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Campfire Closing #2

(Give each person a sprig of dried cedar, pine, juniper, etc.  If using an artificial campfire indoors, use toothpicks.)

Cubmaster: The light from hundreds of campfires around the world have brightened the Cub Scout spirit for many years.  Tonight, we have enjoyed the warmth and cheerfulness of our campfire as one Cub Scout family.  As the campfire dims, its glowing embers are reminders of the fun and fellowship we have shared.  I ask that you now walk slowly past our campfire in silence, throw your twig upon the embers, and think of what Cub Scouting means to you.  Then please leave our council ring, remaining silent.  Good Night.

 
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