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A Tree is a Good Scout

Personnel: 6 Cubs and a narrator
Equipment: Each Cub hold a picture or drawing of a tree with his section of text on the back.

Cub 1: Did you ever pause to think about how helpful a tree is?
Cub 2: It provides a nesting place for birds, shade from the sun, and protection from the rain.
Cub 3: It discards it’s dead branches, thus providing wood for building fires and for cooking food.
Cub 4: A tree adds beauty to the countryside and to camping areas.
Cub 5: We must admit that a tree gives a lot more than it receives.
Cub 6: We can learn a lesson from the tree , by doing our best to always be helpful to others and by putting our fellow Scouts first and ourselves second.
Narrator: Remember the lesson we learn from the tree - To give to others more than we receive.

 
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