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In the January - February 2007 Issue
- Philmont Training Center Offers Learning Opportunities For Summer and Fall
Outstanding program-specific training, along with an opportunity for a great family vacation, is available for volunteer Scouters at the Philmont Training Center in New Mexico.
- What It Means to Be an Eagle Scout
A new book explores the impactfrom World War II to the present and beyondof men who earned Scouting's highest rank.
- Staying Alive in Avalanche Country
Scouts in Northern Nevada learn the basics of avalanche safety while skiing some of Tahoe's steepest slopes.
- Honoring a Legacy of Service
At their 29th national gathering, Order of the Arrow members recall a rich heritage and commit themselves to servant leadership.
- Sharing Cultures, Celebrating Differences
At the American Indian Scouting seminar, youth and adults gather to learn about
traditions, foster pride, and promote Scouting.
- It's Not Your Father's Summer Camp
Innovative facilities and dynamic summer programs like those offered at the Northern Star Council's Many Point Scout Camp keep Scouts coming back for more.
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