I'm hoping to hear from others who have made their own neckers, and see some pics.I'm sewing all of the neckers my group needs to help keep costs low ($3!). I chose a single color necker to make this…Continue
I'm hoping to hear from others who have made their own neckers, and see some pics.I'm sewing all of the neckers my group needs to help keep costs low ($3!). I chose a single color necker to make this super easy, and procured a serger to crank them out with a nice secure edge (without the need of an iron).Has anyone else out there used a serger to make neckers and if so, what sort of stitch did you use to hem? I'm between a 3 thread flatlock and a rolled napkin edge. Any input would be awesome.See More
25th Dunelands is excited to host our very first Brownsea Training Camp (BTC) here in Northwest Indiana. It will also be the Midwest Region's first BTC3, a more in depth training camp developed by our fellow scouts in the West.You can find the registration here: http://tinyurl.com/IN-BTC-SP2017-FORMAnd the payment form here:…See More
November 11, 2016 at 6pm to November 13, 2016 at 12pm
This BTC will be held on the west side of the St. Louis area (Misouri).This training is designed for first-time leaders, volunteers and adults/parents interested in the BPSA's traditional scouting program. You'll be working with other attendees as part of a Patrol over the course of the weekend training camp, learning through first-hand experience what the Patrol system is and how it works and exploring the other methods used in delivering the traditional scouting program to youth at the group…See More
Are you a member of a current BPSA group? If so, which?
I'm 31, married, crafty as heck, and a SAHM to 4 kids (9, 8, 5 & 2) living in NW Indiana.
I am enthusiastic about nature, reading, making things, and watching cartoons.
I'm currently attempting to learn front-end development with the help of my husband (Trailhead member Bryan Redeagle).
Are you interested in starting a new BPSA group?
Any previous scouting background?
Helping out with Cub Scouts, involved in GSUSA as a girl, and now a Brownie leader in our local troop (until we get our BPSA group started up).
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"Wonderful display! Thanks for sharing, everyone.
Here is round one of Jane Pathfinder, still a work in progress.... she will have achieved not only her George Washington, but also the Bushman's thong...just a rough draft."
"No matter how you do it, making one of these goes a LONG way to showing prospective parents that we are a serious scouting organization. Set one of these up at a back-to-school event or picnic and have a signup sheet next to it. Then, afterward,…"