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July Cub Scout Roundtable Issue

Volume 9, Issue 12
August Theme

Circle the Wagons
Webelos Naturalist and Forester
  Tiger Cub Activites



I am a little hesitant to list too many but here are a few –

New recruiting Ideas (so critical at this time of the year)- The Santa Clara County council has an excellent document called Invitation Methods for Cub Scouting.  It is a 1Meg PDF file on recruiting.  So if you need some new ideas, visit their website  http://www.sccc-scouting.org/ .


The Kwahadi Indian dancers (Venture crew 9, Amarillo, Texas) who are known for their shows at the Philmont Training Center and other places have an excellent website.  Check it out at - http://www.kwahadi.com/


The Santa Fe Trail Council has a portion of their site dedicated to Scouting Humor - http://www.sftcbsa.org/humor/index.html


Smokey the Bear’s official website is http://www.smokeybear.com/


Which reminds me – What is Smokey the Bear’s middle name??  (Answer - The)

What is Palladin’s first name/  (Of course you have to remember “Have Gun Will Travel” with Richard Boone to get this one)  (Answer – Wire.  His card said so. It read “Wire Palladin”)


And of course the Grandaddy of all Philmont Web pages, the one that lists everything he can find on Philmont – Selden’s Philmont Web page - http://www.lns.cornell.edu/~seb/philmont.html


And if you need answers – Pack 958, Leesburg, Virginia, has “100 Frequently Asked Scouting Questions” at http://www.loudoun-net.com/pack958/faq.htm





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