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Shout Out Follow the Leaders


Kudos for inductees to the BSA’s 100th Anniversary National Hall of Leadership. From more than 7,000 nominees nation- wide, one individual from each BSA council was selected to represent all of that council’s nominees. A national induction ceremony took place during the BSA’s Washington, D.C., jamboree celebrations in July. You can continue to help councils honor


their nominees by going to scouting.org/ 100years and clicking on the “National Hall of Leadership” link. There you can check out the complete list of inductees, artwork for creating posters, and other materials. “Our country will never outgrow the


need for thoughtful leadership and will never outgrow the need for individu- als who choose to live their lives by the Scout Oath and Law … and teach others to do the same,” says Bob Mersereau, national director of the 100th Anniversary Celebration Project.


LINKED IN Resources for Cub Scout Leaders


The May-June issue of Scouting magazine reported about the new Cub Scout delivery method that launched nationwide this fall (“New Blue”). Check out your back issue or read it online at scoutingmagazine.org. Since then, links have gone


live where volunteer leaders can get all the material they need to make this new system a ringing success. So, here’s the scoop: For general info, go to scout


ing.org/cubscouts/leaders and click on “Den Leader Resources” on the left side. Then scroll down and click on the “Den and Pack Meeting Resource Guide” under the “Essential Resources” header. Den Leaders, that’s where


you’ll find free, age-appropriate den meeting plans. Cubmasters can visit that site


for guidance on planning and executing monthly pack meetings. Purchase the complete set of den and pack meeting plans by


searching for “Cub Scout resource guide” at scoutstuff.org. You can buy the print version for $6.99 or download the complete PDF for $3.99.


Euro Pass


Hey Venturers and Scouters between the ages of 18 and 30: If you want to see more of the world, volun- teer for the BSA’s European Camp Staff Program. Working in a coed environment in your region


of preference, you’ll develop leadership skills and gain broad experience running different aspects of the camp operation. Language skills are valued, but they’re not required. You pay your way to and from the destination, but


the European Scout region will refund at least 30 percent of your travel costs after you return home. Find plenty more information at scouting.org/ international/ecamp.aspx. Bon voyage!


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