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Adults are often willing to volunteer for Cub Scout leader positions, but some soon find themselves overwhelmed with the responsibility. The good news, writes Suzanne Wilson beginning on page 24, is that BSA training, tips, and resources can infuse fun and learning into every Cub Scout den meeting. Cover illustration by Bill Basso.
In the September 2007 Issue
New England Scouts test their orienteering skills in an annual race against time and terrain.
- Boxes, Books, People...
Help is all around when Cub Scout den leaders want to prepare the ultimate den meeting.
- Going Back in Time
A council's weekend camporee teaches Ohio Scouts about the lives of pioneers and Indians in the early 1800's.
- Getting Excited About High Adventure
At Powderhorn training, Venturing and Boy Scout leaders experience high adventure activities and learn the best ways to share them with young people.
- A Turning Point in Atlanta
BSA volunteers and professionals meet in Atlanta to reflect on the organization's achievements and recommit themselves to broadening Scouting's reach
as the best values-based youth program in the nation.
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