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C-O-L-L-E-C-T-I-O-N-S
Posted On: 2009-08-01

PERSONNEL: 11 Cubs and Den Leader or Den Chief.

EQUIPMENT: Cards with letters spelling out C O L L E C T I O N S

NARRATOR: We would like to tell you what we collect from Scouting.

C: is for COURTESY. A Scout learns to do good deeds and respect others.

O: is for OUTING. Outing is one of the most fun parts of Scouting. Camping and hiking, we always look forward to our time outdoors.

L: is for LEARNING. A Scout learns many things, first aid, knots, physical skills, citizenship and sportsmanship.

L: is for LEADERS. One of the most important parts of the Scouting organization.

E: is for EXPLORING. A Scout learns the skills he needs to explore the outdoors.

C: is for CHALLENGES. A Scout is presented with many challenges and is helped to meet them and to succeed.

T: is for TRY. A Scout learns to always try to do his best.

I: is for IDENTIFY. A Scout learns to identify different kinds of leaves, trees and tracks.

O: is for OBSERVE. A Scout observes the Outdoor Code when ever he goes camping or hiking.

N: is for NATIONALISM. Every Scout around the world is a patriot to his country.

S: is for SCOUTING. We are very glad Baden-Powell had the vision to bring this program into being.


 

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