How long for rank
Judith F. Polak (JFPolak@COMPUSERVE.COM)
Fri, 21 Nov 1997 07:05:54 -0500
Another good one to redirect that "overachiever" in your den is the BSA
The Family decides to meet a certain number of times every month for twel=
months (that's requirement #1).
The program lists 14 Family Talk areas, the family chooses six or more an=
improves skills in those areas (such as ... building self-esteem, coping,=
trustings, communicating, believing, developing talents, etc.) (That's
Then they choose 3 of these:
--plan and participate in one or more family outings.
--start one new family tradition.
--do a good turn for an individual, group or the community.
--attend religious services at least once a month
--attend two Scouting actvities or functions.
--identify your local BSA council and neighborhood Cub Scout pack.
This sounds like one more thing that this family could do together...
My book is a 1991 printing; BSA bin #3012.
Buckskin Council -- 22 counties in W.Va, Va, and Ky.
My home's in the West Virginia Hills.
Terry Howerton Sakima Group, Inc. SCOUTER Magazine Kansas City