Themes for Ceremonies




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You can easily adapt and revise these ceremonies to meet local needs. Here are a few good themes around which to build your own ceremonies: 

Scout spirit, participation, skills 
The Scout ideals-Oath and Law 
Knighthood and chivalry-the vigil 
Patriotism-the American way 
Loyalty-with your troop flag 
The American pioneer-courage, woodcraft 
The Athenian oath-good citizenship 
The Scout Good Turn-a pageant 
The Eagle trail-Star, Life, Eagle 
The campfire-new members add a twig

"God Bless America"-pageant with song 
"America the Beautiful"-pageant with song 
American heroes-pageant with music






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Importance of Good Ceremonies ] Troop-Centered Ceremonies ] The Ingredients ] A Few Suggestions ] [ Themes for Ceremonies ] Wearing the Scout Hat ]

Parent- Level Topic Links:
Introduction ] Troop Meetings ] Investiture Ceremonies ] Court of Honor Ceremony ] New Troop Ceremony ] Higher Ranks Cermony ] Rover Ceremonies ] Otter Ceremonies ] Tenderpad Investiture ]

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