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ADVISORY

COME TO THE REUNION

Scouting has a message to your former Scouting peers who may have drifted away from the BSA: You were part of the first 100 years of Scouting; now join us for the next century. To encourage them to re- engage, the office of Alumni Relations has sent out almost half a million invitations to a reunion at the 2010 jamboree. And you’re invited. Alums can visit scouting.org and click on the Alumni tab to get started. Once they receive the invitation and send in an RSVP, alums are set for a memorable day on July 30. When they arrive at the jamboree, they’ll

be given a special map that will direct them to exhibits and events. They can attend an Alumni Gathering in the arena at 1 p.m., where they’ll enjoy an hour of entertainment and remarks by Chief Scout Executive Robert Mazzuca. Oh, and one other perk: Anyone who signs

up will receive a free “Reveille” cell phone ring tone. “Our alumni program is a new and exciting direction,” says Bill Steele,

director of alumni relations for the BSA. “The ring tone is just the first of many benefits from registering as an alumni, with many more to come.”

GRILLING TIPS

Be prepared for summer camping and remember cookout:

• Sprinkle seasoning onto meat and press the spices in, then let stand for 15-30 minutes before cooking. This allows the seasoning to penetrate the meat, providing a

• When cooking chicken with the skin-on, be sure to rub

• When grilling steaks, remove from cooler and season 30 minutes before grilling. For best results, use steaks that are 1 to 1 ½-inches thick.

• Brush and lightly oil the grilling rack before placing the meat on the grill. This keeps the meat from sticking and cracking, preventing the loss of natural juices.

• Use tongs or a spatula. Do not use a fork because it will poke holes in the meat and allow the natural juices to spill out.

• Don’t forget to pack your favorite Fire Roasted™grilling seasoning

THE ANNUAL REPORT

To highlight the achievements of the Boy Scouts of America in 2009, Scouting delegates presented the organization’s Report to the Nation in Washington, D.C., on Feb. 27. Delegates included (from left) Colin Byers, Sabrina Delgado, Anthony Thomas, Edward Myers, Connor Rieve, Morgan Johnson, Matthew McGroarty, and Bradford Lichota.

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