Monthly Archives: March 2008


“Every Scout deserves a Trained Leader” That’s what they tell us.. and its absolutely true.Training provides the fundamental base for Scout leaders. It builds consistency within the ranks of our leaders and gives them a firm foundation to execute the … Continue reading

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The Scoutmaster Minute Podcast

Show #3 is up and available for download at the Scoutmaster minute podcast site. Show #3 discusses Training, Summer camp and the homesick Scout, Award Knots, and the Scoutmaster Conference. Take a listen and let me know what you think. … Continue reading

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Leave No Trace – Respect Wildlife

It has been awhile since the last discussion on Leave no Trace, but not because we forgot, just got real busy.So we will be picking it up today with Respecting Wildlife. The first and foremost thing to know about respecting … Continue reading

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Who’s pulling the Wagon?

In developing young men to be leaders, it is important to remember that the best leaders were and are good followers. In Scouting we call it Servant leadership. Leading a group of individuals working as a team to accomplish something.. … Continue reading

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New podcast

Our newest podcast is up. Check it out at the Scoutmaster Minute podcast site. This episode discusses the Order of the Arrow Representative. Happy Scouting!

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Answer to Comments

I need to figure out a way to be a little more interactive… when a comment is left on the blog for a topic there really is no way for me to reply back. So I think that I will … Continue reading

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Good Friday

Today is Good Friday. The day we recognize the death of Jesus Christ, known to many as our Lord and Saviour. I became engaged in a short debate on this subject, the argument was sort of a Chicken and Egg … Continue reading

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