Monthly Archives: August 2012

Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
Cash or check only? Not anymore. Thanks to some handy new tech tools, it’s possible to accept credit cards at your unit’s next popcorn sale, carwash, or other money-earning project. That eliminates a big reason…

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Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
Donovan Fisher isn’t your typical door-to-door salesman. “The Popcorn Scout,” as he’s now known, is a 12-year-old marketing prodigy who in 2011 sold $9,208 in Trail’s End popcorn and chocolate pretzels, ranking 14th among all…

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Boy Scout Night at the Voyagers

If you are interested in pre-paying for your tickets to the game, here is a PDF form from the Voyagers. BoyScoutNight

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Urgent – A Troop is needed for a flag ceremony on Thursday!

I received a phone from Russ Ehnes today looking for a Scout Troop to present flags and lead in the Pledge of Allegiance on Thursday. He is with an organization that is working with the BSA and the Montana Council … Continue reading

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Reminder – Junior Leader Training – Saturday 8/18

On Saturday August 18th, the Lewis and Clark District will be offering a Junior Leader Training course to all area Boy Scouts and Boy Scout Leaders. This course is intended for all current Troop leadership or future Troop leaders. The … Continue reading

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Update on Baseball Night and Scout Show

Scout Night at the Voyagers and our Scout Show is coming up quickly! Friday, August 24th is our combined Baseball Night and Scout Show. The prices this year will be the same as last year: $3 tickets or $5 for … Continue reading

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Cub Scout Recruitment Training

Thursday, August 16 at 6pm in the basement of the Scout Office will be our annual Fall Recruitment Training for our Cub Packs. We will discuss how to plan a successful recruiting campaign, what should be done at your unit’s … Continue reading

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Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
In Scouting, knives are a double-edged sword. Used safely, they’re part of a rite of passage for boys and a chance for leaders to impart important lessons to help Scouts become “Prepared. For Life.”…

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August Roundtable and District Meeting Agenda

Montana Council Lewis and Clark District District Roundtable and Meeting LDS Stake Center, 1015 15th Ave S August 7, 2012 1. Roundtables 6:30-7:30 p.m. A. Boy Scout – Fall Camporee, Scout Show B. Cub Scout – Customizing your annual program, … Continue reading

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