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By: webmaster      

In the fifth book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher, finds the boys of the Beaver Patrol of Beverly, Indiana, as they continue to build and grow their patrol. These boys, living shortly after the turn of the 20th century, decide to form their own fledgling Boy Scout troop – the first in their area. It is the dawn of the scouting movement in America. The boys have to overcome...[More]


By: ptsteve      

Hello All,Well as you might know or not know I have also taken on the job of Committee Chair for my Pack, along with being a Webelos Den Leader and Cub Scout Roundtable Commissioner. No can't take on any more primary positions.Have a new Cubmaster who is doing a great job and before we took over from the old management team we talked about what I took care of and what he took care of...[More]


By: webmaster      

Cake in an Orange Half6 large oranges 1 package of white cake mixCut the six oranges in half, and take out the oranges pieces and refrigerate them for another use. Prepare cake mix according to package instructions (or make your own home made cake from scratch). Pour the batter into the orange halves, put them back together and wrap in tin foil. Ff camping, bake in coals for 20-25 minutes or bake in oven at...[More]


By: webmaster      

For those of you who did not see them, back in 2009, check my original review of Garrett's first Scout movie “Scout Camp The Movie” and my first interview of Garrett.Thanks Garret for taking some time to talk to me again as I hear you have new adventures on the horizon.So you already made a movie based on Scouting called “Scout Camp The Movie”. Can you tell me a bit about what it was like...[More]


By: webmaster      

In the fourth book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher, brings back as protagonists the boys of the Beaver Patrol of Beverly, Indiana, a small Midwestern town. In this adventure, the scouts have entered a contest, sponsored by a local attorney. The challenge is to hike “a distance of just an even hundred miles, between sunrise of four days.” By now, readers familiar with the exploits of the Beaver...[More]


By: ptsteve      

Hello All,Sorry haven't been posting as much, but as we all know time is like a river, it keeps running.Since my last post, I am still a Webelos Den Leader and Pack Committee Chair, but have been asked and accepted the position of Cub Scout Round Table Commissioner. Yes, I have reached the point of saying NO, but all of it is fun and my sons are still having fun with Scouting.I have also completed...[More]


By: webmaster      

Tony Hooker wrote this as one of his Wood Badge Ticket Items,. It's about Kids with Autism Spectrum Disorders and Scouting. Some tips he recommends, from having dealt with his son's den where most are Aspies, or ADHD or both.1) Consistency and Planning. Have a routine order to a den meeting, that the boys know about. Start with Pledge/promise/law, or some ceremony every time If there is any Sit down / boring stuff do it...[More]


By: webmaster      

In the third book of this twelve part series, written by Maj. Archibald Lee Fletcher continues the story of the boys of the Beaver Patrol of Beverly, Indiana, a small Midwestern town. The boys, who live shortly after the turn of the twentieth century, formed their own fledgling Boy Scout troop – the first in their town. It is the dawn of the scouting movement in America. Their original efforts barely drew enough boys...[More]


By: webmaster      

As Scouters, we’re supposed to be building men of good character, not just men of good camping ability. But many of us spend much more time teach outdoor skills than life skills.Of course, Scouts pick up life lessons along the way, but we that doesn’t mean we should rely strictly on learning by osmosis. Instead, we should look for opportunities at every meeting and on every outing to teach Scouting values.Scoutmaster’s minutes are an obvious...[More]


By: webmaster      

(Republished with permission from ScouterMom http://www.scoutermom.com/9699/toasted-chit-pressurized-fuel-training)Our council has a “Toasted Chit” training for pressurized fuel use. I think this is a local requirement, but I thought the organization of the material might be helpful to anyone doing pressurized fuel instruction. So keep that in mind when reading.Adults in our council are required to attend Toasted Chit training every three years and it must be conducted by a council approved trainer. So reading this should not...[More]


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