Scouting, Volume 76, Number 3, May-June 1988 Page: 3
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J. Warren Young,
Publisher. Magazine Division
Robert F. Limacher, Associate
Publisher. Magazine Division
Walter B. Babson,
Scouting & Exploring
Regular Features/Copy Editor
Jon C. Halter, Staff Writer
Robert Peterson, Staff Writer
Suzanne Wilson, Staff Writer
Robert E. Hood, Editor
Joseph Connolly, Director of
Design. Magazine Division
Beth Hardaway, Art Director
Gene Daniels, Photo Editor
James O. Boyll,
Gene Allendorf, Advertising
Mike Wallace, Assistant
to the Publisher/
William F. Downs,
Margie L. Bolton,
Robert L. Goldsmith,
Lillian Mussel, Assistant to the
Leigh Novog, Promotion/
Charles M. Pigott, President
Ben H. Love, Chief Scout
Joseph L. Anglim, National
Director of Administration/
Chief Financial Officer
Magazine Advisory Committee:
James B. Kobak, Chairman
Louis T. Hagopian,
Charles J. Hamm,
Joseph W. Ostrow
About our cover: If you
like canoeing you'll enjoy it
even more with a sail to
catch the wind and take
you places. Staff photogra-
pher Gene Daniels caught
the cover action at the
BSA's Adirondack Adven-
ture Area in upstate New
York. As at allofScouting's
high adventure bases, safe
boating is a must.
Published by the Boy Scouts of America
7 A Good Turn for a Special Camp
Colorado Scouts salvage a campground for the handi-
capped after vandals lay it waste.
16 Safety Through Skill on the Water
Swimming and boating are two popular Scout activi-
ties, but there are cautions to be observed.
18 Communicating With Your Teen
The ratio of praise to criticism in chats with your teen
needs to be 90/10—90-percent praise to 10-percent
20 Lively Ways To Earn the Summertime
Packs offer families summer fun and Cub Scouts a
handsome pin to boot!
22 Scout World '87—Showing Off for the Public
North Carolina's Piedmont Council hosts an outstand-
ing Scout skills show.
24 Lazy Day on the Lake
Here's how to set up a day at the lake with your Scouts
whether you're an expert or novice angler.
28 Believe in Scouting Enough, and It'll Work
Allen Temple Baptist Pastor J. Alfred Smith says, 'We
must save our boys now! Scouting can really help us.'
30 What's So Great About a World Jamboree?
Friendship flourishes when youths from around the
world meet, but a veteran writer found a special bond
among the 14,507 Scouts gathered in Australia.
34 On the Order of Walking
Walking brings multiple benefits, not the least of
which is feeling good afterwards.
36 Jo Anne and Wes Grady—100% Scouters
Exemplary of the best Scouting families, Wes and Jo
Anne Grady devote thousands of hours to provide
Scouting for boys.
39 Carry a Big Stick
What badge do you wear in Scouting? Does it say to our
youth, 'Here is someone I can count on'?
40 Boys' Life Sells Itself
In Atlanta's North Fulton District, 82 percent of the
Scouts and Cubs subscribe to the magazine.
4 News Briefs
10 The Way It Was
12 Worth Retelling
13 Let Boys' Life Be Your
14 Front Line Stuff
50 Family Quiz
Vol. 76, No. 3
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