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Teamwork
Blog     27 Jun 2016 | 3:09 pm
Teamwork makes hard things look easy. And awesome.If you fail to plan, you plan to fail.Practice makes permanent.Breitling Jet Team at Hill AFB, UT, 6.25.2016(Really, I just needed an excuse to post this photo here.)Prepared. | For Life.™...


Use Pack’s Summer Events for More Than Fun!
Blog     27 Jun 2016 | 3:08 pm
Our Cub Scout pack's summer events do triple duty for us. Read on to find out how we use the events! The post Use Pack’s Summer Events for More Than Fun! appeared first on Cub Scout Ideas....


Remembering Steve Harman: 'gave much of himself to others'
News     27 Jun 2016 | 2:54 pm
He spent many years as a volunteer staff member at Hidden Valley Scout Reservation and Tuckahoe Scout Camp. He was a member of St. Mark's Lutheran Church and served numerous positions with Troop 302 at St. Marks. Surviving are an uncle, Richard Grau ......


Marjorie Hill
News     27 Jun 2016 | 2:53 pm
Marjorie R. Hill, 94, of Philmont, New York, formerly of Malone, New York, passed away Sunday afternoon, June 26, 2016, at the Pine Haven Nursing Home in Philmont. Born in Chateaugay, New York, she was the daughter of the late Patrick and Stella Brickey ......


Local scout is world champion Pinewood Derby racer
News     27 Jun 2016 | 2:31 pm
Edgerton Cub Scout Taylor Diestch is the 2016 world champion of the Pinewood Derby, having raced his way to the top with a little help from his dad, who owns Jason Dietsch Collision and Customs in Edgerton. Taylor, an 11-year-old Webelo, turned out to be a ......


Custaloga Town scout camp: almost 50 and still vibrant
News     27 Jun 2016 | 2:14 pm
CARLTON -- Boy Scouts from Troop 210 visited Custaloga Town Scout Reservation to get the lay of the land before their June campout. Scouts are judged on the entrances to their campsites, and the Conneautville Scouts had an idea for their 2016 site....


Wear cowboy boots on a hike?
Blog     27 Jun 2016 | 1:44 pm
Q. Is it OK to wear cowboy boots on a hike? I have a pair that is very comfortable. — B.J. the Cowboy, LeHigh Acres, Florida Interesting question. I’ve definitely never been asked that one before. Cowboy boots are not the ideal type of footwear for hiking. Yes, cowboys wear them, but they also probably spend more time riding horses than hiking. The main problems with cowboy boots are the tall heel and the lack of traction, both of which could spell trouble and instability on tricky, rocky or slippery terrain. Also, since most cowboy boots have very little cushioning, your feet probably...


Scoutmaster Podcast 322 – Youth Engagement
Blog     27 Jun 2016 | 12:17 pm
Scouting is something Scouts do for themselves … … rather than a program of activities presented for them. This week I’ll discuss the way Scouts should be engaged in leading one another, in making decisions affecting what they do and how it is done. Our ideal responsive leadership role as a barely perceptible influence empowering young people to do things for themselves. We accomplish this in a progressive partnership: adult and youth roles are collaborative, not hierarchical. This partnership is one of the unique facets of Scouting that adults often misunderstand. We may be reluctant to cede authority to young people, or doubt...


Scoutmaster Podcast 322 – Youth Engagement
Blog     27 Jun 2016 | 12:17 pm
Scouting is something Scouts do for themselves … … rather than a program of activities presented for them. This week I’ll discuss the way Scouts should be engaged in leading one another, in making decisions affecting what they do and how it is done. Our ideal responsive leadership role as a barely perceptible influence empowering young people to do things for themselves. We accomplish this in a progressive partnership: adult and youth roles are collaborative, not hierarchical. This partnership is one of the unique facets of Scouting that adults often misunderstand. We may be reluctant to cede authority to young people, or doubt...


Richland sewing enthusiast aids veterans through Girl Scout project
News     27 Jun 2016 | 11:59 am
To thank aging U.S. military veterans for their service, Shaelyn Parry, 17, of Richland decided to handcraft carryalls for their walkers and wheelchairs. Parry also chose the project to earn her Girl Scout Gold Award, the highest award given by the Girl ......



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MasterChef Junior announces open casting calls for young cooks
A Boy Scout won Season 2 of MasterChef Junior back in December 2014. If you ask me, it’s time for seconds. MasterChef Junior, the Fox competition that awards $100,000 to a preteen cook, is hosting open casting calls for Season...
 
 

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