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Computer Closing

The theme for this month has focused on the computer. In these days, we can't imagine what life would be like without them.  Computers are wonderful!  But let's not forget they are only tools and they need good programming to be useful.  Also we need to know how to use them. 

In some ways boys are like computers. They need motivation and good guidance. With parents' help, Cub Scouting can give boys such motivation and guidance. Unlike computers, however, once set on the right path, a boy can grow to become a good, conscientious citizen. Let's give them good a program and keep them moving along the Scouting trail toward that end.

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