Today marks the 266th day of the 100th Anniversary of the founding of Boy Scouts of America. We have all seen and done a lot over these past 265 days. Many of us went to the National Jamboree at Fort A.P Hill, the last Jamboree at this site.
Many of us have earned new awards, den leader knots, gone to Wood Badge, gotten Beaded and created many many memories that will last another 100 years.
In the tradition of many Scouters who had blogs talking about what they did for the first 100 days, I will be blogging about what I have done for the last 100 days of Scouting.
Today: Communicated to several Pack Committee Members about registration and training. Also helped two new Den Leaders begin to understand what fun they will have this coming year.
Also working on how to have a great Bobcat Ceremony in Oct for all the new Cub Scouts.