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By: webmaster      

In the eleventh book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher, continues the six-part adventure with the older scouts of the Beaver Patrol of the First Chicago Troop as they find themselves camping in an abandoned Pennsylvania Coal Mine, trying to solve the mystery of strange lights that appear to come from the deserted tunnels.http://bigrockpubs.com/order-tracking/boy-scouts-in-coal-caverns/...[More]


By: jliaban      

Going on a field trip is a great way to educate your scouts without boring them out of existence. Your scouts will be fascinated by what they will learn and they will learn these through fun experience. Plus, you’ll get to bond with them too. In a field trip, you’re not limited to exploring the place you went to but you also get to do fun activities there as well. You also get to...[More]


By: webmaster      

In the tenth book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher, continues the six-part adventure with the older scouts of the Beaver Patrol of the First Chicago Troop as they travel to the Northwest Territory of Canada on a mission for their mysterious benefactor, where they encounter miners, antiques smugglers, and murders – and more bears!http://bigrockpubs.com/order-tracking/boy-scouts-in-northern-wilds/ ...[More]


By: webmaster      

This week, I had the chance to interview Hal Daume, the Scouter who writes the popular “Ask Andy” column at http://netcommissioner.com/askandy/ for an upcoming Scouting magazine article. (Check out the column if you haven’t seen it before; you’ll find lots of smart advice.) We had a great discussion, but one thing in particular struck me. Hal said the most important volunteer in any troop is not the Scoutmaster, not the committee chairman, not any adult...[More]


By: webmaster      

Please, just laugh at this post, as it is completely satire. If any of you are really crazy enough to try any of these methods in real life... well you deserve what you get. Put on your acting hat, pick up the phone and with some sniffling, coughing and stuffed sounds call your boss and tell him how sick you are. Oh it would help if you had a cloths pin on your nose so...[More]


By: webmaster      

In the ninth book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher, continues the six-part adventure with the older scouts of the Beaver Patrol of the First Chicago Troop as they travel to out west and find themselves in a gangland war between lawmen, outlaws, bears, and nature.http://bigrockpubs.com/order-tracking/boy-scouts-on-the-great-divide/...[More]


By: webmaster      

Description: NESA LogoWe often say at Eagle courts of honor that the Eagle Scout trail is never-ending. But many Eagle Scouts hit a speed bump not long after their courts of honor. In rapid success, they receive their Eagle badges, graduate from high school, and enter college, the military, or the workforce; the next time they seriously engage in Scouting is when their own sons join Cub Scouting.While you can’t control what your Eagle Scouts...[More]


By: webmaster      

Tuna Melts In A Pie Iron2 slices bread 1 Tbs butter or margarine Prepared Tuna Cheese slicesButter bread and lay in pie iron, buttered side against iron. Fill center with filling. Close pie iron, pull off excess bread. Set in coals. Turn every 3 minutes. Check after 6 minutes to see if brown Personal Pita Pocket Pizza4 pieces of pita bread 2 cups pizza sauce 2 cups shredded Mozzarella cheese toppings as desired (sausage, hamburger,...[More]


By: webmaster      

This is the eighth book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher.Boy Scouts in the Everglades continues the new story line for the series that began with the seventh volume, Boy Scouts on Old Superior (also available from Big Rock Publishing). Starting in the previous book, Fletcher left behind the by-now familiar characters and exploits of the boys of the Beverly, Indiana, Beaver Patrol, and turned to their compatriots in the...[More]


By: webmaster      

Eagle courts of honor, by their very nature, celebrate success. But no one becomes an Eagle Scout without enduring a lot of failures first. When you present the Eagle charge during your next court of honor, consider using a text like the one here, which demonstrates how true success usually comes out of failure:We are here tonight, of course, to celebrate a great success. Now it is my job to tell you how to turn...[More]


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