I know a place where adults voluntarily give up a week of vacation to oversee a bunch of teenage boys.
Some might call these adults crazy. I call them Scouters.
Around this time every year, hundreds of Boy Scout council camps across the U.S. fill up with Scouts having a week to remember — and the adult leaders who make it all possible.
At council camps, the staff sets the itinerary, handles the program, teaches the merit badges, and even prepares the meals.
So what’s a unit leader to do? How does a Scoutmaster or assistant Scoutmaster make the most of his or her week at camp?
Here are some ideas, sent in by Scouters like you on our Facebook page:
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