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Happy Trails



Personnel: 4 Cubs and a narrator

Narrator: Our pioneer forefathers found and followed many trails.  The Native Americans explored the country first.  European settlers followed. With each new person came new experiences and new challenges.

Cub 1: Our trail is the Cubbing trail!

Cub 2: Our experience is the fun and adventure of Cub Scouting.

Cub 3: Our challenge is to be good Scouts, friends and neighbors.

Cub 4: Our future is to explore the world around us, moving up the trail from Cubs to Webelos and then to Boy Scouts!

Narrator: Let’s join together in singing “Happy Trails to You”.


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