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    • Supposedly from National Communications... "I can't verify that personally"
    • It's not a discount.  The $25 new-registration fee is on top of the membership fee. 
    • I have never heard that distinction before. I thought Lone Scouts was developed for those scouts who were unable to find a local troop due to geographical isolation. My grandfather grew up dirt poor in Maine  (his father was peddler too) he was involved in a Boy Scout troop in his town.  I wonder if your dad's experience was a local phenomenon. I have never heard that distinction before. I thought Lone Scouts was developed for those scouts who were unable to find a local troop due to geographical isolation. My grandfather grew up dirt poor in Maine  (his father was peddler too) he was involved in a Boy Scout troop in his town.  I wonder if your dad's experience was a local phenomenon. I have never heard that distinction before. I thought Lone Scouts was developed for those scouts who were unable to find a local troop due to geographical isolation. My grandfather grew up dirt poor in Maine  (his father was peddler too) he was involved in a Boy Scout troop in his town.  I wonder if your dad's experience was a local phenomenon.
    • I have been involved in Scouting most of my life and would love  to attend a leadership. Unfortunatly I have had some physical challenges pop up and I  just dont know if I can do this without being a burden to the rest of the group.   Basically, I just can't walk very far.  If I were to attend, could provisions be made to help with getting from place to place?  I first attended WB in 1982, in Columbus,  GA.  We had two older ladies (70+) in our patrol and there was a gentleman in a wheel chair in another patrol.  Anyone who has been around a while knows that WB back then was much closer to the leadership challenge, then today's WB. If it were possible,  I would love to attend.  
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