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How to Use Scoutbook | Keeping track of Scout Advancement

Learning how to use Scoutbook is easy and will save Scout leaders and parents time, while involving the Scouts in their own advancement process. Scoutbook is NOT an app (as of now), it is a website with an excellent mobile platform, accessed via your smart phone's internet browser. The domain is ScoutBook.com

The Boy Scouts of America on Thursday announced a voluntary recall of Cub Scout neckerchief slides sold between February 2018 and August 2018.
The affected products include the yellow Lion, red Wolf, green Bear and blue Webelos slides.
 

 

 

The Council held its 36th Annual Distinguished Citizen Banquet on December 12, celebrating the accomplishments of Steve and Jo Heckman.

They chose Camp Scholarships as their special project and raised over $28,000. Jo and Steve are hoping their project will assist getting Scouts to camp for many years to come.

We are still accepting donations to this project. Just contact the Midnight Sun Council at 907-452-1976 to donate.

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Update your BeAScout.org pin today, so prospective Scouts can find you blog.scoutingmagazine.org
BeAScout.org tells prospective Scouting families why Scouting is a good fit for their family and where they can find a pack, troop, crew or ship near them.

Click on the following link to read more:

https://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2019/01/28/update-your-beascout-pin-today-so-future-scouting-families-can-find-you-tomorrow/?utm_source=scoutingwire&utm_campaign=swemployee262019&utm_medium=email&utm_content=

 

Legends and Heroes Banquet

 

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Urban Rahoi, 100, has flown planes continuously for 84 years. He races snowmachines in the Tired Iron Race each year, and had the first Guide license in the state. His impact on making Alaska what it is today is what makes him a legend and hero.

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Cliff Everts, who has passed away, served the Bush delivering fuel and supplies to our off the road communities, creating a business to fill this niche. His impact on making Alaska what it is today is what makes him a legend and hero.

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Boy Scout

April 24, 2019
Fellow Scouters,

The tragedy of child abuse, be it physical, sexual, or emotional is one that is truly heartbreaking.

Painfully, there have been incidents of abuse that occurred in our program, and we sincerely apologize that some despicable individuals used their positions in Scouting to harm children.

First and foremost, the Boy Scouts of America believes victims. To those who were harmed – we grieve with you, we respect you, and we want to help you heal. Over the years, Scouting has provided counseling for victims, no questions asked, for as long as they needed it.....Read more

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