of muscle building equipment.

They use the equipment, and in turn, speak these lines:

Cub Scout #1: Keep your body strong and healthy. A better goal than being wealthy.

Cub Scout #2: When you're fit, you feel so good. You try to do the things you should.

Cub Scout #3: It helps you lend a helping hand. To needy folks around our land.

Cub Scout #4: Rating right is always wise, And everyone needs exercise.

Cub Scout #5: Stand on tiptoes, one, two, three. Touch your toes, don't bend your knees.

Cub Scout #6: Run a while, then slow your pace; Practice helps you win the race.

Cub Scout #7: Scouting builds young boys from men, And this is where it all begins.


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