Silver Award Project/Bridging
Lisa A. Varner (lavarner@JUNO.COM)
Wed, 17 Jul 1996 19:11:57 EDT
I'm so happy I could just scream. My daughter is working 2 GS day camps
this year as a PAL (her second year).
She has decided to do her silver award project!!! She's had all the
badge work and leadership requirements done for months, but I could not
get her to start a project. I didn't want to push to much, but she
waited long enough that she has to do her project under the new Cadette
Handbook which requires more hours. But, I don't care, she's doing it!
She is running a week long Singing Trees at day camp for about 150
younger scouts. I printed out a songbook I have on the computer and she
spent hours labeling, and practicing songs, making potlatches (swaps).
Now she will be able to do bridging to Senior scout activities with the
other 5 in my troop who completed their silver projects in May!!
Question: Can she complete some bridging activities before she finishes
her silver project? Are there requirement (such as minimum age (14) she
can become a senior scout)? She is only 13, but entering the 9th grade.
Lisa Varner <<email@example.com>>
Haven't been there, don't want to go, don't need another t-shirt!!
PS Same me, new address!! Changing this to my primary, but will still
keep the other. Juno doesn't handle attachments.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City