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Patriotic Ceremony



CAST:  Cubmaster or Den Leader, six cubs

Cubmaster:  I asked myself a question today:  "What does it mean to be an American?"  There were several good answers, and they were all good.  Being an American means I have a multitude of freedoms.

Cub#1:  Freedom to think and say what I think.

Cub #2:  Freedom to worship as I please.

Cub#3:  Freedom to move about.

Cub#4:  Freedom to try, and freedom to fail.

Cub#5:  Freedom to stand up straight and look the world in the eye.

Cub#6:  Freedom from want, and freedom from fear.

Cubmaster:  These freedoms were not of my doing.  They were her long before I was born.  My forefathers and yours fought to win them.  I have four guarantees they will remain.  The Declaration of Independence, the Constitution, my fellow Americans, and myself.  No one could ask for more.


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