The Patrol Leader’s Mission

“Get all the fun you can out of being a Patrol Leader! But remember that there’s much more to it than fun. Your greatest thrill as a leader will be your chance to turn an ordinary gang of boys into a real Patrol, to help five or six or seven fellows become good Scouts. Every […]

GreenBar Life

Hello! And thank you for reading ScoutingRediscovered! I wanted to make a brief, formal announcement of another Scouting project I have been working on this year with Scouter Clarke Green of ScoutmasterCG.com It is called “GreenBar Life”, and it is a running series of articles aimed at youth leaders in Scouting Troops. In this series, […]

The Boy-Man

[N.B. – Sorry for being a little scarce for the past couple of weeks! I’ve been working on a really cool project with Clarke Green of ScoutmasterCG.com. I’ll be announcing more about that soon! I will now be continuing my regular posting schedule of roughly once a week. Thank you all so much for your […]

From Boy Scout to Scout Leader

The End or the Beginning? Well, not too long ago, I turned 18. That means that I am 'officially' no longer a 'Boy Scout'. Wow! I can't believe how quickly time has flown! I joined when I was 13, and I still vividly remember so many of those early memories as if they were last […]

On Becoming an Eagle Scout

If you have been following this blog for a while, you will know that I have been working on my Eagle Project for quite some time now. I wrote about my project several times on here. Well, today I have the pleasure of making a happy announcement: This past Tuesday I went before my regional […]

New Scouts and the Patrol Method?

In order to keep a Scout Troop established along the lines of the Patrol Method and being Boy-led, it is important that new Scouts in the Troop are taught about the Patrol Method and know its importance and the responsibilities it requires of each Scout. Unfortunately, it isn’t as simple as having an “Introduction to […]