Tiger Elective Adventure Requirements: Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries
Blog 22 Jul 2014 | 6:33 am
Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries is one of the Tiger elective adventures. In the current Tiger Cub program, it is most similar to Tiger Elective 19 – Magic Fun .
For this adventure, Tiger Cubs and their adult partners learn about magic, science, secret codes, and other “mysteries”.
The requirement for this adventure are shown below. Upon completion of this adventure, Tiger Cubs will receive a belt loop.
Tiger Adventure Requirements: Curiosity, Intrigue, and Magical Mysteries
Learn a magic trick. Practice your magic trick so you can perform it in front of an audience.
Create an invitation to a magic show.
With your den or with your family, put on a...
Gizmodo writer: Boy Scouts made me the man I am today
Blog 22 Jul 2014 | 6:00 am
It’s one thing when I tell you how becoming an Eagle Scout changed my life. After all, I work for the Boy Scouts of America.
It’s another thing when a writer for one of the top tech blogs says it.
That happened last week when Eagle Scout Wes Siler published a piece for Gizmodo’s Indefinitely Wild blog called “Boy Scouts Made Me The Man I Am Today, Here’s How.”
Gizmodo, for the few who don’t know, is a technology blog that ranks No. 168 of all websites in the U.S. for traffic. That puts it above the websites for People magazine, NPR and Macy’s (plus about a gazillion others).
Siler, turned sideways...
Is Barbie a Bad Role Model for Girl Scouts?
News 21 Jul 2014 | 5:17 pm
Barbie is a Girl Scout! Barbie is causing some controversy by becoming a Girl Scout. Last year, Barbie’s maker Mattel partnered with the Girl Scouts of America. Scouts can now earn a Barbie "Be anything, Do Everything" participation patch, the first ever with a corporate sponsor for the organization....
The Art of Story-Telling
blog 21 Jul 2014 | 4:08 pm
Once Upon a Campfire
One of the first Scout camping trips that sticks out in mind was not noteworthy because of where we went or what we did. As a matter of fact, I can’t even remember where it was. What sticks out in my head was what took place around the campfire one night.
We were all sitting around (kind of bored) when someone suggested a story. The problem was that no one had brought along any books with them. The idea was almost dropped when one of the older Scouts spoke up and said that he could tell a story...
blog 21 Jul 2014 | 2:39 pm
Deodorant isn’t something I think about a lot. I use it. And I notice when other people don’t. When I’m hiking or camping, I might pack a stick so I don’t offend my loved ones. But I’d never bothered reading the labels. So I’d never considered whether the ingredients were natural or not. I just assumed if I wasn’t grossing people out by the end of the day, my money was well-spent.
In the last few weeks I sampled three different underarm deodorants to see if one was better than another. And to make sure each was thoroughly tested, I applied them...
A Lifetime of Cave Exploration
Youtube 21 Jul 2014 | 1:42 pm
In this video, Steele describes his journey into the world of caving and some of the amazing things he's seen underground. Check it out, and then find Steele's list of the five best caves for beginners in the August 2014 issue of Boys' Life magazine....
Letters From Camp – Day One
Blog 21 Jul 2014 | 1:21 pm
Hello from Camp Horseshoe! Just checking for a couple of minutes (the first day or so at camp is always busy!) Be sure to email me!
Camp Webcam and Email
Send me an email me via Troop 24 Kennett Square
and I’ll reply via one of the video Letters from Summer Camp this week. You can check out the live webcam too. Here’s more information about Camp Horseshoe
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At Age 104, One Girl Scout Continues to Live by the Girl Scout Law!
Blog 21 Jul 2014 | 11:27 am
Meet Milly: One of the Oldest Living Girl Scouts in the Nationby Girl Scouts of Middle TennesseeBorn in 1909, Mildred (Milly) Lawson Ellis has been alive longer than Girl Scouts has been around. As a child in Maryville, Missouri, Milly remembers first hearing about Girl Scouts and Juliette Gordon Low through an article in her local paper. In 1923, Milly’s parents drove her in their Ford Model T (one of the first in the town) from their home in Missouri to Georgia so that she could meet Juliette and learn more about Girl Scouts. They asked around Savannah until they found...
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