Wood Badge Ticket
DEBBIE FREELE (debbie.freele@ONLINESYS.COM)
Tue, 12 Sep 1995 08:39:00 -0400
>>>>----------> MIKE PETRE wrote:
>"I'm almost embarrassed to ask this one. What is a "woodbadge ticket"?
I think you received a pretty good description of what a "ticket" is,
from Don Tolin, but I understand your question from the Canadian point
I think the term "ticket" and the way they arrive at receiving their
beads after Woodbadge Training, is related to BSA almost exclusively. I
don't know the history of the song "Back To Gilwell" but my guess would
be that it originated from an American Scouter, long ago. I'm sure
others will fill in the blanks.
Now my question is how is the third and fourth bead obtained in the
Having just completed my Part III, I just came back from my very first
Gilwell Reunion, at Blue Springs Scout Reserve (Ontario Training
Centre), this past weekend and "I'll be back!!!"
Singing "Back to Gilwell" for the first in that setting was pretty
emotional for me and to many of the other Scouters, especially with the
thought that one or brother Scouters from Philadelphia had "Gone Home"
soon after arriving at the Camp. One thought came to mind. What
better place for a Scouter to have Gone Home from? My prayers go to his
family and friends.
Yours in the Spirit of Scouting,
16th London Cub Pack
in Ontario, Canada
~ CMPQwk #1.4~ UNREGISTERED EVALUATION COPY
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City