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says the pack regularly brings in entertainers to spice up its banquet. So where do themes like these come


from? Some packs leave the decision to their second-year Webelos. After all, they are the main attraction — Darth Vader notwith- standing — and the blue and gold banquet is one of the last highlights of their last year in Cub Scouting. “For most it is a bittersweet celebration, as they are leaving the pack with memories to take with them and dreams about adventures they will have in Boy Scouts,” Heyns says. Whoever picks the theme should announce


it early. Doing so can increase both excitement and your volunteer base. A few months before her Star Wars banquet, Pate learned that a new pack dad had an extensive Star Wars collection. He also suggested inviting the 501st Legion. “If we hadn’t asked or had just kept it to the committee, we never would have known, and it wouldn’t have been as fun,” she says. ¿


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