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GARY HARTLEY


COUNTDOWN TO 2013 Got Talent? Prove It


 - boree talent show, sponsored by our friends at Boys’ Life  entertain are invited to submit videos of their act (three minutes max) to boyslife.org/getwild by Aug. 31. Judges will choose 12 acts to perform at the jamboree, once at a daily


program (where hundreds might watch) and once at Jambo-Palooza, where the audience could swell to thousands. The winning act and the runner-up will perform at the stadium show, with an expected audience of 50,000 or more. Marianne Elden, daily programs team leader, says the contest should attract


Scouts who might not be planning to attend the jamboree. “This could really    details about the contest and the judging, go to boyslife.org/getwild.


Four New Jamboree Offerings


What’s new at the jamboree? Good question. Here are four updates from Department Manager Larry Pritchard: 1Sustainability is in. Showerhouses (left) are made from hemlock wood timbered on site, and shower runoff will be recovered and used in toilets, saving precious water. 2This time around, the jamboree will provide camping, cooking, and dining


gear. “In the past, councils have had to make their own arrangements for tents,  3All jamboree participants will spend a day helping out a local community.


 4All campers will spend a day on a jamboree trek, starting with a morning hike up to the Garden Ground, the highest point of the Summit.


INSIDE THE MUSEUM A World of Uniforms


This is the first in a series of articles in which we’ll spotlight some of the fascinating items housed in the collection of the National Scouting Museum in Irving, Tex. 


  


either collected or traded for the eight uniforms, which date from 1963 to 1976  and Poland. He bought two Polish uniforms in Warsaw in 1976. Accompanying most of the uniforms are neckerchiefs, hats, belts, and other


accessories. The South African uniform (at right) includes a hatband and neck- erchief slide made from spotted cat skin (a no-no today) and a leather belt. Insignia on the uniform indicate it came from the Cape Midlands region.


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