Monthly Archives: January 2014

Scouter Gone Home – Fred McClain

For those who’ve been to the Juniata Valley Scout Camp for summer camp over the last 25 years, you’ll know the name (or at least the face of,) Fred McClain.  It’s with sadness that I share he passed away on … Continue reading

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Here are the three big changes in the BSA happening on Jan. 1, 2014

Originally posted on Bryan on Scouting:
Before you watch Times Square’s big countdown tonight, take a look at three big changes coming to the Boy Scouts of America at the stroke of midnight. Effective Jan. 1, 2014, you’ve got a new…

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Fun Events – Don’t Forget to Sign Up

Don’t forget to the following sign ups which will be sent via e-mail, this week: Cain Campout (1/17-1/19)/Klondike Derby (1/25) [two separate events on the same signup] Snow Tubing – Monday, February 3, 2014 And don’t forget, if you haven’t already … Continue reading

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Upcoming Fees

Don’t forget, if you’re attending the following events, payment is due by the dates indicated: $25 – West Point Camporee (Due January 6th) $50 – Scout Camp (First payment – Due January 20th) Please put your payment into an envelope … Continue reading

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Building a Campfire

This is an awesome infographic from Peggy at BuzzFeed. It does an excellent job of explaining tinder, kindling and fuel that you need to gather for a campfire.

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