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BSA Handbook 11th edition

Boy Scout Handbook Survey: Let your ideas be heard!

Posted on 31 July 2006 by admin

BSA Handbook 11th editionThe National council will soon begin deveoping a new edition of the Boy Scout Handbook but they want some input from you!

Fill out this short survey and let your thoughts be heard on the new edition of the Boy Scout Handbook.

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Read the Monday Edition of the Daily Legend

Posted on 31 July 2006 by admin

The Monday edition of the Daily Legend, The 2006 NOAC Newspaper can be viewed online now. Read about the activities taking place at NOAC even if you couldn’t be there yourself.

http://live.oa-bsa.org/events/n2006/live/newspaper/mondayxxxissueiii.pdf

Topics Include:

  • Third Legacy of Servant Leadership Lifetime Achievement Award Presented
  • Meet the Central Region Chief
  • New Online Training Resource
  • One on One With the Chief Scout Executive
  • Distinguished Service Awards
  • and more…

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Read the Sunday Edition of the Daily Legend

Posted on 30 July 2006 by admin

The Sunday edition of the Daily Legend, The 2006 NOAC Newspaper can be viewed online now. Read about the activities taking place at NOAC even if you couldn’t be there yourself.

http://live.oa-bsa.org/events/n2006/live/newspaper/sundayxxxissueii.pdf

Topics Include:

  • How did you get to NOAC?
  • Meet the Western Region Chief
  • The 2006 Conference Vice Chiefs
  • and more…

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Read the Saturday Edition of the Daily Legend

Posted on 29 July 2006 by admin

The Saturday edition of the Daily Legend, The 2006 NOAC Newspaper can be viewed online now.  Read about the activities taking place at NOAC even if you couldn’t be there yourself.

http://live.oa-bsa.org/events/n2006/live/newspaper/saturdayxxxissuei.pdf

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2006 National Order of the Arrow Conference Starts Today

2006 National Order of the Arrow Conference Starts Today

Posted on 29 July 2006 by admin

Click for Information on the 2006 National Order of the Arrow Conference
 

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Boy Scouts of America Rcognizes National Recreation and Parks Month

Posted on 09 July 2006 by admin

Since its inception in 1910, the Boy Scouts of America has been among the largest and most consistent user groups of national parks, forests, wetlands, mountains, and other outdoor recreation areas. In honor of this rich heritage, during the month of July, the BSA is proud to recognize National Recreation and Parks Month, encouraging all Americans to use the resources of national parks as well as local parks and recreation departments, while preserving these great natural resources of land, parks, and wildlife.

During National Recreation and Parks Month, recreation facilities and parks throughout the United States will begin summer programming, call for volunteers, and emphasize the importance of participating in physical activity and the benefits of the outdoors.

“The BSA has always strived to be a good steward of our country’s natural resources and ecosystem,” said Ed Woodlock, director of camping and conservation, Boy Scout Division, BSA. “We believe national parks and forests as well as local parks and recreation departments are indispensable sources of education and activities. July is an opportunity to appreciate these resources and encourage users to get active and ‘Leave No Trace’ when using them.”

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Distinguished Service Award

New Distinguished Service Awards for 2006

Posted on 07 July 2006 by admin

Distinguished Service AwardThe National Order of the Arrow Committee is pleased to announce the presentation of the Distinguished Service Award to the following Arrowmen. These awards will be presented at the National Order of the Arrow Conference later this year. The Distinguished Service Award is presented to those Arrowmen who have rendered outstanding service to the Order on a sectional, area, regional, or national basis. It is given primarily for dedicated service to the Order and Scouting over a period of time. Only a limited number of awards are presented each year, and Arrowmen whose service records are the most outstanding and extend the farthest beyond the local lodge level are selected. Congratulations to the following Arrowmen:

  • Ross Armstrong, Reno, NV
  • Marcus R. Bailey, Nitro, WV
  • Thomas S. Bain, New York, NY
  • Mark C. Bicket, Edmond, OK
  • Robert C. Black Jr., Vestal, NY
  • Robert J. Crume, Irving, TX
  • Brian M. Cutino, Nesconset, NY
  • Jared P. Davis, Alexandria, VA
  • Seth M. Dearmin, Pinnacle, NC
  • Andrew P. Desilet, Corvallis, OR
  • David C. Dowty, Maxwell AFB, AL
  • Tyson E. Ford, Watertown, NY
  • Stephen F. Gaines, Richland WA
  • Keith Gallaway, Cimmaron, NM
  • Jeffery R. Godley, North Stonington, CT
  • Michael Gollner, San Diego, CA
  • Christopher A Grove, Troy, OH
  • Jonathan A. Hardin, Columbia, SC
  • Matthew K. Harris, Tigard, OR
  • Glen A. Haynes, Richardson, TX
  • Jeffrey E. Hayward, Pierre, SD
  • Paul Jensen, Stephen, MN
  • Jeffrey Q. Jonasen, Winter Garden, FL
  • Scott C. Keenan, Fairhope, AL
  • Craig E. Leighty, Pleasanton, CA
  • Bradley Long, Pulaski, VA
  • Edward T. Lynes, Needham, MA
  • Seth Y. Mollitt, Jacksonville, FL
  • Patrick Murphy, Tempe, AZ
  • Dan O’Rourke, Wilbraham, MA
  • C. Thomas Ritchey, Irving, TX
  • Gilbert R. Rogers III, Middletown, CT
  • Robin J. Rosamond, Keizer, OR
  • David J. Ross, Southlake, TX
  • Joe Sadewasser, Dubuque, IA
  • Brian D. Stock, Olympia, WA
  • Michael L. Thompson, Mauldin, SC
  • Phil Vanderwerker, New Brunswick, NJ
  • Nicholas Williams, Dubuque, IA

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Montana Council College of Commissioner Science

Posted on 05 July 2006 by admin

MONTANA COUNCIL-COLLEGE OF COMMISSIONER SCIENCE

WHEN: Saturday, August 19th, 2006
WHERE: The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, 601 5th Ave E., Three Forks, Montana 59752
WHO: All Commissioner Staff Members and Prospects
WHY: To present the Curriculum of the College of Commissioner Science, to qualify the Commissioners of the Montana Council for:
-Bachelor of Commissioner Science
-Master of Commissioner Science
-Postgraduate Studies in Commissioner Science
-Doctorate of Commissioner Science

TIME:
Registration 8:30 am
Opening Ceremony 9:00 am
Graduation 4:30 pm

COST: $28.00 per Participant–Includes: Course Material, Lunch, Snacks, Recognition, Mailings and Preparation

Registration form: http://www.montanabsa.com/2006CCSThreeForks.pdf

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Fireworks

Happy 4th of July

Posted on 04 July 2006 by admin

Fireworks

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$1 Shipping at ScoutStuff.org

$1 Shipping at ScoutStuff.org

Posted on 01 July 2006 by admin

This weekend recieve $1 shipping when you spend $75 or more at ScoutStuff.org. Be sure to use code F60630 to recieve the discount.

$1 shipping at ScoutStuff.org

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