archive-org.com » ORG » S » SCOUTINGMAGAZINE.ORG

Total: 180

Choose link from "Titles, links and description words view":

Or switch to "Titles and links view".
  • Check out Welding merit badge requirements, launch info, video - Bryan on Scouting
    back Not as relevant as robotics but a cool one for those interested Tony Cox March 6 2012 at 12 55 am Reply Beekeeping is indeed VERY important Bees are essential for our survival but fewer and fewer people are getting into it Beekeeping is not that difficult and can be done as a hobby Gardeners a hive or two near your garden will surprise you with your harvest M B January 30 2012 at 4 57 pm Reply All to often councilors make it far too easy for scouts to obtain a merit badge Notice I did not say earn the merit badge I hope that the councilors for this badge really have the scouts earn it and have the sliced potatos ready Amy January 30 2012 at 11 36 pm Reply My son becomes a Boy Scout tomorrow The welding badge is a good opportunity for him as my father is a welder Can anyone be his counselor or does it have to be someone local My parents are 1100 miles from here but we visit every summer If my father could be his counselor it would be a great thing for them to do together Elizabeth March 5 2012 at 4 41 pm Reply He can sign up at a local scout center to become a merit badge counselor Once he s approved he can sign him off If he likes it he should offer up his services to the local troops It s a great way to stay active Matthew January 31 2012 at 2 41 am Reply In this day and age where everybody wins and gets a trophy Kids think they can do the minimum to get the badges I am a MB counselor for about a dozen badges and I have been told by parents that I am to tough on the kids when it come to making the kids DO THE REQUIREMENTS Amy Mam A agus Z January 31 2012 at 12 01 pm Reply I agree with you 100 on this Unless my son has EARNS his badges he doesn t deserve to receive them There is no honor in taking the easy way out Thankfully the troop he is joining is very meticulous in confirming the boys have done the requisite amount of work alan gorkin February 17 2012 at 7 57 am Reply I so agree with you In our troop they hold classes for the kids to encourage them to earn the badges Now kids in our troop no longer call me i am supposed to call them The toughest thing i remember about earning a badge as a kid was getting the courage up to call someone i didn t know God forbid you were unprepared during the first meeting He would never see you again Bill Davis January 31 2012 at 10 17 am Reply Re New Welding MB Good addition Just a comment not really a response to above comments The Welding MB requirements seem OK and certainly not too hard As a comparison to the Metal Working MB there is no creative component where the scout has to draw and image and then create it That s an interesting feature of the Metal Working MB and would fit in well with Welding MB BTW I am a grandparent of two scouts have done Metal Working MB for four scouts and am MB counselor on other MBs Not a professional welder but have done quite a lot of it KS February 9 2012 at 2 11 am Reply I guess I m still unsure why it s not just one badge Metalworking and Welding have similar requirements I m pretty certain that my son has already done most if not all the requirements when he welded together a metal box and a taco yes a taco sculpture for Metalworking I would have preferred them to be combined into one Aaron Weissman January 31 2012 at 9 51 pm Reply Reblogged this on Lewis and Clark District Committee Sean A Waiss February 6 2012 at 9 56 am Reply Bryan any chance we can get a peak at the SAR requirements in the near future It is my understanding that National wants to release the details at the National Meeting in May but for those of us wanting to incorporate some of the activities into the summer camp program it will be of little use to have the requirements held until that time Claudia reyna February 6 2012 at 11 10 am Reply I want to know the date for this merit badge Bryan February 6 2012 at 11 11 am Reply Hi Claudia It s out in late February or early March Stay tuned to my blog for details Thanks john February 6 2012 at 12 21 pm Reply wow those are pretty weak requirements I thought that they were called MERIT badges JMark February 18 2012 at 5 44 pm Reply Merit badges are an introduction to activities and skills They cannot foster mastery of a skill but can give the scout a little background on the subject a little training on the activity and the requirement to demonstrate a little grasp of the subject If it is interesting to the boy he can pursue it on his own Expertise is years of practice Sean Bailey March 5 2012 at 11 30 pm Reply I m surprised you can just pick a welding process MIG welding those requirements is much much easier than trying to TIG weld them or something crazy like stick or oxy acetylene I feel like the requirements are quite light for a merit badge too some understanding of current voltage etc is really useful for understanding welding as more than melting metal together welding Lee County FL March 7 2012 at 4 34 am Reply Merit badges are symbols of accomplishments for Boy Scouts It is great that there is an available badge for knowledge in welding Best of luck

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2012/01/30/welding-merit-badge-requirements-launch-details-released/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Robotics merit badge launch includes all-new interactive resource center - Bryan on Scouting
    window Click to print Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window More Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to Press This Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related 4 Comments on Robotics merit badge launch includes all new interactive resource center Freddie Burnett April 11 2011 at 7 47 pm Reply My name is Freddie Burnett and I am competing on Team 1138 Chaminade Eagle Engineering at the VEX Robotics World Championships this week We won numorous awards this year including two Excellance Awards that qualifies us for the World Excellance Award the highest award at the Worlds I am the Driver and helped build the robot This will be my 4th worlds as I have been doing this since 6th Grade The event will be shown on the Internet just google VEX Robotics I am in Troop 549 Granada Hills CA have obtained the rank of Life and will be 16 on April 18th Pul Bartomioli April 14 2011 at 4 37 am Reply Way to go I am a NonEngineering Mentor for FIRST I am a national web site evaluator for the FRC competitions as well as the World Championhips Paul Bartomioli April 14 2011 at 4 41 am Reply I am signing up as a MB Counselor Currently a webstie evaluator for FIRST former Non Engineering Mentor to team 716 Falls Village CT Grace Pregana April 16 2011 at 6 08 pm Reply Our son is a Second Class Scout with Aloha Council Troop 1 He is a participant at 2011 VEX Robotics World Championship When he found out that the BSA was holding a Robotics Merit Badge workshop on 04 16 11 at the ESPN Wide World of Sports Arena he met with his Scoutmaster to obtain a signed Merit Badge application Today he wore his Class A uniform brought his signed Merit Badge application and went to the workshop site The organizers DENIED his participation What the BSA organizers FAILED TO COMMUNICATE is that Robotics Merit Badge workshop was limited to 25 scouts from pre selected BSA Troops Despite this ABSOLUTE disappointment for our son he is determined to earn his Robotics Merit Badge 6 Trackbacks Pingbacks The 20 most and least earned merit badges of 2011 Bryan on Scouting The 20 most and least earned merit badges of 2011 Winnebago Council 173 Blog Happy 102nd Birthday Boy Scouts of America Bryan on Scouting Wanted 36 volunteers to share their merit badge skills at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree Bryan on Scouting Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Calendar of New Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Join the conversation Cancel reply ADVERTISEMENT

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2011/04/11/robotics-merit-badge-launch-includes-all-new-interactive-resource-center/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Human chess match will celebrate the new Chess merit badge - Bryan on Scouting
    to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window More Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to Press This Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related 2 Comments on Human chess match will celebrate the new Chess merit badge Alan Miller September 9 2011 at 6 01 pm Reply I always smile when people are so particular to put the time zone in but forget that we are under Daylight Savings Time right now It should be CDT Minor detail Thom Reed tlreed97 September 10 2011 at 12 12 am Reply Our troop will be on a 25 mile bike ride but I hope to get back in enough time to see it Seeing as it is only 20 minutes that s a fast game will it be archived or re broadcast so I can show it to our scouts Many of them will be headed to another church activity immediately after the ride and can watch the broadcast live 4 Trackbacks Pingbacks Human chess match will celebrate the new Chess merit badge Chess IQ Happy 102nd Birthday Boy Scouts of America Bryan on Scouting Wanted 36 volunteers to share their merit badge skills at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree Bryan on Scouting Calendar of New Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Join the conversation Cancel reply ADVERTISEMENT Bryan on Scouting newsletter Join 7442 people who get Bryan on Scouting in their inbox We ll send one email per weekday and you can unsubscribe any time Email Address First Name Last Name Search Blog Contributors Bryan Wendell an Eagle Scout is senior editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines Gretchen Sparling is associate editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines Latest Posts Sea Scouts becomes its own program within the BSA The four elements behind every great Scoutmaster s minute Jamboree Performance Troupe seeks dancers singers comedians These two Eagle Scouts are now Super Bowl champions There s now a fourth way to earn the Snow Sports merit badge Browse by Category Browse by Category Select Category Advancement Ask the Expert Awards Boy Scouting Boys Life BSA Racing Camp Hacks Camping Cub Scouting Eagle Before After Eagle Scout Exploring Fun Fundraising Health and Safety High Adventure Week History of Scouting International Scouting JTE Journey to Excellence Memorabilia Merit Badges My Two Cents National Scout Jamboree NOAC 2015 Northern Tier Olympics Open for Debate Order of the Arrow Philmont Scout Ranch Recruiting Report to the Nation Scouting 101 Scouting archives Scouting in the News Scouting magazine news Scouting Tips Sea Base Sea Scouting Service Sponsored STEM Summit Bechtel Reserve Sustainability Technology Things You Should Know Throwback Thursdays Tiger Cubs Top 5 merit badges Training Tuesday Talkbacks Uniforms Varsity Venturing Video What s New Where Am I Wood Badge World Jamboree

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2011/09/09/human-chess-match-will-celebrate-the-new-chess-merit-badge/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Boy Scouts and Lemelson-MIT Program introduce Inventing merit badge - Bryan on Scouting
    merit badge recognizing invention has been dormant for 95 years the idea of innovation has been fully alive in the Scouting program over the past century Whether it s a Boy Scout creating a useful camp gadget out of wood and rope or a Cub Scout tuning the aerodynamics on his pinewood derby car Scouts never stop innovating Ready to introduce Inventing merit badge to your troop Start with the official requirements available here Share this Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window More Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to Press This Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related 5 Comments on Boy Scouts and Lemelson MIT Program introduce Inventing merit badge Ed Palmer June 18 2010 at 9 49 am Reply What is the logo Appears to be a wheel which is appropriate but I can t make out the greebles at the bottom Brent Mair June 19 2010 at 2 48 pm Reply There are rock chips at the bottom Waste product from creating the wheel 22 requirements Good thing number 7 is blank Looks like it could have been quite a bit of work Brent Mair June 19 2010 at 2 53 pm Reply Looks like there aren t 22 requirements Formatting is off Each bullet point was assigned a number which isn t correct I expect they will fix it soon Peter P June 19 2010 at 7 35 pm Reply Actually the greebles look like rock chips They would have been chipped off the stone MBrown June 21 2010 at 9 57 am Reply stone chips knocked off the rock to turn it into a wheel 7 Trackbacks Pingbacks Calling all young inventors Bryan on Scouting The 20 most and least earned merit badges of 2011 Bryan on Scouting Calling all young inventors Winnebago Council 173 Blog New York OA Trader Today s Links February 5 2012 Wanted 36 volunteers to share their merit badge skills at the 2013 National Scout Jamboree Bryan on Scouting Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Calendar of New Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Join the conversation Cancel reply ADVERTISEMENT Bryan on Scouting newsletter Join 7442 people who get Bryan on Scouting in their inbox We ll send one email per weekday and you can unsubscribe any time Email Address First Name Last Name Search Blog Contributors Bryan Wendell an Eagle Scout is senior editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines Gretchen Sparling is associate editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines Latest Posts Sea Scouts becomes its

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2010/06/17/inventing-mb/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Boy Scouts of America releases Scouting Heritage merit badge - Bryan on Scouting
    Goodman Scout Museum at Owasippe Scout Camp in Michigan I would have thought this would also satisfy 4 Jay Ha June 21 2010 at 10 22 pm Reply Gee Walter lighten up I sure hope your demeanor with the boys is a bit more charitable than it has been with Mr Quinn Why is it that BSA adults show each other such little charity and grace Take a chill pill man It s all for the boys j Bill Donahue September 25 2012 at 11 48 am Reply I was in Tulsa and had a free day on a Saturday Decided to drive to Bartlesville to see Frank Lloyd Wright s Skyscraper on the plain On the way back I was wandering through the Osage land remembering the Wild Horse of the Osage who was a St Louis Cardinals infielder in the Gas House Gang There I stumbled across Pawhuska OK home of the FIRST BOY SCOUT TROOP IN AMERICA This is also There will be blood country http www osagecohistoricalmuseum com scouts html http en wikipedia org wiki Oldest Scout Groups Our Troop 9 Chester NJ former Scoutmaster H Melvyn Blaufuss held the position for 76 years Green Bar Bill operated in the immediately adjoining town same high school of Mendham NJ especially at the Schiff Scout Reservation Maps of Schiff by Bill are in my Scout Field Book 48 edition 58 printing I bought a house on that map in 1992 from the wiki re United States of America There are numerous troops which claim to be first boy scout troop in the United States There appears to be several boy scout troops that were operating prior to the official establishment of the Boy Scouts of America A claimant for first boy scout troop is Troop 1 of Barre Vermont in 1909 It was formed in Barre Vermont by William Foster Milne who moved to the United States from Aberdeen Scotland In 1907 William Foster Milne a stonecutter immigrated to Barre Vermont from Aberdeen Scotland where he had been active in the early scouting movement 17 He is referred as the First Scoutmaster in America by Sir Francis Fletcher Vane 18 Sir Francis Vane was London Commissioner of Scouts in Baden Powell s organisation and also became President of the British Boy Scouts 19 In 1909 Billy Milne learned of a small group of boys at the First Baptist Church in Barre who were already members of the Boys Brigade he offered them an alternative to their routine of marching and drills By re organizing into a new Boy Scout Club Troop 1 in the United States these scouts learned first aid new outdoor skills and being helpful to others Billy Milne went back to his native Scotland and brought back the books and materials he needed along with a British Charter By 1910 Barre s Troop 1 joined the Boy Scouts of America 20 By March 1910 the Boy Scouts in Vermont had expanded to such a degree that the girls of nearby Thetford became interested These girls along with William Chauncy Langdon Dr Luther Gulick and Charlotte Vedder Gulick formed the Camp Fire Girls which became the sister organization of the Boy Scouts of America on March 17 1910 The Camp Fire Girls preceded the Girl Scouts of America by 2 years 21 The Boy Scouts of America has always regarded the Camp Fire Girls not the Girl Scouts as its sister organization Up until the 1970s there were suggestions to merge the BSA and the CFG The original group of boys that made up Troop 1 were Charles Booth George Booth Gerald Brock Carl Burgess Earl Burgess Stanton Burgess Raymond Cave Clarence Geake James Grearson Walter Grearson Douglas Inglis Harry Kent George Murray Milton Rollins Craig Rollins Cecil Watt and Wallace Watt 22 Dr Wallace Watt moved to Clinton County Michigan to attend college and remained there as a scout leader for his entire life He received the Silver Beaver Award in 1981 and in 1984 a 75 year Diamond Jubilee service pin from the Boy Scouts of America Upon his death his widow donated his Barre Vermont Troop 1 artifacts to the Paine Gillam Scott Museum 23 in St Johns Michigan 24 The honorable Governor Deane C Davis was an early member of Barre Vermont s Troop 1 25 spring A claimaint for first Boy Scout Troop in the United States is Burnside Kentucky in 1908 26 Bala One is another claimant for first Boy Scout Troop in the United States in Bala Cynwyd Pennsylvania It was started by Frank H Sykes prior to the founding of the Boy Scouts of America 27 May Another claimant for first Boy Scout Troop in the United States is in Pawhuska Oklahoma in 1909 The first Boy Scout troop in America was organized in Pawhuska Osage County Oklahoma in May 1909 by Reverend John F Mitchell Rev Mitchell was a missionary priest from England sent to St Thomas Episcopal Church by the Church of England Rev Mitchell who had been associated in scout work with Lord Baden Powell in England organized the troop of Boy Scouts under English charter and equipped them with English uniforms manuals and badges On September 10 1910 S F Lester of Troy New York became the very first person to hold the Scouting leadership position of Scoutmaster commissioned by the BSA He received his certification from the BSA headquarters in New York City In 1910 he led a group of 30 scouts at Camp Ilium in Pownal Vermont Camp Ilium was the starting point of the Boy Scout Movement for Troy NY and Pownal VT which is only 35 miles away from Troy NY 28 Troop 1 Paoli PA outside of Philadelphia was chartered in March 1911 with the National Council of the Boy Scouts of America in New York City but the troop was organized the year before at the Good Samaritan Church in Paoli from which it takes its name

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2010/05/04/boy-scouts-of-america-releases-scouting-heritage-merit-badge-1/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Scuba diving merit badge released - Bryan on Scouting
    all the other requirements There are three important pieces of information which must be fully reviewed by the merit badge counselor prior to approving any Scout for the merit badge the merit badge requirements the notes to counselor and the scuba policy of the Guide to Safe Scouting Share this Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window More Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to Press This Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related 5 Comments on Scuba diving merit badge released Joe May 12 2010 at 7 19 am Reply Here s the question I can t get answered what is the requirement to be the merit badge counselor The answers to that question are all over the map joepack404 yahoo com Mark April 11 2012 at 8 06 pm Reply The counselor should at least be a certified open water diver They would have a better appreciation of the training needed Gaynor July 24 2010 at 11 11 am Reply The scuba diving merit badge is a great way of introducing youngsters to the wonders of the underwater world and marine conservation Dorian August 18 2010 at 4 32 pm Reply Not only will earning a scuba diving merit badge fun but the scuba diving courses are very educational and will teach them a lot about he physiology of being under water Keith LeBlanc June 21 2012 at 12 44 pm Reply Why is a open water certification required I ve looked into the ceritification It s about 300 plus equipement of about 200 to 300 Shouldn t merit badges be more geared to giving boys an introduction to the merit Instead of having to pay 500 Seems this should be changed to a simpler discovery dive which costs around 50 and just needs a snorkel as all other equipment is provided Then if a boy wants to move on to do more like open water certification because they realize they enjoy it they can beyond the merit badge 2 Trackbacks Pingbacks Newest Merit Badges Available Now Home of Troop 85 Calendar of New Merit Badges Troop 139 Ortonville MI Join the conversation Cancel reply ADVERTISEMENT Bryan on Scouting newsletter Join 7442 people who get Bryan on Scouting in their inbox We ll send one email per weekday and you can unsubscribe any time Email Address First Name Last Name Search Blog Contributors Bryan Wendell an Eagle Scout is senior editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines Gretchen Sparling is associate editor of Boys Life Scouting and Eagles Call magazines

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2009/11/16/scuba-diving-merit-badge-released/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Eagle Scout project before-and-after photos, Round 13
    straw bales that would rot and collapse each year into an archery range backstop that is covered and has a removable enclosure for the front Mark from Missouri Who Mark Troop 210 Springfield Mo What Mark and his team built a sand track box to identify and compare animal tracks Marcus from California Who Marcus Troop 676 San Diego Calif What Marcus and his team built shelves in a trailer for the local community emergency response team trailer to better store and organize the gear they would use when they are deployed on an emergency Jacob from Colorado Who Jacob Troop 16 Parker Colo What Jacob and his team repainted a parking lot removed dead and overhanging landscaping and developed and installed new parking area signs for his high school s grand opening Jacob and the volunteers were actually working at the time the satellite photo was taken Everyone must have been taking a lunch break in the shade from installing signs but both of the family cars are in the photo as well as the pile of trimmed and dead vegetation by the roll off dumpster Eric from Maryland Who Eric Troop 144 Bryans Road Md What Eric and his team converted an old unused shelter into a picnic shelter for visitors to use at Thomas Stone National Historic Site Tyler from Texas Who Tyler Troop 202 Cedar Park Texas What Tyler and his team built a 16 foot bridge with the Scout Law engraved on it at the Travis Audubon Society Baker Sanctuary Jacob from Louisiana Who Jacob Troop 1 Monroe La What Jacob and his team installed a drainage system and landscaped the area between two buildings to provide a social area for the Old Bethel Christian Academy High School students Jesse from Texas Who Jesse Troop 101 Mount Pleasant Texas What Jesse and his team replaced an old cemetery entryway with a new arched entryway and dedicated it to his grandparents buried there Cameron from Missouri Who Cameron Troop 333 Diamond Mo What Cameron and his team built a 20 by 30 foot pavilion This was a special project for him because the land for the city park was given to the center by his grandparents Ethan from Kansas Who Ethan Troop 66 Fort Leavenworth Kan What Ethan and his team improved the safety at the four way intersection by constructing a flower bed that prevents people from parking on that corner which in the past has prevented drivers from seeing oncoming traffic Matthew from Illinois Who Matthew Troop 101 Darien Ill What Matthew and his team installed a commemorative brick path in front of the old school bell in front of Prairieview Elementary School with the proceeds helping fund grants to Center Cass School District 66 teachers which then benefit the students Jacob from Minnesota Who Jacob Troop 9045 St Paul Minn What Jacob and his team created a labyrinth at St Thomas More church in St Paul Like these See more here Have before

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2015/10/05/extreme-makeovers-round-13-eagle-scout-project-before-and-after-photos/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive

  • Eagle Scout project before-and-after photos, Round 12
    footbridge using recycled plastic lumber and powder coated rails for a lasting environmentally friendly bridge connecting an elementary school to the local neighborhood Brett from South Carolina Who Brett Troop 737 Summerville S C What Brett and his team designed and built a shelter and bench overlooking a pond along the nature trail at the Samworth Wildlife Management Area in Georgetown S C Jack from Ohio Who Jack Troop 172 Munroe Falls Ohio What Jack and his team installed a cement sidewalk at Riverwood Community Chapel The church staff wanted to have easy access to the storage shed without getting muddy wet or covered in snow Charlie from Ohio Who Charlie Troop 273 Stow Ohio What Charlie and his team rebuilt Riverwood Community Chapel s fire pit with a permanent fire ring and brick edge They also built six 4 foot benches for the fire pit and two 8 foot benches for the sand volleyball court Alan from Pennsylvania Who Alan Troop 57 of Houtzdale Pa What Alan and his team designed and constructed a 28 by 30 foot concrete pad with a pavilion and picnic tables at the Moshannon Valley Elementary School Like these See more here and look for another batch next Monday Have before and after Eagle photos I can use in future posts Go here to learn how to send them to me Share this Click to email this to a friend Opens in new window Click to print Opens in new window Click to share on Facebook Opens in new window Click to share on Twitter Opens in new window Click to share on Pinterest Opens in new window Click to share on Pocket Opens in new window More Click to share on LinkedIn Opens in new window Click to share on Reddit Opens in new window Click to share on Tumblr Opens in new window Click to Press This Opens in new window Click to share on Google Opens in new window Related 9 Comments on Extreme Makeovers Round 12 Eagle Scout project before and after photos BJ Sidari September 21 2015 at 12 12 pm Reply I think this is a great idea to share the success of our Eagle Scout projects But please tell me what I am doing incorrectly I see only one tenth of the projects as before and after photos 90 of the time I see only one photo Am I doing something wrong There is only one slider bar for one project for this installment of Eagle projets and it does not work Any suggestions Thank you Bryan Wendell September 21 2015 at 12 46 pm Reply Hmm they re all working on my end Try refreshing maybe Liz Marchal September 21 2015 at 2 15 pm Reply Bryan could you look at your post and reply to my commenr Or would you like me to ask it here Bryan Wendell September 21 2015 at 3 08 pm Reply Hi I did see the question The answer is

    Original URL path: http://blog.scoutingmagazine.org/2015/09/21/extreme-makeovers-round-12-eagle-scout-project-before-and-after-photos/ (2016-02-11)
    Open archived version from archive



  •