Monthly Archives: June 2008

The Test of Cheerful Service

We are well into “Ordeal Season”. Lodges all over America are conducting Ordeal weekends for new Arrowmen and those that are converting their membership to Brotherhood.In this process we test (Ordeal) those that have been chosen by their peers as … Continue reading

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We are Family…

Lets all sing it together now… Ok.. lets not. But I want to talk a bit about our Scouting family.Last night I was honored by being the Master of Ceremonies at our Annual District Recognition Dinner. As I introduced speakers, … Continue reading

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Every Scout Deserves a Trained Leader…

A great discussion tonight at our District meeting prompted some thought.We got to the point of the meeting where we talked about Trained leaders within the District.I am not going to share those numbers, but lets say that across the … Continue reading

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A Scout is Thrifty

…With his time.Time Management is an important part of life and Scouting.You hear to many people say that they don’t have enough time in their day… I would say that they do not prioritize and plan well.You see as we … Continue reading

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Picture of the Week

The Scouting Spirit looking down on us…(This picture has not been doctored or touched up.. this is exactly as it appeared in the sky) Have a Great Scouting Day!

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Today before we left another great Order of the Arrow ordeal there was a Scouts Own Service.During that service, a Scout that led the Scouts Own service talked about unity.He read a short story about George Washington at Valley Forge. … Continue reading

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