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Just about any natural area will do— maybe even the grounds around your regular meeting place. You could also try an outdoor classroom or amphi- theater because there’s usually seating and some sort of a stage area. Because of outdoor distractions,


and perhaps impending darkness, you’ll want to consider keeping your ceremony brief. Still, it should last long enough to justify the trip for families, especially if they traveled far to attend. And you might spend time around


a campfire afterward. Fetterman follows his crossovers with a flag-retire- ment ceremony, while McLaughlin’s pack roasts marshmallows and makes s’mores. Staging your ceremony outdoors


also means having a backup plan in case of rain. That could involve choos- ing a site with a pavilion or planning


an alternate location or date. McLaughlin advises that you


expect the unexpected. “You will have the sibling who will become fright- ened because an owl hoots,” he says. Remember that a successful cer-


emony should involve the parent or parents crossing over, as well. That reinforces the message that


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families will be involved with their son’s new troop just as they were with his pack. Holding crossover ceremonies


outdoors requires more of the adults involved, says McLaughlin—both the leaders who have to haul props and the parents who have to haul boys. But he thinks it’s worth it. “It’s not for the people involved;


it’s for the Scouts,” McLaughlin says. “That’s the attitude we take. To a degree, it’s for Mom and Dad. But really, it’s for the guys.” ¿


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