Whittlin' Chip for GSUSA
Steve Souza (76703.633@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Fri, 22 Apr 1994 04:37:38 EDT
Quoted From: Paul Wolf aa854@cleveland.Freenet.Edu
In a reply from: Jeff Chandler firstname.lastname@example.org
> The "Whittling Chip" card is an activity to show Bears and Webelos the
> proper way to handle and use a pocket knife... Tigers and Wolves are not
> eligible for this achievement.
The question comes to mind, is there something like this training and card
for Girl Scouts to show they are qualified and may carry a pocket knife
while on Scout outings??
My daughter is well versed in outdoor skills having grown up with an older
brother in Scouts and being part of a family that enjoys the outdoors
regularly, however... in her Cadet Troop they do not teach knife/axe use nor
do they have a card or other document to show who is trained...
Are they behind the times or is there no comparable function for Girl
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