About our cover:
Illustrator Bill Basso takes a whimsical look at a Cub Scout den meeting for budding chefs. Beginning on page 30, contributing editor Suzanne Wilson offers advice on how to make cooking with kids a fun, learning, and (hopefully) delicious experience.
In the November - December 2003 Issue
- Our Thanks to You
- In wishing Scouters a joyful holiday season, BSA President Roy S. Roberts and Chief Scout Executive Roy L. Williams point out that one never knows when or where those patiently taught lessons in character will shine forth in our youth membership.
- Testing Time at Valley Forge
- A February pilgrimage to the American Revolution's hallowed ground, where the Continental Army survived the bitter winter of 1777-78, is Scouting's oldest annual camporee.
- Scouting History on Display
- From the BSA National Scouting Museum to collections in council camps and private homes, exhibits of Scouting memorabilia are available from coast to coast.
- Honoring Scoutreach's 'Unsung Heroes'
- The Whitney M. Young Jr. Service Award recognizes individuals and organizations for their dedicated efforts to bring the Scouting program to more youth in
urban and rural areas.
- The Fun of Cooking With Kids
- In the kitchen, Cub Scouts gain confidence they can take to the campsite.
- Tools of the Trade
- A Wisconsin troop's annual Home Improvement Camporee gives Scouts hands-on experience in the building trades while they perform a service project.
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