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Hello fellow Scouters!! I am in need of a design - preferably a full plan - for a crossover bridge .... but I have some specific issues that are hindering me finding something easily on the internet 1. The bridge has to fold up or disassemble easily for compact storage. We are really limited on storage space. Our group wants a big bridge for ceremonies (small ones are "lame") - so being able to break down for storage is key. 2. It needs to be wheelchair accessible - yes, we could "carry" the member over, but trying to promote independence like they prefer - so something that can be wheeled over is needed. So sloped ends and wide enough for a standard wheelchair. Mid height rails? 3. I'm no master wood worker.... while it does not have to be super simple, it also can't have a ton of specialized joints or super fancy stuff Can anyone help? Wife is browsing pintrest and I've been web searching - but so far nothing quite fits the bill Hoping someone out there can help!! Thanks in advance
Looks like all of our Dens are going to be ready to receive their rank badges at the April pack meeting. Rather do a series of small ceremonies for the Tigers, Wolves, Bears and Webelos 1s all in a row - I am trying to find a good idea for how to do one ceremony at the same time for all. I am picturing having everyone stand in a circle - with their parents behind them in another circle - or something like that. Anyone have an idea or something to share? Thanks,
Here's a link to the United States flag code. I find it an interesting read as I was taught things as a youth that were wrong. The Boy Scout Handbook, 12th edition, pg 74, tells us in the Hoisting the Flag section, "When the flag is flying freely, step back and salute as the other person ties the halyard to the flag pole." There is no specific ceremony or sequence of orders for a flag ceremony. What flag ceremony script does your unit use?