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  1. PNScouter, I too am very busy. However, everyone I talk to is also very busy. I'm a 4th time Webelos Leader, Pack Committee Member, Troop Committee Member, Crew Advisor, Unit Webmaster, Pack & Troop Newsletter Publisher, Pinewood Derby organizer, OA Brother(for 2 months now), Wednesday night Church Youth worker, and father of 4 boys. Don't deny yourself the joy that serving others brings. Let them nominate you!
  2. What about the doc at http://www.scouting.org/boyscouts/resources/18-260/chart.html Who created this one. It sure looks like official BSA material. This is the doc my Cubmaster pulled out tonight to stop our webelos from touching the power tools we had set up for Craftsman. I wasn't even allowed to let a Webelos scout draw down a drill press while I secured the materials.
  3. Our Troop is relatively young and one of the tasks Ive been volunteered for is to organize the Merit Badges into a recommended order of difficulty or age appropriateness. While we understand that every boy is different and what may be difficult for one can be easy for another, we think there is probably some common since order to take on the Merit Badges, especially the Eagle required badges. This would only serve as a recommendation to help Scouts and parents decide which badges to work on and in what order. Ive taken some notes from Summer camp recommendations like: 1st year (Basketry ,Canoeing, Fishing, Indian Lore, Leatherwork, Mammal Study, Swimming , Wood Carving) 2nd year (Camping, Cooking, Fish and Wildlife Management, Forestry, Lifesaving, Orienteering, Pioneering, Rowing, Wilderness Survival) 3rd year (Archery, Astronomy, Environmental Science, Rifle Shooting, Soil and Water Conservation) 4th year(Climbing, Horsemanship) Has anyone taken on this task in more detail that they can share?
  4. I just received an email from Michael Bowman who is rebuilding the server. They will be working this week to get it active again. In the interim, I updated my web links to use archived copies from the Wayback Machine at: http://www.archive.org/web/web.php Example: http://web.archive.org/web/20031203220838/www.usscouts.org/advance/cubscout/webelos.html The first load is slower. But it does work.
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