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Did You Know?

Did you know that millions of boys and men have been part of the Boy Scout movement since its beginning In 1916? Many of you dads were Scouts (let's see your hands), and today your sons are Cub Scouts. What a vast force to be working each day at work or play for those things America holds dear.

As we light the candles on our birthday cake think of the spirit of Scouting-Boy Scouts, Cub Scouts and Explorer.

Let us resolve that someone someplace helped us get started in Cub Scouting, so will we help more boys join Cub Scouting. Will you do your best? Repeat We'll do our Best.

 
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