Investiture Achievement/Friend/Making Friends

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Friend/Making Friends

Requirement 1

Discover 10 qualities of being a good friend and share two that are most important to you.

Here are several good qualities of being a good friend. See if you can come up with more.

Friends will stand by one another, even when someone else comes along.
Friends do nice things for one another.
Friends forgive one another and do not hold grudges.
Good Listener
Friends listen to one another.
Friends will gladly wait on one another.
A friend will tell the truth, even when it is hard. This will be done in a way that will not be embarrassing. Wounds from a friend can be trusted, but an enemy multiplies kisses. - Proverbs 27:6
A friend is encouraging.
Secrets and your things are safe with a true friend.
True friends are concerned about one another's well being.
Friends are interested in the things one another do and say.
When a friend gives, it's not because they expect to get something else in return.
A friend will put other's interests first.
A friend won't push someone to do something against their beliefs.
When a friend says she'll do something, she actually does it.
A true friend will accept others for who they are.

Requirement 2

Requirement 2

Fulfill requirements #1, #2, and #3 of the Christian Citizenship Honor.

For your convenience, the requirements are listed here.
1. Describe the national, state or provincial, AY, Pathfinder, and Christian flags.

2. Know how to display the national flag with two other flags under the following situations:

a. Camp out/camporee
b. Fair
c. Pathfinder Day program
d. Parade

3. Demonstrate how to fold and salute your national flag. Mention when and how it should be displayed.

For tips and instruction see Christian Citizenship.

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Requirement 3

Complete Friend requirements.

You must complete the requirements listed above this one on the current page.

Requirement 4

Complete the Christian Citizenship Honor, if not previously earned.

For tips and instruction see Christian Citizenship.