About our cover:
Troop 13 Scouts Kris Scott (left) and Chris Laffen of Grand Forks, N.D., scream with delight as they tube down the sledding hill at the Northern Lights Council's Winter Romp near Park Rapids, Minn. Alan Kesselheim describes this annual weekend of cold weather activities held at the council's Camp Wilderness.
In the January - February 2006 Issue
- Learning at Philmont, 2006
The Philmont Training Center offers courses for volunteers and an exciting family program for spouses and children.
- A Helping Hand From Coast to Coast to Coast
Scouts and Scouters across America have contributed in many ways to hurricane relief and recovery efforts.
- It's a Winter Romp
Sledding, skiing, broomball, and snowshoeing are some of the activities that make this annual February weekend a hit with Minnesota and North Dakota Scouts.
- A Promise Grows in Camden
A New Jersey charter school started by two Eagle Scouts offers urban youth a challenging educational opportunity and an active Scouting program.
- Sharing Winter Adventure,
Honoring a Great American
Extreme arctic weather cancelled their wilderness ski trek, but it couldn't keep two Minnesota troops from celebrating Martin Luther King Jr. Day together.
- Family Time
By holding youth and adult leadership courses along with programs for spouses and children, a Utah council creates a dynamic week of individual learning and family bonding.
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