Monthly Archives: June 2009

Happy Fathers Day

Today is Fathers day, ties will be given, maybe a new tool or handy gadget, a gift hand made by loving hands.  Today we honor our fathers.  Have a BBQ and be nice to dear old dad. I tend to … Continue reading

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At what point are meat balls not enough?

As Scouts develop and grow they acquire skills and better their camping techniques.  They learn through the Start, Stop, and Continue process and each and every camp out they get better and better.   Right? Well, we would hope so.  You all … Continue reading

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Rules or Reminders

A Scout can be Trusted, a Scout is Trustworthy. Rule or Reminder? IF I am a person of character, a person that has grown with a set of Values, then do I need a rule to tell me to be … Continue reading

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30,000

Not that I am a number watcher.. BUT… I wanted to say thank you to all of you that read and share the Scoutmaster Minute. The numbers do not mean a thing as I do this out of a love … Continue reading

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Bear Grylls- Chief Scout

Recently Bear Grylls was appointed as the new Chief Scout of the British Scouting Association.  For those of us on this side of the pond, this is not a significant news item, except that most everyone I talk to about … Continue reading

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HOORAY FOR ASK ANDY!

I am a fan of the Ask Andy column at the US Scouting Service Project.  Andy’s no nonsense, straight answers are just up my ally. I was reading his May 26th column and chanced upon this gem. Giving all the … Continue reading

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BSA and You Tube

OK.. so I know that most of you have already been there and seen it… But I just spent some time watching the BSA You tube channel and the new “Words to live by” campaign. I like it.  I think … Continue reading

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