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Rebuilding A Cub Scout Pack
Blog     15 Sep 2014 | 8:00 am
As the Cub Scout program year came to a close last May our cubmaster stepped down from his position. His youngest son has graduated out of the pack. That left the pack without a cubmaster. It also left the pack without an active pack committee. Everyone who was registered as a committee member no longer had sons as members of the pack. The pack had no leadership in place for this fall, and no one had done anything to try to take care of that problem over the summer. I was a member of the pack committee, but it was pretty much...


Tiny Woodpeckers Beneath the Late Summer Leaves
blog     15 Sep 2014 | 7:33 am
Click to view slideshow. “Time stills beneath the canopy of leaves cradled in Natures song.” ~ Lee Hiller Love to ALL! Lee Filed under: Hot Springs National Park Tagged: Arkansas Birds, Butterfly, Downy Woodpecker, Eastern Tiger Swallowtail Butterfly, Hiking Trails, Hot Springs National Park, Nature Blog, Nature Photography, Photo Blog, Photography, summer leaves, Swallowtail, Wildflowers...


Boy Scout chief to participate in Eagle Scout ceremony
News     15 Sep 2014 | 6:46 am
MANCHESTER – The chief executive of the Boy Scouts of America, Wayne Brock, will participate in a ceremony honoring scouts who have attained the rank of Eagle Scout in the past year. Brock will be part of the at the Daniel Webster Council Eagle Scout Recognition Reception, to be held Thursday, Sept. 18, at 7 p.m. at The New Hampshire Institute of Politics and Political Library at St....


You can teach a Scout to fish — with proper training
Blog     15 Sep 2014 | 6:00 am
If your idea of teaching Scouts how to fish is telling them to “watch what I do,” you probably could use some training. And I’ve got just the thing: the Certified Angling Instructor Training course, taught Oct. 30 to Nov. 2, 2014, at (where else?) Florida Sea Base. Conference attendees will earn the BSA’s Certified Angling Instructor recognition, meaning they’re certified to run fishing programs at BSA summer camps and instruct the Fishing and Fly-Fishing merit badges. Think of it as the fishing equivalent of firearm or climbing instructor training. Of course, if you’re a registered merit badge counselor, you may teach Fishing and Fly-Fishing merit...


Spotlight on National Young Woman of Distinction, Camille Borders
Blog     15 Sep 2014 | 5:41 am
The National Young Women of Distinction honor is given by Girl Scouts of the USA to the top ten Girl Scout Gold Award recipients whose Take Action projects demonstrated outstanding leadership, had a measureable and sustainable impact, and addressed a local challenge related to a national and/or global issue. The girls and their projects will be showcased on the Girl Scout Blog in advance of being honored at the 2014 national convention in Salt Lake City this October. Camille Borders: Girls Run the World: Encouraging Political Activism in Young WomenAge: 17Hometown: Blush Ash, OhioYears of Girl Scouting: 11Inspiration:“If I was...


Training news and updates
Blog     15 Sep 2014 | 5:00 am
The national training team has been busy not only with revisions to training courses but also with changes to several other tools and opportunities that will help us better serve our units. Here is a summary of the latest updates on the training front: Better tracking of older courses - Perhaps you have gone online to […]...


Newtown supervisors honor five Eagle Scouts for organizing service projects that benefited the township
News     14 Sep 2014 | 10:34 pm
NEWTOWN TOWNSHIP - Five Boy Scouts from area troops were honored at the Aug. 13 board of supervisors’ meeting for their Eagle Scout service projects which improved several township parks....


B.P.’s Blog – The Patrol Spirit
Blog     14 Sep 2014 | 9:05 am
During his lifetime Robert Baden-Powell, founder of the worldwide Scouting movement, wrote many books and articles directed to Scouters. Each Sunday I’ll publish a selection from his writings in the hope that you’ll draw inspiration and understanding from his timeless ideas. THE more I see of Troops which are successful, the more I realise the value of the system of making the Patrol the responsible unit of the Troop, and the treatment of the Patrol Leader as a responsible being, just as if he were grown up. As a further step in this direction, and one which I think will be helpful...


The Eight Piece Starter Village
Blog     14 Sep 2014 | 7:47 am
I remember when the Boy Scout stores began selling the Scouting Village pieces a couple years ago. I decided to start collecting them a little too late and missed out on getting the lighted Trading Post building. I still do not have one. When this year’s village pieces became available at our local Scout Shop I bought all three immediately. I did not want to make the same mistake a second time. I recently noticed that in addition to this year’s collection pieces, scoutstuff.com has an eight piece starter set available to purchase. The set includes all the pieces from 2012...


Girl Scouts looking for new members and volunteers
News     14 Sep 2014 | 6:57 am
SPARTANBURG – Girl Scouts of South Carolina – Mountains to Midlands is making its back-to-school push for girls and adult volunteers to join Girl Scouts, the country’s preeminent leadership development organization for girls. read more...



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