Have a Grand March of all the Knights. If possible use marching and trumpet music. While knights are marching round the narrator reads:
NARRATOR: Such was the spirit of those Knights of old who lived by a simple but majestic code which says (read the following off a big scroll).
Be always ready with your armor on, except when you are taking your rest at night.
Defend the poor and help them that cannot defend themselves.
Do nothing to hurt or offend anyone else.
Be prepared to fight in the defense of your country.
At whatever you are working, try to win honor and a name for honesty.
Never break a promise.
Maintain the honor of your country with your life.
Rather die honestly than live shamelessly.
Chivalry requireth that youth should be trained to perform the most laborious and humble offices with cherrfulness and grace; and DO GOOD UNTO OTHERS.
'Twas men of such timber and vows that King Arthur gathered about his famed Roundtable, and history and song are full of their deeds. 'Twas these knights of high ideal who made the first steps towards freedom.
Their descendants were the religious, law abiding, industrious pioneers who laid the foundation of our nation!