Neckerchief Slides

By Deborah Bracken My neckerchief slide experience reckons all the way back to my days as the young daughter of a Den Mother and the little sister to a Cub Scout.  I remember watching my mom pour plaster of paris into candy molds, then adding small white curtain rings once partially dry and finally, watching the … More Neckerchief Slides

Den Chief Training

By Mark Stone & Korbin Wies A den chief’s role is to serve as a junior leader that can show younger boys what it truly means to be a Boy Scout. This requires setting a good example, stepping forward to help with meetings and activities, and encouraging boys to do their best to advance in scouting. … More Den Chief Training

Campfire Program Fun

By Tina Everett, Brian Lloyd, Don Sasser, & Eden Borrowman Why do we have campfires? To make s’mores, to “play” with the fire, because that’s what you do outdoors, etc…. Scouting and campfires have gone hand in hand.  Holding a successful campfire can add to a scouts outdoor experience.  Whether your den, pack, or troop hold … More Campfire Program Fun