Re: Introduction, Problem, & Re
GS-12 Daniel R. Mott Mr (mott@OODIS01.HILL.AF.MIL)
Thu, 3 Feb 1994 06:50:58 -0700
In your message of 2 Feb 1994 at 1413 MST, you write:
> 1) What are your experiences and/or views on rotating versus centralized
> Request: I've recently received an invitation to attend our region's Cub
> Scouter's Woodbadge Course. I would appreciate any information about the
> nature and usefulness of the course. Is it as popular as the Boy Scout
> Woodbadge course?
Can't help you much with the first question since I live in an urban
Until a couple of months ago, I was on roundtable staff for the
cubmasters and cub committee chairman. My resources for information
for roundtable was researching the library for activities, games, etc.
to apply for the monthly theme, council roundtable, and Pow Wow Books
>from other councils. One of the themes the den leaders section always
liked is the examples of crafts that were on display for that month.
Also sometimes the den leaders were able to sample a cub in the
kitchen recipe (i.e. gummy worms in chocolate pudding). Of course I
always like Cub Roundtable because they were fun and the Rountable
Commissioner always had a good time (enthusiastic) with the scouters
using applauses, skits, exmaples of ceremonies, etc.
I haven't been to Cub Woodbadge myself, but I know several people who
have and they say that it is greatest. They even kidded that it was
better then Boy Scout Woodbadge. I would certainly urge you to go if
you have the chance, it will especially have you in your district
You have to be in a district/council cub scout position in order to go
Cub Scout Woodbadge.
Great Salt Council
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