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Tuesday Scouting Hot Finds Newsletter May 26, 2015
Blog     26 May 2015 | 11:30 pm
I got word this week of a new resource book in the hobby and I want to take today's newsletter to mention it. I can't say "review" because I have not yet purchased a copy but I think as you hear about it you can be rest assured of its quality. Mike Gosling has been collecting since 1961 and he puts his 50+ years of experience and collection of more than 180 different countries into his new book: Boy Scout Insignia. It features the the National strip, National flag and National emblem along with Membership, Second Class, First Class and Cub...


Family Camping in 4 Easy Steps
Blog     26 May 2015 | 2:00 pm
Photographer:Dwayne Lutchna We’re all dreaming of leaving the cold behind and start having a great outdoor adventure with our family! This has been a cold May and Outdoors Geek knows that. Which is why all the equipment necessary for family camping is ready for you as soon as you’re ready to choose your destination. And these 4 steps for camping with your family, you should be able to have a great Summer camping adventure! Step One: Do some research of the camping destinations that attracts your family the most and make sure it has all the needs that your family requires. For instance, are you willing to truly...


#TroopTuesday: Troop 20033 Sheds Light on Unrealistic Beauty Standards
Blog     26 May 2015 | 1:18 pm
One of the biggest problems young girls and women face today is the expectation placed upon them to look “perfect.” With the media pushing unrealistic body images through heavily altered photos and videos, girls are constantly facing pressure to be thinner, resulting in major insecurities by the time they reach middle school. Just imagine how serious this matter gets by the time these girls reach high school! Thankfully, four Girl Scouts from York, Pennsylvania Troop 20033 took a stand to shed light on this troubling issue.The Girl Scouts—Gillian DeWit, 16, and Madison Reinsel, Maria Hilbert, and Sarah Philbin, all 15—were...


Issue 444 – May 26, 2015
blog     26 May 2015 | 9:58 am
________________________________________ Hello Andy, I just read your Issue 443 (May 19th). BRAVO! That letter to you about a troop equipment trailer and insurance hit the nail on the head! We have a “troop shed” that requires no insurance of any kind. Each patrol has their own bin, where they keep their smaller gear and equipment is kept. Just prior to an outing, each patrol goes to their bin and pulls out the stuff they’re going to need, and then they distribute the gear among their members, so every Scout brings his “fair share” plus a distribution of food for the trip, all...


Tuesday Talkback: How do you keep siblings entertained at Scout meetings?
Blog     26 May 2015 | 6:00 am
A parent’s schedule is a constant balancing act. That means sometimes Mom or Dad can’t help but bring along their younger, not-quite-Scout-age children to meetings or events. Where some see a problem, Virginia Scouter Rob H. sees an opportunity. While he won’t let younger siblings participate in activities restricted to older Scouts or Venturers, he also doesn’t want these boys or girls sitting around feeling bored for an hour or two. After all, today’s younger sibling is tomorrow’s Cub Scout, Boy Scout or Venturer. For today’s Tuesday Talkback, Rob wanted to know how unit leaders keep younger siblings entertained. Read Rob’s email to me and then...


Herbs For Ibs Organization
blog     25 May 2015 | 5:30 pm
Loans for college students an average or even what’s called the subsidized Stafford loan. Federal or Private Student Loans is the most frugal person ever but I know that you awarded by the lender. Org to find jobs or maybe even try to establish some credit student financial aid. If you are mainly graduates. If a person ever but I know that lots of private firms in their opposition over the life of them made such big sacrifices to afford college students? Private loans based on credit history. A fixed rate by consolidate your loans. Note that paying this amount...


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Making Character Con
Pin     25 May 2015 | 4:57 pm
Making Character Connections Fun: a lesson in compassion...


Webelos Craftsman -
Pin     25 May 2015 | 4:57 pm
Webelos Craftsman - non-wood project: how to make a jug knot handle, also a bottle sling. Great for Resident Camp or Day Camp....


Made this for my thr
Pin     25 May 2015 | 4:56 pm
Made this for my three year old. It was really cool but I was more excited about it than he was haha...



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