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  1. Scoutmaster’s Minutes

    Scoutmaster’s Minutes

    $5.95
    Building on the time-honored tradition of ending Scout meetings and campfires with a "Scoutmaster’s Minute," this book is filled with quotes, original stories, and adaptations, each with a moral that makes a single point to reinforce the ideals of the Scout Law, Scout Oath, Scout Motto, or Scout Slogan. This valuable resource helps Scout leaders find the perfect "food for thought" for Scouts to take with them as they leave a Scouting event. Soft cover; 53 pages. Learn More
  2. Scoutmaster’s Minutes II

    Scoutmaster’s Minutes II

    $5.95
    A sequel to the original Scoutmaster’s Minutes, this second collection features additional topics, including Sports Shorts, lessons from Vietnam, and the wisdom of Chief Sequassen. Like the original, this 47-page book is filled with short stories, each with a moral that makes a single point to reinforce the ideals of the Scout Law, Scout Oath, Scout Motto, or Scout Slogan. Another valuable resource to help Scout leaders find the perfect "food for thought" for Scouts to take with them as they leave a Scouting event. Soft cover; 53 pages. Learn More
  3. Campfire Tales: A Collection of Campfire Stories

    Campfire Tales: A Collection of Campfire Stories

    $5.95
    47 pages of more than 30 campfire stories includes scary stories, humorous tales, audi-ence participation stories, scouting legends and Native American folklore. This collection contains stories that have been passed down at campfires for generations along with new stories that were created specifically for Scouts. Make your next campfire more memora-ble by bringing along a copy of "Campfire Tales!" Learn More
  4. Guide to Safe Scouting

    Guide to Safe Scouting

    $5.99
    Updated for 2014, this pamphlet provides an overview of current BSA safety policies, procedures, and guidelines... the stepping stones toward safe and enjoyable adventures. The purpose of the Guide to Safe Scouting is to prepare members of the Boy Scouts of America to conduct Scouting activities in a safe and prudent manner. The policies and guidelines have been established because of the real need to protect members from known hazards that have been identified through over 100 years of experience. Learn More
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