scouts-l Mail Archive for August of 2000: Re: basic training
Dave Loomis (dloomis@NH.ULTRANET.COM
Fri Aug 11 2000 - 23:25:25 CDT
Scouting's Library of Literature, # 70-080, one of the most unknown
Scouting resource. Lists all the current publications available to
scouters at unit, district, and council level. Since it is a bin item,
it should be available, free, from your council's service center, or can
be ordered in quantities, free except for p&h, from North Carolina.
This also lets you know when a new pub comes out as well as checking the
age of the pubs in your service store. n.b. This pub comes out in
March, and it will have the last two digits of the year of publication
in parentheses after the stock number, as in - 70-080(99). This keeps
you from putting too much stock in an outdated SLL.
Bob and Rusty Taylor wrote:
> we would like to have a resource table that shows what is available to
> Scouters beyond the normal handbooks and Troop Program Resources. for
> example, few pwople in our district seem to know that they can get free
> copies of Boy's Life Magazine for handouts for recruiting Scouts, or about
> the Audio-Visual Catalog of materials that BSA has available.
> your thoughts on the resokurce table would be appreciated?
> Bob Taylor
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