Setting The Example
Posted On: 2021-01-14
Adult or Den Chief: What Indian boys learned was very important. It prepared them to take care of themselves and their families. They grew up to be responsible, contributing members of their communities. Everything they needed to know they could observe being done by adults around them. They learned to preserve their culture by watching and doing and by listening to stories told by their elders.
(Cub Scouts hold up cards one at a time, say the slogan, and read the lines which are printed on the back of the card.)
Cub #1: DO YOUR BEST, in everything you do, every day.
Cub #2: ALWAYS BE FRIENDLY, and brighten the day for others.
Cub #3: BE PREPARED to help others
Cub #4: BE HONEST AND SINCERE toward those you meet.
Cub#5 BE LOYAL AND TRUE and others will be true to you
Cub #6: COUNT YOUR BLESSINGS, be thankful each day for opportunities and family.
Cubmaster: May these thoughts stay with you your whole life through. Goodnight to everyone.
"Now let each den form its own Living Circle." The dens form their Living Circles and the Cubmaster challenges them to: "DO YOUR BEST"