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SETTING: A table set with Thanksgiving items, a bag of corn kernels. CUBMASTER: Ladies and gentlemen, tonight we are remembering the founders of our country and the Native Americans. The pilgrims came to this country for religious freedom and when they got here they found new friends‑ the Native Americans. The sharing that was done between these two different peoples was something to behold. We all have shared things in much the same way. Would these Cubs please come forward? (call Wolfs)

ADV. CHAIRMAN: You Cubs have shared with each other the gift of working together in your Dens and homes. For this we give you your awards and also a kernel of corn as the Native Americans gave to the pilgrims.

CUBMASTER: Would these Cubs please come forward? (all Bear) You Cubs have worked hard. Work was one of the things most respected by the pilgrims and Native American alike. The pilgrims even made rules that if a person did not work they would not eat. For your work, we give you your award and also a kernel of corn as the Native Americans gave to the pilgrims.

ADV. CHAIRMAN: Would these Cubs please come forward? (Call Webelos) You Cubs have been working for a long time and you have learned many new skills in your Dens. such as working with metal, wood, and leather. These are the same skills that the pilgrims had to learn to survive and help build this great country we live in today. For these skills, we give you your awards and a kernel of corn to remember this special time of the year.