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4 From the CSE Have you heard about Scouting’s childhood-health initiative? Bob Mazzuca fills you in on the goals of a task force that’s been formed to determine how the BSA will promote healthier lifestyles through many of the programs we already offer.


20 Boys’ Life Preview Don’t know what a “frontside ollie” is? Your guys will. So give them a heads-up to the skateboarding tricks in February’s issue. And in January, don’t let them miss the story on Eagle Scout and Lego master Gary McIntire or the one about Northern Tier’s new fishing program, where one troop caught a bunch of big ones.


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ABOUT OUR COVER: Heavy snow lends an added element of excitement for Scouter Chip Campbell (left) and Venturer Kyle Lidstone on their crew’s spring-break trip to ski and snowboard the slopes around Jackson Hole, Wyo. Photograph by Trevor Clark.


2 S COUTING ¿ JANUARY•FEBRUARY 2011


6 Start your journey with a trail mix of news, ideas, and fun


Did You Know? CPR Techniques Revised


Linked In Pinewood Derby Gets an App


Mark Your Calendar Philmont Welcomes Fams


Gotta Have It The Energy Regenerator


The Training Thing A Cold-Season Scuba Spot


This Old Patch Revisit an All-Weather Ethic


Advisory Attention, Sea Scouts


Good Read Much Ado About a River


And More … Outdoors


38 Dutch Treat A Potato Recipe They’ll Remember


39 Ground Rules Build a Great Fire, Even in the Rain


42 Survive This! Dos and Don’ts Of Winter Driving


52 Cool Camp What Makes This One Worth a Shot?


36 Great Gear Six Socks That Treat Your Feet Right


14 16 Roundtable


14 What I’ve Learned John Cass: An American Scoutmaster in Germany


15 Advancement FAQs How to Reward Your Outdoor Achievers


16 Cub Scout Corner Tips to Prevent A Blue and Gold Bore


18 What Would You Do? Leaders Tell How They Ban Bad Language


DAVE WHEELER JOHN R. FULTON JR.


FRANK STOCKTON


DARREN THOMPSON


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