Volume 6 Issue 2
September 1999


School Night For Scouting is a recruiting program led by the council. One or more nights are set aside to recruit families to learn about scouting. These nights are held in the spring or the fall. Last year I covered School Night for Scouting in the September issue of Baloo's Bugle. You can find the URL about this important recruiting night under my web site areas with other URLs that will help you plan a School Night For Scouting that will best met the needs of your Pack.

Personal Stickers
Kathy R.

Cut pictures from magazines, gift wraps, comics. Dissolve 5 teaspoons of flavored gelatin in 2 teaspoons of boiling water (adults). With a small paintbrush, paint backs of your small pictures with a thin layer of gelatin. Let them dry and your stickers are ready to lick then stick.


The best use I ever saw for a bunch of these was to super-glue the caps on, punch holes thru the bottoms and the caps, and string a wire thru them to hang your birdfeeders on horizontally. sorta like this:


Squirrels try to run across the wire to the feeder, the cannisters roll, and whoops! Fun for the whole family.

Auntie Beans
SA T47 Sandwich MA
Cape Cod & Islands Council
Abake MiSaNaKi Lodge #393
NSJ 1997 Nat'l Health & Safety
I useta be an Eagle...

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