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EXPECTATIONS

You will have the opportunity to join with other Scouters to learn, share ideas, discuss challenges and locate resources. Attendees form new and lasting friendships during their Wood Badge experiences, as the spirit of Scouting spreads. For six days you will learn and apply the principles of leadership using the aims and methods of Scouting. You will live and work in the outdoors with fellow Scouters under the guidance an experienced Wood Badge Staff.

OUTCOMES

As the six day practical portion of the program draws to a close you will set some personal goals to practice your new knowledge and skills. In meeting your goals, you will strengthen both yourself and Scouting. You will have 18 months to reach these goals. By practicing your new knowledge and skills you will become a more effective leader. In addition to your own personal growth, the Scouts you serve will benefit most from your developmental commitment.

William P. Shea
Home: 860-344.9036
E-mail: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

Course is hosted by
Connecticut Rivers Council, BSA
60 Darlin Street, P.0. Box 280098
East Hartford, CT 06128-0098
800-414-2433, ext 222

2015 Weekend Course

April 17, 18, & 19
Interim Patrol Meeting
May 15, 16, & 17

J.N. Webster Scout Reservation
231 Ashford Road
Ashford, CT 06278

J.N. Webster on the web

Course Brochure is coming soon

COURSE FEES: To Be Determined Soon

An Early Bird Discount will apply if paid in full by

January 31, 2015

Includes food and all course materials

Please do not send money until you receive the course invitation and registration form.