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VERONA: Cub Scouts sell holiday wreaths
News     20 Nov 2014 | 2:21 am
Verona’s Cub Scout Pack 31 is selling fresh holiday wreaths from Hillcrest Farms....


Girl Scouts collect 240 shoe boxes for children in need
News     20 Nov 2014 | 2:15 am
ROCKAWAY - Girl Scouts from about 60 troops decorated and packed 240 Operation Christmas Child boxes at Thomas Jefferson Middle School on Thursday, Nov. 13, more than doubling last year’s 103 boxes....


Exley Elementary Cub Scouts take part in Sam Houston BSA centennial day of service
News     19 Nov 2014 | 7:28 pm
The cub scouts from Exley Elementary in Katy participated in the Sam Houston Area Council’s centennial day of service, in which the council hoped to log at least 100,000 total service hours between scout units in 16 counties....


Easton area school band, Cub Scouts open Lehigh Valley Phantoms game (photos)
News     19 Nov 2014 | 6:50 pm
The Phantoms hosted the Hershey Bears at the PPL Center in Allentown....


La Cañada History: Cub Scouts compete in 'Rain-Gutter Regatta' boat races
News     19 Nov 2014 | 4:53 pm
What happened 10-20-30 years ago? Cub Scouts of Pack 512 from La Cañada Elementary School race their hand-crafted wooden boats in their "Rain-Gutter Regatta" on a rainy Sunday afternoon in November 2004....


Aqua-Bound Freedom Paddle Review
blog     19 Nov 2014 | 4:21 pm
Photos by Jessie Keller When I’m stand-up paddle boarding and focusing on my balance, I usually find myself wishing my load could be just a little lighter. Mostly my gut. But sometimes my paddle. A lighter paddle isn’t just about the ease of carrying it to and from the shore. A lighter paddle means less distraction from your balance and less fatigue throughout ride. The Aqua-Bound Freedom Paddle is a 29-ounce, 100% carbon shaft that is noticeably lighter than most SUP paddles. Working from side to side across the water, it was far easier to pick up and never threw me off...


Boy Scouts dedicate day of service
News     19 Nov 2014 | 1:37 pm
Showing true commitment, scouts from the Sam Houston Area Council Boy Scouts of America came together in a day of service to complete one of their largest service projects on Saturday, Nov. 15....


CUB SCOUTS CAMP OUT
News     19 Nov 2014 | 10:33 am
The Cub Scouts from Pack 194 of Pleasanton, Texas went on their annual family overnight campout at the 3-D Ranch in Three Rivers, Texas on Saturday, November 15, 2014. The 200-acre 3-D Ranch is owned and operated by Mrs. Betty DeBrosse and her son Jerry DeBrosse....


Cub Scouts host visitors from NYPD's 122nd Precinct
News     19 Nov 2014 | 10:21 am
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- Officers from NYPD's 122nd Precinct and the Law Enforcement Explorer Program paid a visit to Cub Scout Pack 41 at St. Clare's in Great Kills on Tuesday. Accompanying the officers was McGruff, everyone's favorite crime-fighting dog,......


Girl Scouts Joins Intel on Capitol Hill to Reduce the Tech Gender Gap
Blog     19 Nov 2014 | 10:09 am
Building on the release last week of a new Intel report that found “Making” can engage girls in computer science and engineering, Girl Scouts was proud to participate at a bipartisan Capitol Hill briefing focused on broadening the participation of girls and underrepresented minorities in the Maker Movement.Emily Sullivan, a 16-year old Girl Scout from Nation’s Capital, shared her personal experiences with STEM and Maker activities, and how much Girl Scouts has enabled her interests.  While she was in middle school, Emily shared ideas about modifying the wheelchair for a friend with physical disabilities, intending to make it easier for...


New Leader Orientation
Blog     19 Nov 2014 | 9:09 am
Tom sent in this question: The New Leader Meeting for our Pack was basically, read the hand book and ask us any questions. As an Eagle Scout I was able to figure a bunch out on my own and our Den is running strong. However, I see other new leaders that are new to Scouting are having a tougher time. I am putting together a Leader Orientation for next year and was wondering what you would include, especially with the upcoming program changes. It is great that you are thinking ahead, especially with the significant changes coming to the Cub Scout program...



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