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Pinewood Closing

Form a circle around a the derby track

"Coming together is a beginning.  Keeping together is progress.  Working together is success"
This is a quote from the famous carmaker, Henry Ford.  All of the dens come together to form the beginning of our pack.
Keeping together at our monthly pack meeting is progress.
Working together in Cub Scouting is surely a success story of which you can have a great part.
Let's remember this in the coming months.
Please repeat with me the Law of the Pack.
Thanks for coming out for our Pinewood Derby tonight.  We've worked together and made ever boy in Pack                        a winner!

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