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Native American Den Meeting Opening

This may be read by the Den Leader or a single Scout, or you can write each line on a separate card to be read by several boys.

"Today in our den meeting we honor the Native Americans who dwelt in this land before the white man came.  Let us learn from them:

To be brave when courage is called for.

To be strong when our strength is needed.

To be quick to help our brothers.

To repect the land we live on and the animals we live among.

And to listen to the words of the Great Spirit that we may grow in wisdom."

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