Peter Farnham (pfarnham@CAPACCESS.ORG)
Sat, 8 Nov 1997 14:10:40 -0500
Hi Al (and All),m
Al's question about what a candle means at a pack meeting is very simple
to answer--it means whatever you want it to mean in the ceremony for
which it was lit.
When IU was a CM, we used candles to represent the points of the Law of
the Pack, the ranks in cubs, etc. It all depends on what you announce it
stands for. It could also be a conduct candle.
Use your imagination and don't be bound; come up with your own
ceremonies, using the ones in the various cub literature as guides. I
love cub ceremonies; this was a major feature of my pack meetings when I
was a CM.
On Sat, 8 Nov 1997, AL DEBENEDETTO wrote:
> When a candle is lit during a Pack Meeting, does the candle represent Akela?
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