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  1. Krampus

    Troop Meeting Ideas

    From my SPL: "Can you ask the leaders on the forum for meeting ideas that their troops use that are fun, hopefully involving scout skills or other fun things, that they would like to share with our troop? I am looking for the things below. I want to share with the service patrols to give them ideas other troops are doing." So, please post any meeting ideas you troop has done. My SPL is interested in the following details below. Ideally the response would be written as if it were going in to the Troop Program Features. Bullet points are fine...teenagers have short attention spans. Skills being taught. Materials needed. If costs involved, a sample cost (how was it funded too) Amount of time to set up, practice or train. Number of people teaching or involved in instruction. How is the activity implemented (e.g., large groups, small groups, etc.) Anything else they wish to share on how or why this was good/fun.
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