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Leader Helps

I still remember what it was like being a brand new leader, fresh fromcubmaster training with a “Trained” patch, and having no idea how to lead a den. I also remember when the light went on and I realized “I can do this!”

Whether you are a brand new leader, or an experienced scouter, hopefully these “Leader Helps” topics below will assist you in some way with your leadership position.

Feeling Burned Out? Listen To Your High School Chemistry Teacher

Protecting Your Cub Scouts and Cub Program

Happy Birthday BSA (still relevant after all these years!)

Dial O For Opinion (Opinion Hat for Training)

Storing And Organizing Craft Paint

Creating A Tiger Time Capsule

A Caution About Advancement Charts

Sunscreen Kerchief Slide

Scouting While On Vacation

Getting Professionals To Help With Webelos Activity Requirements

The Pith Helmet And The Sombrero

Pack (and Den) First Aid Kit

Open Up A Box Of Cheer

Book Preview: The Spirit Of Adventure

More Patrol Emblem Choices

Start Planning Your Summertime Program

‘You Know You’re A Cub Scout Leader When…’

Pictures: Take Them Early And Take Them Often

Adding Pizzazz With Ceremony Props

Why Bother With Leader Knots?

Compete Against Other Activities With Scouting

As Your Son’s Den Wraps Up, ‘Keep On Scouting’

Game Backpack

Thank You Cards

Giving The Gift Of The Religious Emblem Award

Mike Rowe’s Thoughts On Achieving Eagle Scout

BSA’s On-line Scouting Community

Another Use for Kerchief Slides

E-mail Accounts

Water Bottle Cardboard Packaging

Meeting Bottlenecks

Training Cards/Certificates

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