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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