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Posted by on Aug 24, 2018 in National Boy Scout News

September 2018 – Can We Talk? Make New Friends From All Over the World!

Jamboree-on-the Air and Jamboree-on-the-Internet events held every October. The World Scout Bureau reported that last year, JOTA and JOTI events had more than 1.5 million Scout participants from more than 160 countries! In this month’s episode, 2 of the JOTA/JOTI team members, Jim Wilson, (JOTA rep) and Greg Wojcicki (JOTI rep) share with us how you can be a part of these world-wide events. The events take place in October so you should listen to this episode soon… like right now. Powered by...

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Posted by on Aug 24, 2018 in National Cub Scout News

September 2018 – Conflict Resolution

An email came into the CubCast mailbox from Katherine Drahmann who asked for an episode on resolving conflicts between den members. She points out that sometimes events occur outside the Den or Pack meeting and are then continued in the meeting. Joining us for this discussion on resolving conflict is Grace Davidson. Grace has been a very active volunteer with the Circle 10 Council in Dallas, Texas, serving as everything from den leader, Director of Day Camp, and Den Chief Trainer to Merit Badge Counselor and Troop Chaplain, and everything in between. We are so happy that she found time to join us for what is sure to be a fascinating discussion on conflict resolution in a den and pack. Powered by...

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Posted by on Jul 27, 2018 in National Boy Scout News

August 2018 – Finding Leaders for Your All-Girl Troop

Girls will become eligible to become Scouts BSA troops in 2019, which will be here before you know it. We talked a few months ago about new unit development, so now let’s talk about recruiting leaders for those units with Scott Berger, a 50-year BSA veteran who currently serves on a multitude of committees and task forces with the Patriots’ Path Council in Cedar Knolls, New Jersey. Powered by...

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Posted by on Jun 27, 2018 in National Boy Scout News

July 2018 – Recruiting Campaigns

If you’re a regular listener (and of course you are), you’ll recall that back in May we discussed what you need to do to start a new unit. But first, you need the youth for that unit. Now is the time to start recruiting. We need some fresh ideas for the digital times we live in, so join us to discuss recruiting campaigns with Hayley Cordaro, the Social Media Specialist with the Communications Team here at the National Service Center. One of her main responsibilities is developing digital strategies for the BSA. Powered by...

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