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Personnel: 7 Cubs

Equipment: Cards with letters spelling out P O C K E T S and pictures of collections.

P: is for POSTAGE stamps, something people have collected for many years.

O: is OLD-FASHIONED, what some call antiques.

C: is for CARDS, baseball, football, basketball or hockey. There are so many kinds to choose from.

K: is for KITES, to fly high in the sky.  They come in so many styles and color the variety is endless.

E: is for ELECTRONICS, some people collect everything electronic they can get their hands on. TVs, radios, CD players, video games and computers the list goes on.

T: is for TOYS, every kid is a true collector.  Their collecting never stops even when they grow up. They just collect different toys.

S: is for SCOUT stuff, that every Scout collects.  What Scout does not have collections of badges, patches, uniforms, ties slides, T-shirts, and camping gear.

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