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November 2014 - Fun Activities for Your Dens and Packs
Podcast     1 Nov 2014 | 2:00 am
We’ll be honest: This Cubcast is a little longer than previous ones, but that’s because the 15 minutes are chock full of new and retro activities that we know your dens and packs will love! Volunteer extraordinaire Linda Vaughn, who sits on the Cub Adventure Committee and is tasked with re-writing the den leader guides, joins us for this spirited discussion....


Girl Scouts founder honored with birthday celebration
News     29 Oct 2014 | 9:25 pm
Juliette Gordon Low once said, "I was born on the night when witches, imps and fairies roamed the earth!" The Girl Scouts founder was speaking, of course, about Halloween....


Pine, Ross Girl Scouts pen award-winning book about autism
News     29 Oct 2014 | 6:47 pm
Maria Ciao, 14, of Ross and Isabella Haberstock, 14, of Pine recently earned Girl Scouting’s second-highest honor — the Silver Award — after they co-authored ......


Girl Scouts grant to fund projects
News     29 Oct 2014 | 4:15 pm
The Girl Scouts of Southern Arizona was awarded a $26,000 grant from the State Farm Youth Advisory Board for projects and opportunities for Southern Arizona girls....


Salt Lake City’s Shoreline Trail
blog     29 Oct 2014 | 2:55 pm
With the Wasatch Mountains looming just to the east of Salt Lake City, the hiking, biking and backpacking options are endless. For those who don’t have the time or desire for mountain adventures, however, the Bonneville Shoreline Trail provides an easy-to-access, multi-use pathway that stretches over 100 miles from Idaho through Utah. The trail was established in 1990 with the concept of following what was the shoreline of glacial Lake Boneville nearly 15,500 years ago.   Photo by Ted & Dani Percival Flickr.com Just across the street from Hogel Zoo lies the small Shoreline trailhead parking lot. A steep half-mile climb quickly vaults hikers, bikers and joggers to an...


Boy Scouts receive a big donation
News     29 Oct 2014 | 1:48 pm
WESTON - A big donation will help scouts in central and northern Wisconsin. A man who went to a scouting camp in Rhinelander wants to help send more kids to camp....


Radnor board votes Boy Scouts can buy 2.2 acres of Ardrossan Farm
News     29 Oct 2014 | 1:36 pm
After hearing a presentation from the Friends of Troop 284 the Radnor Township Board of Commissioners Monday unanimously voted to allow the Boy Scout troop to begin the process needed to buy 2.2 acres of the Ardrossan Farm estate that the township already has under contract as part of an $11.6 million, 71-acre open space purchase....


Strangers Like Angels – Book Review
blog     29 Oct 2014 | 11:45 am
Crossing the Niger River in Mali, 1977 Strangers Like Angels is an enchanting tale about Alec and Jan Forman, a young couple from Britain who embark on a global adventure. Set in the mid-1970s, their saga is recounted from the photos, journal entries and letters to and from family back home during their multi-year trip – all compiled into a wonderful and beautiful memoir. In the pages of this delightful autobiography, they share their epic venture through Antartica, to the deserts of Africa, in the far off lands of central Asia and everywhere in between. The prose is decidedly British and, while...


3 One Pot Meals from Trail Eats
Blog     29 Oct 2014 | 11:27 am
Trail Eats came out of the print column in Wa Trails Magazine we wrote, from 2009 to 2013.  The book features 50 of my favorite recipes from the column, including: Breakfast • Bars, Balls & Noshes • Lunch • Soup • Dinner • Desserts Three of my favorite One Pot Meals are on the website and I have shared them […] The post 3 One Pot Meals from Trail Eats appeared first on Trail Cooking & The Outdoors....


EAST WINDSOR: Girl Scouts inventory trees for silver award
News     29 Oct 2014 | 11:00 am
EAST WINDSOR — Local Girl Scouts are on a mission to take inventory of trees and identify health issues in the area to complete their Silver Award project....


A Disc Golf Course in Melrose
Blog     29 Oct 2014 | 8:00 am
The Boy Scouts of Troop 68 were asked to help by providing an activity for last August’s Night To Unite in Melrose. I volunteered my disc golf practice basket and the Scouts brought their discs. People had fun trying their putting skills, or discovering that they did not have any putting skills. Employees from the city of Melrose, and even a couple city council members, stopped by to throw a few discs and talk about the game. Melrose does not have a disc golf course, but the city now has an interest in one after watching the Boy Scouts and the public...



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