(M) Be Prepared ... BSA Monthly News Letter

"Be Prepared" is monthly newsletter published by BSA.  Each month a new topic is covered, with interesting facts, games, etc.  Check them out ... you might be amazed by what you read.
 
  • Vol2 No7:  The Stars of Scouting.  Learn about the stars, constellations, astronauts and more.
  • Vol2 No8:  Scouting The Mountaintop Experience.  Learn about rock climbing, climbing gear, famous Boy Scout climbers, and the Hornaday Award.
  • Vol2 No9:  BSA Collecting "Stamps" of Approval.  Find out more about a favorite scouting hobby - STAMP collecting ... Plus ... Best practices to STAMP out forrest fires.
  • Vol2 No10:  Heavy Metal Edition:  Marksmanship, Blacksmithing, Cast Iron Cooking and the "Aims of Scouting" ... choose your goals for success and decide how you want to lead your life.
  • Vol2 No11:  Read All About It:  Classic Boy Scout Novels, Boys Scout of Today (a new book that chronicles current day BS adventures), Reading & Writing Merit Badges, The Digital Handbook ... some great reading for all.
  • Vol3 No1:  Winter Adventures.  Read about various winter adventures, the history of the BSA "Red Jacket", greta ways to prepare for emergencies, and a look back at BSA events in 2010
  • Vol3 No2:  Scouting's Silver Leaders.  Learn about the various "Silver" awards for adult leaders, the history of the "Lone Scout" program, and why we wear neckerchiefs. 
  • Vol3 No3:  Be Prepared for Adventure, For LIfe.  Learn what is required to earn the BSA National Outdoor Award and Natioan Medal for Outdoor Achievement, Also learn about Ultra-lite backpacking, Birdcraft and Eagle Vision.
  • Vol3 No4:  The Early Spring Edition.  Learn how trails are built, the importance of bees and the significance of the Achievement Knots you see on some leader uniforms
  • Vol3 No7:  The Outrageous Summer Fun Edition.  Learn how to make ice cream, spin a lasso and the history of flashlight ... and more.  Care to eat an elephant?
  • Vol3 No8:  On The Roof Edition.  Check out the climbers of Mt Kilimanjaro in Africa, the "Big Tents" they used, and the hats they used to protect them from the sun ... very cool
  • Vol3 No9:  Time Flies Edition.  Learn the history of watches, clocks and calendars
  • Vol3 No10:  Freezing Weather Edition.  While winter might only mean we need to wear a jacket in SoCal, check out the gear used by scouts hiking in the artic. 
 
For prior month's publications, go to http://www.scoutstuff.org/retail/docs/be-prepared
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