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Bright Ideas Closing



A single light bulb is illuminated in the front of the darkened room.

The Cubmaster speaks: this light bulb is pretty commonplace to people these days.  But it is a fitting symbol for our theme, "Genius Night," because of how it represents Bight Ideas.  It's inventor, Thomas Edison, was recognized as a genius - one of the greatest inventors of all time.  Even more important, he represented what you can accomplish if you remember to live up to that part of the Cub Scout Promise which says "do your best".  Even if you don't invent a better light bulb, always do your best.


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