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Sorry I didn't get back with an answer sooner. Been busy with work and Scout stuff and haven't been reading the forum.


Here are some resources from a research paper that I had done. There are bunches more.












The last one is on the National Soft Drink Assoc. website.







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Roger that, but at the same time, we're expected to make sure that camp menus make sense, they're practicing "thrifty", that we use methods that achieve the aim of physical fitness, and that we coach and mentor and lead our Scouts toward healthy lifestyles. Sure, they can drink whatever their parents allow them to, but that doesn't prevent me from staying informed, steering them toward healthier alternatives, and insisting that the vending machines at summer camp offer water, sugar free drinks, and fruit juice in addition to the Coke and Mt. Dew...



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