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Boys Life Pedro Spotted at Dane County Regional Airport

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Boys Life Pedro Spotted at Dane County Regional Airport

Posted on 15 May 2011 by Dan

Pedro from Boys’ Life Magazine arrived in Madison, Wisconsin.  Pedro is in town for the 25th Annual Baraboo Circus Heritage held at the Sauk County Fair Grounds in Baraboo, WI.

More information on how your Pack, Troop, or Crew can sign up to attend this great event May 20 – 22, 2011 can be found at http://ww.glaciersedge.org/activities

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Madison Scouts Host Drum on Parade

Posted on 03 June 2009 by Dan

Drums on ParadeAnyone that is familiar with Drum & Bugle Corps will recognize that the Madison Scouts are a Drum and Bugle Corp, however they may not know they are also a venturing crew registered with Glacier’s Edge Council, BSA. The Madison Scouts have been a longstanding unit in the Boy Scouts of America.

On Sunday, June 28th, the Madison Durm & Bugle Corps Association is proud to present the 57th Annual Drums on Parade! drum & Bugle corps contest, in Middleton, Wisconsin. This field show will feature some of the best Drum & Bugle Corps entertainment around, including:
– Madison Scouts – Madison, WI
– Phantom Regiment – Rockford, IL
– Blue Stars – La Crosse, WI
– Colts – Dubuque, IA
– Sprit – Jacksonville, AL
– Kilties – Racine, WI
– Pioneer – Milwaukee, WI
– Colt Cadets – Dubuque, IA

The show will feature other Scouts from the Glacier’s Edge Council in the opening flag ceremoney, as score runners, and ticket takers.

Learn more or buy tickets at www.drumsonparade.com.

Also announced, the Madison Scouts will be performing for all the Scouts and Leaders attending the 2010 National Jamboree by invitation from the National BSA Council.

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St John’s Northwestern Military Academy

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Five Star University of Scouting – Jan 26, 2008

Posted on 21 December 2007 by admin

THE FIVE STAR UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTING is a cooperative training venture of four councils serving Wisconsin and parts of Illinois: Glacier’s Edge, Milwaukee County, Potawatomi Area and Southeast Wisconsin.

THE FIVE STAR UNIVERSITY OF SCOUTING was originally developed to provide continuing education for commissioners working at the unit, roundtable, district and council levels, then was expanded to meet the needs of district and council level volunteer Scouters and now invites all Scouters to attend.

Courses are designed for all experience levels, from the first year commissioner or district committee member to the tenured volunteer, with plenty of time to share ideas and experiences, develop new friendships and catch up with old friends.

The event is going to be held at the beautiful St John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin, on Jan 26, 2008.

You can find out more about the program and courses offered by downloading the 2008 Five Star University Flier.

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Terry Shockley, President, Shockley Group, Inc.

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Glacier’s Edge Council to honor Terry Shockley and Barry Alvarez

Posted on 08 October 2006 by admin

Glacier’s Edge Council is honoring two Madison residents during it’s Distinguished Citizen’s Breakfast at the end of October.

The 2006 Honorees are:
Terry Shockley, President, Shockley Group, Inc.
Distinguished Eagle Scout Award – Terry Shockley, President, Shockley Group, Inc.

This is a national award presented by a local Scout council to a man who earned the Eagle Scout Award at least twenty-five years previously and who has distinguished himself in his career or community.

Barry Alvarez, UW Badgers Arthletic Director
Good Scout Award – Barry Alvarez, UW Badgers Athletic Director

This award is presented to an individual who has made a significant contribution to our community, state, or nation, and who exemplifies Scouting values.

The Distinguished Citizen’s Breakfast will be held on Tuesday, October 31, 2006 at the Alliant Energy Center in Madison, Wisconsin from 7:15 to 9am. If you are interested in attending you can read more about it and / or register online at the Glacier’s Edge Council Website.

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5 Star University of Scouting in Wisconsin on Jan 27, 2007

Posted on 28 September 2006 by admin

5 Star University of Scouting
Glacier’s Edge, Milwaukee County, Potawatomi Area, Southeast Wisconsin

Save the Date – January 27, 2007

2007 Host Council: Glacier’s Edge
Other Sponsoring Councils:
Milwaukee County, Potawatomi Area, Southeast Wisconsin

New Courses Added for 2007 Program
This outstanding training event is organized and staffed through the combined efforts of the sponsoring councils. The multi-council format provides a wide range of experiences and draws on the special expertise of experienced Scouters in Cub Scout, Boy Scout, and Venturing.

New courses on commissioning the ideal year of Scouting, effective displays, public speaking and ethnic and religious diversity and others, make the 2007 Five Star University of Scouting an event not to be missed.

All Scouters that desire Supplemental/Advanced training for district and council level work are encouraged to attend. Courses geared to both Commissioners and district/council operations will provide the most up to date training and information in an active and sociable atmosphere. Participants will again be given the opportunity to earn various degrees.

St. John’s Northwestern Military Academy in Delafield, Wisconsin, will once again be the site for the University on Saturday, January 27, 2007. Watch for a catalog with registration materials in the fall. The cost of this event is $25.00 if paid before January 12th, 2007 and $30.00 after January 12th 2007. This includes lunch and all registration materials. If you have never attended the Five Star University of Scouting or if you’re an old pro come to see what it’s all about and join in the fellowship and share the experience of this premiere training event.

Download Promotion Flyer

Pre-register for 5 Star on-line

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