“What you won’t do for Scouting,” said Felice Clements. She personally takes her own advice seriously, purchasing a hundred pound bag of plaster just to design neckerchief slides for Cub Scout. This will produce hundreds and hundreds of slides. 

Why? Cub Scouts love neckerchief slides, and they deserve to have the best experience in Scouting.

From concrete plaster to neckerchief, here are the steps for creating neckerchief slides for your Cub Scout den:

 

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Michelle Carpenter

is a reporter for the Voice of Scouting and a marketing associate for The Utah National Parks Council. Her father, husband, and brother are all Eagle Scouts, so she firmly believes some of the best men did Scouting.

2 comments

  1. VaLayne Ostler says:

    Not sure how to get a hold of you. You can delete this post, but could you change the “tag” from Akeela’s Council to Akela’s Council? Thanks so much! Thanks for reposting the video!!

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