The 12 Days of a Scout Christmas has become one of our favorite traditions on the Voice of Scouting, and we hope you will visit every day, beginning Friday, Dec 14, to find inspiring Christmas messages based on doing a good turn daily.

We invite you to share these daily messages as special Christmas Scoutmaster minutes, campfire devotionals, or in weekly meetings. Perhaps a special Scouter in your life would appreciate a nice Christmas message from a friend. Or, perhaps you will be inspired to follow the examples we will give of how to do a good turn every day leading up to Christmas.

For Scouts who celebrate other winter holidays, check back on the Voice of Scouting for Scouting messages on those celebrated days. For example, you can learn all about ways to celebrate Hanukkah here. 

Read last Year’s 2017 Twelve Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Trustworthy—12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Loyal-12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Helpful — 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Friendly – 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout Is Courteous—12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Kind – 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Obedient – 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Cheerful – 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Thrifty — 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Brave — 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Clean — 12 Days of Scout Christmas

A Scout is Reverent -12 Days of Scout Christmas

 

We hope you will join us in celebrating and sharing the 12 Days of a Scout Christmas. Together, we, as Scouts (and all of us), can take part in the giving season by giving the gift of doing a good turn daily to those around us.

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Madison Austin
studies Public Relations at Brigham Young University and is a marketing specialist at the Utah National Parks Council. She is an avid hiker and enjoys being outdoors. Growing up in the mountainous regions of Colorado and Virginia enabled her to follow these passions. After moving to Utah to attend college, she has spent her time fostering both a career in Communications and a love for Utah's National Parks.

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