Sunday, August 16, 2009

Scoutcraft Staff - 2009

From Left to right: Britt Abrahamson, Director Christopher "Rudy" Sandoval, Tyler Greenyway, and Sean Kennedy

Friday, June 19, 2009

It's Mandatory!

M-69: Program experiences are provided to qualify Scouts in each of the
hiking, camping, and outdoor requirements of Tenderfoot through
First Class ranks.

-2008 Resident Camp Standards, BSA

Monday, October 13, 2008

Regarding paper products...

Don't store them in the shed during the off season. This hits especially hard with toilet paper.
Mice love to make themselves at home with the stuff. Keeping educational material in sealed bins and not having any paper in the cook boxes will save you a mess come June.

Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Scoutcraft, Ho!

Attention Scoutcraft staffers!
Read this to be edumacated about the method and function of the blog network.

As disclosed in the other blogs, this one has a very special purpose. The function of this blog is to document and make available the ideas and things that are Scoutcraft oriented (and so begin the puns). Think that guidebook we were working on during staff week but digital. Hopefully we can fill this sucker up with guides, lesson plans, program ideas, and all sorts of crazy stuff before next camping season. This also enables us to reach out to outside resources, mainly former Scoutcraft staff, to gain that extra perspective instead of relying solely on our wits during staff week to figure out how to run things.

Tags will be a little bit more specific here, so things that involve First Aid would be titled such, the same goes with Wilderness Survival, Cooking, and the like.

Hello to the glorius future and goodbye to the misconception that Scoutcraft is a big, dumb muscle!