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NEW! GHOST TOURS EARLY FALL!


Patriotspoint.org/GhostTours


MAKE A DIFFERENCE Packs and troops need to start working together to show the community how cool it is to be a Scout, not just because you get to go whitewater rafting or shoot a gun, but because you serve your community and make a difference. We need to do a better job making sure the com- munity knows who we are and what impact we have; then the boys will find it cool whether they are cleaning up a park or hiking a moun- tain trail.


Pack Committee Chairman M.L. WAYZATA, MINN.


STRESS THE SUCCESS Ask your Scouts, “What do you want to be when you grow up?” Executives, public leaders, military officers, and athletes were all Scouts. We need to give some examples and demon- strate how the life lessons and skills learned in Scouting contribute to future success. Plus, who doesn’t think knives and fire are cool? ¿ H.C.


MOUNT PLEASANT, S.C.


WORLD’S BEST CAMPSITE ABOARD THE USS YORKTOWN


The USS YORKTOWN at historic Patriots Point on Charleston Harbor is an overnight camping program for youth groups, including Scout troops.


When you book online, you can get a special two-night package that includes: MEDAL OF HONOR MUSEUM AUTHENTIC AIRCRAFT BADGES & OTHER SCOUT PROGRAMS


CLIMBING WALL


For reservations: www.patriotspoint.org For information: camping@patriotspoint.org 40 Patriots Point Rd., Mt. Pleasant, SC 29464


RAISE FUNDS 10 TIMES FASTER 50% Profit


with our First Aid Product Fundraisers


Refer-a-Friend & Earn an Extra 10%


Healthy Fundraisers for a Healthy Community


Many traditional fundraising programs focus on selling candy, cookie dough and popcorn. The Responsible Fundraising program takes a different approach, offering your group socially responsible fundraising options. Our First Aid Fundraisers allow your group to raise funds faster.


Contact Us and Get Started Today!


www.ResponsibleFundraising.org 855-700-4911


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