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SHORT AND SWEET It’s that time again. Time to submit your nominations for Scouting’s second-highest award for adults: the Silver Antelope. It’s the BSA’s regional-level distinguished service award given by the National Court of Honor. And send ’em soon; the deadline is Nov. 30. Recipients must be registered adult members of the Boy Scouts of America. Each region presents up to eight Silver Antelopes a year at the National Annual Meeting in May. Bill Evans, director of youth devel- opment, says endorsement letters are welcome, but keep them short and to the point. “Don’t just say this is the great- est guy you ever met,” Evans advises. “Instead, pick out one subject and write one paragraph about the impact that person had.” Find the nomination form at scouting. org/filestore/pdf/512-105_WB.pdf.


CORRECTION In “Developing Scouting’s Philanthropic Foundation: Paul and Muffy Christen” in the September- October 2012 issue, Mr. Christen was identified as receiving his Distinguished Eagle Scout Award in 1961; he received the award in 1969. We regret the error.


At the Crossroads of I-79 and I-68! Just 3 Hours from the 2013 National Scout Jamboree


Pack MORE! action into your trip to the Summit Bechtel Reserve with an overnight in Greater MORE!gantown. Scouts and their families will enjoy …


A ride on the whitewater of Cheat River, the largest dam-free watershed in the eastern U.S., featuring Class III-V rapids, family float trips and guided raft and ducky tours.


Nearby Coopers Rock State Forest, one of the best bouldering and top-rope sites in the eastern U.S., includes 50 miles of trails and a 1,200’ spine-tingling overlook into a mile-wide gorge.


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