Embroidered emblem design celebrates JOTA, an annual Scouting event that uses amateur radio to link Scouts from around the world, around the nation, and in your own community.
Round emblem features image of a radio tower with JOTA logo and 2014 event date.
Embroidered emblem design celebrates JOTI, an annual Scouting event sponsored by the World Organization of the Scout Movement that links Scouts from around the world via their home computers and tablets!
Emblem includes “JOTI – XVIII Jamboree on the Internet – Boy Scouts of America – 2014” lettering and measures 2½" x 3¾". Learn More
A must-have for fans of this National Geographic "Mysteries In Our National Parks" series, this book also stands alone as a suspenseful survival story.
This series treats readers to the adventures of brother-sister sleuths: Jack and Ashley Landon. Traveling with their mother, Olivia, a wildlife biologist, and their father, Steven, a nature photographer, they visit magnificent National Parks where they always seem to stumble upon a puzzle that only they can solve. These adventures will keep kids on the edge of their seats while they learn about our country’s natural heritage and the role we all have in understanding and protecting it for the future. Learn More
Consistently good roundtables foster a quality Scouting program and will inspire Scouters to create good pack and den meetings. One purpose of this manual is to model good meetings and provide basic training for such.
Cub Scout roundtable basic training acquaints the roundtable team with the aims, principles, and specifics of their roles and responsibilities, and assists the team in developing the methods and techniques necessary to present materials and teach skills at roundtable in an interesting way.
Roundtable basic training should be held at least once each year or as needed to provide training for new roundtable personnel. Roundtable commissioners, roundtable staff members, and council and district volunteers and professionals will benefit from this training, as would enthusiastic, experienced adults who have been identified as potential roundtable team members.