Scouting, Volume 74, Number 3, May-June 1986 Page: 7
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go hungry every day...," said Cosby. "I
hope I can count on your support for just
one day, so we—you and me—can fight
hunger and homelessness right here in
our own country."
Classrooms kits with lesson plans,
maps, and other materials on hunger and
homelessness will be provided to most
junior high schools along or near the
Hands Across America route.
For more information, contact the
local bottler of Coca-Cola. To sign up,
call 1-800-USA-9000 or pick up a sign-
up entry wherever Coca-Cola is sold.
Cub Scout Whittling Chip
Den and pack leaders who teach their
boys the safe handling of pocketknives
may want to present them with the Cub
Scout Whittling Chip.
The Whittling Chip, Supply No.
4225, is a wallet-sized card certifying
that the Cub Scout "has completed the
Shavings and Chips Achievement 19 in
the Big Bear Cub Scout Book or has read
the Outdoorsman section of the Webelos
Scout Book and has demonstrated
knowledge of, and skill in, the use of a
personal pocketknife. By completing
these safety requirements, he has earned
the right to carry a pocketknife at Cub
Scout Emblems of the World poster
The World Scout Bureau, located in
Geneva, Switzerland, has published a
full-color poster that depicts 152 na-
tional Scout emblems from around the
globe. Each emblem is identified by
country and the name of the Scout
The poster, which measures 36 Vi x
24!/2 inches, may be purchased for $6,
rolled and mailed in a tube, or for $4,
folded and mailed flat. Substantial dis-
counts are available for purchases of 50
or more posters. Write for details.
Order from: The World Scout Bureau,
Box 78, 1211 Geneva 4, Switzerland.
Fall 'Housewarmin" introduces
new families to Scouting
The BSA's East Central Region has
developed a new method of fall recruit-
ing that dates back to the pioneer spirit of
home hospitality. Other troops nation-
wide may find it a good event to pattern.
The activity is a good, old-fashioned
housewarmin', and the idea is to invite
all the new families with Scout-age boys
in your neighborhood to a potluck dinner
at your troop's meeting place.
After dinner, Scouts perform demon-
strations of Scouting skills, and the
Scoutmaster or senior patrol leader gives
a preview of com- (continued on page 42)
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Scouting May-June 1986
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