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Trip To The Police Station
Blog     30 Jan 2015 | 1:43 pm
Most people are quite happy to never have to visit a police station. Seeing one on a television show is just fine with them. The Boy Scouts of Troop 68 think a little differently. They were happy to pay a visit to the local station. The Boy Scouts gathered at the city hall during their regular meeting time on Monday, January 19th. Police Chief Craig Maus met the Boy Scouts and leaders in the lobby and led them downstairs for a tour of the station. The adults seemed to be just as excited as the Scouts as they walked down the...


Born To Be A Scout
News     30 Jan 2015 | 11:48 am
Now here is a video that will put a smile on your face! Published by Larry Green from over at www.scoutpioneering.com this is a collection of photos illustrating some features of the Boy Scouts of America’s multifaceted Program, set to the Music, “Born to Be a Scout” by The Alex Boye’ Review. Be sure to hit the share button with your friends!...


Born To Be A Scout
News     30 Jan 2015 | 11:48 am
Now here is a video that will put a smile on your face! Published by Larry Green from over at www.scoutpioneering.com this is a collection of photos illustrating some features of the Boy Scouts of America’s multifaceted Program, set to the Music, “Born to Be a Scout” by The Alex Boye’ Review. Be sure to hit the share button with your friends!...


Katy Perry and Thin Mints: A Brief History
Blog     30 Jan 2015 | 11:36 am
Stay tuned to track how this story develops....



Blog     30 Jan 2015 | 9:05 am
Graphite QuestionsThe Two Most Popular Questions of the 2013-14 SeasonBy Randy DavisEach pinewood derby season, there are always a few questions that get asked more than any others. Some years the questions are about weighting, while other years the questions are about alignment. But during the past season, there were two popular questions about lubricating with graphite. So let's discuss these in detail.Question 1: How do you get graphite to stick to the axles?The short answer is, "You don't want graphite to stick to the axles", but let's go a little deeper. Graphite is carbon in a unique...


Boy Scouts "perversion files" to remained sealed
News     30 Jan 2015 | 7:31 am
A 20-year-old man who was molested by a Scout volunteer in 2007 reached a settlement with the Boy Scouts....


Cub Scouts get creative for Chariot Races
News     30 Jan 2015 | 6:59 am
GREEN — Cub Scouts from Green, Springfield, New Franklin, Coventry and Norton were among the participants in the annual Lakes District Cub Scout Chariot Races, which took place Jan. 25 at Green Intermediate School....


Elian’s Good Turn: Scout’s kind act will make you proud to be in Scouting
Blog     30 Jan 2015 | 6:00 am
If you ever need a reminder that there are still good people in this world, look to Scouting. Here’s an awesome example that happened just last week. Elian, a 13-year-old Life Scout from Troop 43 in Princeton, N.J., was walking to meet his dad for a ride to a Pokémon tournament. On his way from home through downtown Princeton to meet his father, Elian heard a woman crying. Most 13-year-olds would have kept walking — but not Elian. What he did will make you proud to call yourself a Scouter or Scout. And it’s proof positive that the concept of “kindness to strangers” is alive and well. Adrienne, Elian’s proud mom, shared the story with me, and it’s...


Opening Activity: O
Pin     29 Jan 2015 | 8:12 pm
Opening Activity: One each table was a pile of fabric strips for head or arm bands. A small container of face paint and q-tips and a paper with instructions. Each table was a Survivor Tribe. They had to complete 3 Challenges to earn face stripes. A physical, mental and tribe challenge. This worked well as families arrived at different times and kept the scouts busy. They all enjoyed the face paint! When their tribe was finished they earned their sack of dinner utensils, plates and cups....


Calvin Coolidge: The President and the Scout
blog     29 Jan 2015 | 5:32 pm
In July, 1924, tragedy struck America’s first family. President Coolidge and Boy Scouts Calvin Jr., the son of President Calvin Coolidge, died suddenly and unexpectedly at the age of 16 from blood poisoning. Coolidge was devastated, and the whole country mourned with him. At the same time, many people (especially his close supporters) wondered what would happen now. Coolidge was in the middle of running for reelection as United States President, and many of his projects were in states of half-completion. He was a quiet man with a very reserved character. It was hard to predict how he would react. Would this heartbreak...



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