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Pass The Torch Cub Scout Promise



PERSONNEL: Three Den Chiefs in Indian Costume, Cubmaster holding lighted torch.

CUBMASTER: "We will light our council fire with this torch which represents the spirit of Cub Scouting and a Cub Scout's promise to do his best." (Passes torch to the first Den Chief who says)

DEN CHIEF #1: This fire is a symbol of a Cub Scout promise to do his duty to God and his country.

(Passes torch)

DEN CHIEF #2: This fire is a symbol of a Cub Scout Promise to help other people. (Passes torch)

DEN CHIEF #3: This fire represents our Pack and a Cub Scouts promise to obey the Law of the Pack. (Passes torch back to Cubmaster who lights the fire.)


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