This episode is all about training: why it’s important, how to get trained, and everything you need to know about training. Longtime volunteer Grace Davidson wrote the scripts and provided content for the new e-learning training modules. Whether you’re new to Scouting or have been around the Scouting block a time or two, you’ll be left wondering, “With so many training opportunities available and all the fun and innovative ways to get that training, why didn’t I get trained sooner?”
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Special needs can mean anything from a learning disability like dyslexia to hearing loss to a physical disability like cerebral palsy. Even if you don’t have any special needs youth in your den or pack, you’re sure to find this discussion with Warren Weener, the chair-elect of the National Disabilities Awareness Committee, very enlightening.
If you’re interested, our big sibling, ScoutCast, addresses this same topic from the perspectives of a special needs Scout and a parent.
This month we discuss the question: “What summer activities should my den get involved in?” We know about camping, and if you need more information on that, go to the February 2018 CubCast. But Erica Smalls, the Cubmaster for Pack 387 in Bedford, Texas, thinks we should be looking at other activities in the summer to help promote Scouting in the community, keep the den active, and just have lots of fun! Let’s find out what that’s all about.