July 2006 Cub Scout Roundtable Issue
| Volume 12, Issue 12
August 2006 Theme
Theme: Scouting It Out
Naturalist & Forester
Tiger Cub Activities
Theme Internet Resources
Great Salt Lake Area Council
http://familyfun.go.com/recipes/kids/feature/famf199607_famf76smore/ (You make S’Mores here!!!)
Arrow of Light Ceremonies
From Scouter Jim - One of my instructors for this years Pow Wow teaching Arrow of Light Ceremonies does a wonderful job. He created a disk and had so many requests for his disk, he finally put the whole thing on the web. Here is the link:
He is a good Scouter, just trying to help people out.
Cub Scout Advancement Trackers on www.usscouts.org !!
It pays to look around www.usscouts.org -
At http://clipart.usscouts.org/Software.asp there is tracking software available for download –
Tracking Spreadsheets for Cub Scouting by Richard Diesslin can be downloaded to your hard drive simply by right clicking and saving. He has spreadsheets for Tiger, wolf, Bear, Webelos, Summertime Award, Adult Awards, and the Pack Advancement Coordinator.
On the page are several other rank and advancement tracking software programs, a large selection of different Pinewood Derby software programs, programs for Mac’s (like the USScouts president uses) program especially written for LDS units, and more. Check it out!!!
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