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Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan approved to continue sales in Trenton
News     20 Aug 2014 | 11:27 pm
The council approved the Girl Scouts of Southeastern Michigan to continue their sales in the city during their meeting on Aug. 11....

Boy Scout camp teaches skills for all kinds of survival
News     20 Aug 2014 | 2:43 pm
Summers spent at Boy Scout camp are about coming of age....

Kandersteg Dispatches – Day Eight
Blog     20 Aug 2014 | 1:02 pm
We’re Home! Here’s Day Eight in Bern, our final installment! I’ll be sending you dispatches from Kandersteg International Scout Center August 9-18. The post Kandersteg Dispatches – Day Eight appeared first on

Newtown supervisors honor five Eagle Scouts for organizing service projects that benefited the township
News     20 Aug 2014 | 11:12 am
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....

Pre-Trail Maintenance for Your GPS Receiver
blog     20 Aug 2014 | 11:00 am
Photo by Daveynin Summer is a great time to head for the trail and practice with a GPS receiver. There are several things hikers can do before leaving home. First, make a short checklist so that nothing is forgotten. Begin by checking the electronic setup of the GPS receiver: Take a look at the batteries The coordinate system setup Electronic mapping Review the waypoint management. Then, tune-up the receiver to maximize position accuracy by looking at how displays and waypoints are managed. Here are a few recommendations to consider. Setup Dump those old AA batteries and put in new ones. If you leave your GPS on all...

Saturday Strolling
Blog     20 Aug 2014 | 9:55 am
Saturday I was well on my way to a typical morning: farmers market, prepping produce and canning. Yes, I can. A lot. Saturday was Spiced Strawberry Jam. I was half-way through when Kirk asked if I wanted to get out of the house. OK! So I finished up as quickly as I could and we […] The post Saturday Strolling appeared first on Trail Cooking & The Outdoors....

Vermont Cub Scouts race for a record
News     20 Aug 2014 | 9:26 am
Some Vermont Cub Scouts are preparing for a record-setting race this weekend....

August 2014 Be Prepared® Newsletter
Blog     20 Aug 2014 | 9:25 am
   August, 2014                                                                                                    Vol. 6, No. 8  ONE IN A MILLION EDITION A Million Philmont Campers Scouting by the Millions  Millions of Cook Kits  Future Numbers       One million! That’s a mighty big number, especially for celebrating high points of Scouting. Did you know that canoers setting off from BSA’s Northern Tier High Adventure Base can explore a million acres of the Boundary Waters Canoe Area Wilderness? Or that Boy Scouts of World War Two gathered 30 million pounds of old tires for recycling in just a couple of weeks? Or that since 1953, Cub Scouts have built 100 million Pinewood Derby cars?                                                                                                              Robert Birkby photo  Scouts canoeing...

Cub Scouts lend a hand at Recycling Road Show
News     20 Aug 2014 | 8:36 am
Cub Scouts from Pack 131 rolled up their sleeves and donned work gloves during the Ascension Parish Recycling Road Show on Aug. 2...

Scouts make it out of Utah hills on own, after major rescue effort launched
News     20 Aug 2014 | 8:09 am
A group of Boy Scouts made it safely out of the rugged hills east of Smithfield just hours after triggering a major search and rescue effort. Cache County Sheriff's Lt. Doyle Peck confirmed Wednesday that search and rescue crews, along with a helicop......

Girl Scouts Take Top Awards at Solar Car Race!
Blog     20 Aug 2014 | 6:53 am
Girl Scouts Heart of the South has some news to share! Girl Scout Troops 10103 and 13361 took home top honors in Memphis Light, Gas and Water’s “A-Blazing Model Solar Car Race”. The object of the competition was to design and build a vehicle powered strictly by solar power using recycled materials and a special kit containing a solar panel and motor.Participants were instructed to use the kits along with various recycled materials to design and construct a vehicle to race on a 20-meter course. After a series of head-to-head elimination rounds, Girl Scout Troop 10103 from Collierville won first...

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