Move your mouse over me

Mobile Version

InsaneScouter Logo
Home > Resources > Ceremonies > Cub Scout

Let Us Be Thankful

The United States has much to be proud of. One of the many things we can be proud of is the fact that America was first on the moon where Old Glory was placed as evidence of this eventful day. This indeed is something for all of us to be proud of. As we all join together in the Pledge of Allegiance to our flag, let us be thankful for the courageous astronauts of America who helped make it possible for our flag to be flown on the moon, so that someday some of our own Cub Scouts may be able to leave their footprints on the moon, too. Please rise now and join me in the Pledge of Allegiance.

Other Pages you May Like
No Knights About Today
Repair A Cub Scout
Recruiting Adults
The Last Closing Ceremony Of The Year
TigerWebelos Ceremony

Search InsaneScouter

Show Control Box

Forgot Password     Signup

Scouting News
    View all Scout news

Who Should Wear a Boy Scout Uniform?
Katie sent in this question: Hello, I am the Religious Emblems Coordinator for our troop and have been for the past 3 years. I am also a committee member at large....

About | Sitemap | Advertise | Contact | Disclaimer | Privacy Statement
An official InsaneScouter Sponsor

Helping Scout leaders one resource at a time...

Generously hosted by Techya

SRSquare manages this site

Materials found on the InsaneScouter's Website © 1998 - 2016 may be reproduced and used by all Scouting volunteers for training, entertainment and program purposes consistent with Scouting and Guiding Organizations. Unless otherwise noted on the page. If you believe we are republishing your copyrighted material without permission, please Contact Us including the link/url of said content to have it removed or your copyright information added.

Please be advised that InsaneScouter is NOT affiliated with any Scouting or Guiding Organization.

All opinions expressed on these pages are those of the original authors. All holdings are subject to this Disclaimer.