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Area Scouts earn badge at Connellsville airport
News     25 Aug 2014 | 9:29 pm
A Boy Scout can earn more than 130 merit badges, covering everything from pottery to archery. A large group of approximately 20 worked together on ......


Family Hiking To Ipsut Pass
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 3:22 pm
Every year I have meant to share the Mowich Area at Mount Rainier National Park with Kirk. And I realized I had not taken Walker or Alistaire up there yet as well. So Sunday morning seemed perfect, especiually with coolwer weather forecasted. But while Mowich is incredibly close to us as the crow flies, it […] The post Family Hiking To Ipsut Pass appeared first on Trail Cooking & The Outdoors....


Scoutmaster Podcast 232
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 11:35 am
Sponsored By ScoutmasterCG.com Backers Hello! Back home and lots of catching up to do! I answer emails about signing requirements, Troop Planning, Eagle projects, and advancement. Plus an announcement for those of you interested in going to Kandersteg, Switzerland! Listen to Scoutmaster Podcast 232 Get The SCOUTMASTERCG APP Podcast Archive   The post Scoutmaster Podcast 232 appeared first on Scoutmastercg.com....


Backpacking Meals: Trail Pizza
blog     25 Aug 2014 | 10:58 am
Being from Chicago, I take my pizza pretty seriously. So, when I’m out in the backcountry, I don’t want to let my standards fall, but I also don’t want to be cooking with a headlamp trying to make some lengthy, effort-intensive gourmet meal. My solution: Trail Pizza. One of my favorite backpacking meals, trail pizza is super tasty, but also super easy to make. It also allows different group members to pick their own toppings and makes for a great family camping recipe where kids can help build their own pizza. Try it out and you won’t be disappointed— trail tested,...


Getting Parents to Sign Boys Up for Cub Scouting
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 9:49 am
Samantha sent in this question: We are looking for ways to attract mothers to sign their children up for the Cub Scouts. I was wondering if you can give me any tips or what can attract mothers to have their sons join cub scouts. I hope you e-mail me great advice and tips because we want to be able to recruit more boys to join the Boy Scouts of America! Our district professionals go to local schools and do great presentations directly to the boys. These are well prepared and humourous. Many of the boys go home and insist that their parents go...


Cub Scout Buddy System Check
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 8:15 am
Using the buddy system helps keep our Cub Scouts safe. Try this fun buddy check method to make sure the boys are sticking with their buddy....


Sept. 26 - Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay
News     25 Aug 2014 | 7:02 am
GOOD MORNING DELMARVA - Girl Scouts of the Chesapeake Bay invites girls and adult volunteers to join Girl Scouts, the country's preeminent leadership development organization for girls. With families already...


Newtown supervisors honor five Eagle Scouts for organizing service projects that benefited the township
News     25 Aug 2014 | 6:50 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....


Florida Boy Scout won't let autism stand in way of Eagle Scout dreams
News     25 Aug 2014 | 6:45 am
A Florida teen who has earned more than 70 merit badges, led 50 Boy Scouts and adult volunteers in an effort to beautify a special needs facility in his community Saturday, FloridaToday.com reported....


Merit badge requirements completed but no blue card — now what?
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
Four years ago, Boy Scout Aaron, now 15, began working on Theater merit badge. He acted in school plays and worked backstage at school musicals. There’s just one problem: nobody told his Scoutmaster. That means Aaron didn’t have a blue card. Or a merit badge counselor, for that matter. So are the curtains closed on Theater merit badge for Aaron? Or can he still count some of that experience toward the badge requirements? The basic answer is this: It’s up to the merit badge counselor, not the Scoutmaster, to determine whether the requirement was fulfilled. The Scout will have the burden of providing evidence that he indeed did...


Saintspeak
Blog     25 Aug 2014 | 6:00 am
Saintspeak is a tongue-in-cheek book written by Orson Scott Card that pokes fun (from within) at Mormon cultural norms and attitudes.  Published in 1981 and styled as a dicitonary, he skewers programs, practices and traditions alike, though it lacks a few contemporary entries.  Here, I'm posting a few that pertain to Youth ministry (this is a coed list):Agency: Within your stewardship, complete independence to do what you’re told.Beehives: Twelve- and thirteen-year-old girls in Mutual. Ask your local Beehive teacher whether the beehive was chosen as their symbol because of their cooperation, their buzz, or their sting.Calling: Mormons are content with...



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