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October 2014 - Visual Storytelling Workshops
Podcast     1 Oct 2014 | 2:04 am
Every picture tells a story, don’t it? And as a parent of one Cub Scout or leader of many, how do you take those fabulous pictures you have of your Cub Scouts doing really fun activities and then use them to recruit new boys into the program? Not only might you be developing a new skill, but you’ll also have lots of fun in the process. Click the download button to hear more about this fascinating new initiative....


Man accused of stealing donations from Cub Scouts
News     29 Sep 2014 | 9:04 pm
It doesn’t get much lower than snatching donations from the Cub Scouts. But that’s what a Rhode Island man is accused of doing outside a Stop & Shop in Malden. “He grabbed the cashbox from out under my hand, and I was taken by surprise and just shocked,” said Marguerite D’Angelo, a Cub Scout mom who was working the popcorn fundraiser table outside the supermarket with her son Sunday. D’Angelo ......


Wesley Myers stepped up for Cub Scouts when 'no other parent would'
News     29 Sep 2014 | 7:39 pm
The Columbia resident, who died Saturday at 48, took a particular interest in helping scouts who didn't have a positive male influence, his wife said. Read more...


Three Kingwood Girl Scouts travel around the world
News     29 Sep 2014 | 4:06 pm
Three Kingwood area Girl Scouts participated in Girl Scouts of the USA’s Destinations program over the summer, traveling to Scotland, Washington and Alabama....


Ultra-Light Backcountry Fish Soup Recipe
blog     29 Sep 2014 | 4:04 pm
Never hurts to have a good view when cooking Tired of freeze dried meals while on the trail? Do you enjoy fishing while backpacking, but don’t know how to prepare a tasty dish without your home kitchen? Try my ultra-lightweight Backcountry Fish Soup Recipe! Perfect for when fires are prohibited or on cold nights while camping on the coast. As a trained chef, it’s hard to leave behind all my spices, pans and gadgetry— but who wants to lug the kitchen sink up a mountain? When you’re trying to shave every ounce off your pack it’s important to make what you bring...


Phillips Island Donated to Boy Scouts
News     29 Sep 2014 | 3:59 pm
A nearly fifteen-year battle between Wicomico County and a former Tommy Hilfiger executive may soon be coming to an end. Edwin Lewis has agreed to donate the land to the Del-Mar-Va Council Boy Scouts of America. It's a move that Wicomico County officials say should settle the matter....


Girl Scouts of central Indiana discuss well-being of girls
News     29 Sep 2014 | 3:36 pm
INDIANAPOLIS (WISH) – It’s not just about selling cookies and having fun. Girl Scout executives of central Indiana are concerned about the well-being of girls here....


MANVILLE: Scouts selling popcorn to cover troop expenses
News     29 Sep 2014 | 2:48 pm
Manville Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of 193 are selling Trail’s End popcorn until Oct. 13 to help meet expenses and enable Scouts to go to camp and participate in activities....


MANVILLE: Scouts selling popcorn to cover troop expenses
News     29 Sep 2014 | 2:48 pm
Manville Boy Scouts and Cub Scouts of 193 are selling Trail’s End popcorn until Oct. 13 to help meet expenses and enable Scouts to go to camp and participate in activities....


Hiking below the Autumn Leaves with a Trio of Deer
blog     29 Sep 2014 | 1:08 pm
Click to view slideshow. Autumn Confetti is sprinkled in the canopy above the Upper Dogwood Trail. An early show, a tease of the coming autumn spectacular. A familiar family of Whitetail Deer grazed along a parallel path.  I have regularly photographed this Doe, her older daughter and her spring fawn throughout the summer months. She has carefully shepherded them across the park and I have seen them in several different locations. Spiderweb architecture glittered along each trail each one a unique sculpture. Near the end of of our hike a sweet Chipmunk looked at us from a small rock rising above...


Podcast 237 – Patrol Method 3
Blog     29 Sep 2014 | 12:38 pm
What, exactly, is the Patrol Method? Why did our founder emphasize the importance of the patrol method over all else in Scouting? In this week’s podcast the third of four installments that discusses the typical objections raised when the patrol method is applied. Three different email questions on the theme of focusing on the individual Scout, one has an over ambitious parent and an attitude problem, one has special needs, and one is going through tough times. Sponsored By ScoutmasterCG.com Backers Listen to Scoutmaster Podcast 237  Join me in Kandersteg next summer! Details Here. Get The SCOUTMASTERCG APP Podcast Archive   The post Podcast 237 – Patrol Method 3 appeared first on...



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