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The First Scout Skit

Props: A “skin” with a charcoal drawing of the Arrow of Light. (Use a crumpled paper bag for the skin and black marker to draw the AOL.) The interviewer should look the part of an old Scouter (the more like … Continue reading

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The Good Turn Skit

Note: (A one-man narrative about the birth of the BSA by Mark Anderson, Cubmaster, Pack 180) Preparation:  Dress as a lifelong scout (i.e. campaign hat, knee high socks, shorts, walking staff, etc.) Script: Most of you don’t know me, but you’ve … Continue reading

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A History of Cub Scouting

Note: This ceremony is written so that any particular award can be used or omitted without impacting the whole of the ceremony. Script: We all know that the Boy Scout movement in America was started by William Boyce after he … Continue reading

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The Age Of Scouting

Personnel: 1 announcer (a Cub Scout or adult leader) 10 Cub Scouts (or use five and have each say two parts) Material: Text for the announcer 10 cards with specified dates written in large letters on one side, script on … Continue reading

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Historical Objects

Distribute copies to all guests and see how many persons they can identify by the following clues 1. A rainbow a. George Washington 2. A kite b. Little Red Riding Hood 3. A glass slipper c. Noah 4. An apple … Continue reading

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