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Fire Prevention
Posted On: 2009-07-29

Room lights are turned out.

Cubmaster lights a single candle at the front of the room and says: "Cub Scouts, this candle represents the spirit of Cub Scouting, lighting our way through life. But the flame also represents danger. This month we have learned about the dangers of fire and how to prevent fires. Let's remember what we have learned so that we will also use fire safely and wisely not only as boys but later on as men.

This light of Cub Scouting gives us warmth and good cheer. Make sure it is never allowed to run wild and destroy lives and property. Let's always be fire detectives.

We will let the light of Cub Scouting burn throughout our meeting to remind us of our ideals."

(Turn on lights, color guard presents colors and leads the Pledge of Allegiance.)

Source:  Illowa Council


 

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