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Interpretation Of The Cub Scout Promise

Props: Each Cub Scout holding a sign with his part of the Cub Scout Promise on it.

I, _________ PROMISE A promise is a solemn vow, where your good reputation is at stake.

TO DO MY BEST Your best is giving all you’ve got when you have something to do... and working on it with all your heart and all your strength and devotion.

TO DO MY DUTY To do the job; to meet the responsibilities; to do what must be done, not just half-way, but completely and fully so that you're proud of your work.

TO GOD AND MY COUNTRY First, duty to God. Fulfill your religious responsibilities and upholdour religious beliefs. Second, duty to country. I know you've been told how lucky you are to live in a free country and I hope you are aware of what freedom means. You should try to be a good citizen.

TO HELP OTHER PEOPLE To help... it doesn't say how much. It could mean saving a life or changing a tire or carrying a bag of groceries. To help other people, not just your own family. The best time to help is when you have to go out of your way to do it.

TO OBEY THE LAW OF THE PACK So that we will all remember just what this law includes, will you please stand for the Pledge of Allegiance

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