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The must-have Scouting Apps
News     17 Dec 2014 | 8:30 pm
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To do my Duty…
Blog     17 Dec 2014 | 8:29 pm
During Scoutmaster conferences I often ask the Scout what the Scout Oath and Law mean to them.  In their own words what do the values and the promises found in the Oath and Law mean. It seems that, by and large, there is a lack of knowledge in so far as defining what “Duty” means with our younger Scouts.  With our older Scouts too for that matter. When I was a young Scout, right after we walked up hill both ways in the snow, it seems to me that we were taught in School, home, and Church what Duty meant and what...


Sewickley Valley Girl Scouts adapt to digital cookie sales
News     17 Dec 2014 | 8:12 pm
Buying Girl Scout Cookies soon could be as easy as a few taps on a mobile device or computer. Beginning next month, when the 2015 ......


"You Make the Call" Follow-Up
Blog     17 Dec 2014 | 7:14 pm
In first "You Make the Call" post I made our goals that I needed to work towards completing. As a reminder the goals are as follows:Goal 1: I will make a sincere effort to say 5 positive things that happened each day. These 5 positive things will be logged on my computer and then posted to this blog on a weekly basis. I will do this every week for 12 weeks.Goal 2: I will say at least 1 positive thing to 3 different people each and everyday. If I am not going to leave the house on one day I will write...


Girl Scouts celebrate the holidays while fulfilling badge requirements
News     17 Dec 2014 | 3:50 pm
Members of Girl Scout Troop 70884 and several chaperones traveled from Ray Township to Troy Dec. 6 to celebrate the holidays at the Troy Historic Village while working on their community badges....


Centerville seeks Eagle Scouts for centennial
News     17 Dec 2014 | 2:41 pm
Centerville city officials would like Boy Scouts to help with celebration of the city's centennial next year....


Cub Scouts Earn Their News Badge & Tour Station
News     17 Dec 2014 | 2:09 pm
NewsCenter1 had a visit from an excited group of Cub Scouts Monday night - the Pack 152 Bears....


Gregg Treinish: Adventuring with a Purpose
blog     17 Dec 2014 | 1:43 pm
At Seattle Backpackers Magazine, we’re always looking for leaders in the outdoors who can inspire us through their experiences. We sat down with Gregg Treinish, founder of the nonprofit Adventurers and Scientists for Conservation, to get his take on what moves him in outdoor stewardship. Check out this piece to get inspired by his adventures. National Geographic named Gregg an Emerging Explorer in 2013, and Adventurer of the Year in 2008 for the first-ever completion of a 7,800-mile, 22-month hike of the Andes Mountain Range. Currently, he is the Executive Director of ASC, which mobilizes outdoor enthusiasts to collect environmental data, driving...


So how did Boy Scout Logan do in the ‘MasterChef Junior’ finale?
Blog     17 Dec 2014 | 10:34 am
Spoilers follow! Don’t read if you haven’t yet watched the Season 2 finale of MasterChef Junior. Sixteen young chefs entered Gordon Ramsay’s MasterChef Junior competition, but only one left with the title of champion and a check for $100,000. The show, a spinoff of Ramsay’s popular MasterChef, pits 8- to 13-year-olds against one another in a series of increasingly difficult cooking challenges. Those race-the-clock challenges — including filleting Alaskan salmon, flipping pancakes and cooking the perfect sunny-side-up eggs — were no match for Logan Guleff, a 12-year-old Boy Scout from Troop 34 of the Chickasaw Council, headquartered in Memphis, Tenn. Logan, who first made headlines in Boys’ Life magazine, won the finale and title of MasterChef Junior...


Cub scouts deliver 'Socks of Love' to homeless
News     17 Dec 2014 | 10:06 am
Santa Claus may fill stockings with goodies, but Grove City Pack 275 Cub Scouts use tube socks to spread holiday cheer....


Twas Our First Night Out Camping…
Blog     17 Dec 2014 | 9:05 am
Here’s the “poem” I read on Podcast 248. I’ve had several requests for a print version of the poem I read on Podcast 248. A PDF of the image below is available to download (link at the bottom of this post) and I have included a text version below if you’d like to print it out ‘Twas our first night out camping, when all through the troop, Every creature was stirring, a loud, happy group. The tents were all pitched and the fire was lit, As Scouts sang their songs, each patrol did a skit. Soon they were nestled snug in their camp beds; While visions of breakfast...



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