Blackfoot 33 News

Graduation

posted Apr 11, 2011, 8:46 AM by Black Foot

Congratulations to all participants. You did a wonderful job and - speaking for all staff members - we are really glad you joined us on this 4 session journey to earn the coveted Blackfoot bolo.
We had a 100% graduation rate and we are really proud of all of your accomplishments.    Ta Ha Yule

Session 4

posted Apr 11, 2011, 8:32 AM by Black Foot   [ updated Apr 11, 2011, 8:51 AM ]

What a wonderful Blackfoot Scouting weekend. Yes, we had a few rain showers on Saturday afternoon, but nothing dampened the spirit of our 5 patrols.
Our Scoutmaster definitely enjoyed his tea ...

 
Click here to see more photos of Session 4!

Patrol Newsletters from Session 4

posted Apr 11, 2011, 8:28 AM by Black Foot

Here are links to the 2 patrol newsletters:

Web Challenge 4 - The Final Task

posted Mar 27, 2011, 8:13 AM by Black Foot

Here we are, almost ready for the final Blackfoot weekend.

Your Last Web Challenge is to create an email newsletter to your patrol in preparation of Session 4. You can make it as simple or elaborate as you like, include pictures, highlights of the previous session(s) and items to prepare for Session 4. 

You may want to pick a short article of this newsletter and email it to the Webmaster as your contribution to the final Blackfoot Reporter.

Email the newsletter to your patrol members and troop guides. 
Don't forget to send a copy to the Webmaster!!

Session 3 at Chief Logan a Blast

posted Mar 27, 2011, 7:55 AM by Black Foot

An Arctic Blast it was ...

Despite freezing temperatures we had a great weekend at the Chief Logan Reservation, learning Outdoor Skills at 10 stations. The sparkle of a campfire program and a moving flag retirement ceremony ended the very looooong day.




 

Know Your Knots

posted Mar 26, 2011, 6:04 AM by Black Foot

Here are great resources for learning your knots, complements of Kirk Riley.
Also here is a link to an animated Knot website (note: even an iPhone app available) This is a great site.
 
Here is a link with references to just about any kind of knot you might want to tie: http://www.earlham.edu/~peters/knotlink.htm

Web Challenge 2

posted Mar 20, 2011, 10:09 AM by Black Foot   [ updated Mar 20, 2011, 10:17 AM ]

Ready for a new Web Challenge?
 
Most of you go the first one correct. Some just did not recognize Sam Hite our Asst. Scoutmaster for Programs and Ceremonies.
 
Here's the Web Challenge for this week:
Find 3 Scouting related websites that you find most useful, valuable or interesting. They can't be on the Links page.
 
Email the URLs to the webmaster!
 
This is a patrol activity. No need for everyone in your patrol to complete it separately, although you may add more websites than 3, if you like.

Session 2 - Indoor Training Completed

posted Mar 20, 2011, 10:02 AM by Black Foot

As our Course Director, Jim Dvorsky, pointed out yesterday afternoon, everyone who completed session 2 also completed Scoutmaster leader specific training.
 
Now it's time to head outdoors to the Chief Logan Scout Reservation to brush up on Outdoor Skills.
 
Session 3 starts next Saturday with a full day of learning outdoor skills. This will be a looooong day. Dress for the weather, as you will be outdoors the whole day.
 
Here are the correct directions to the Chief Logan Reservation. Don't trust your car GPS on the last few miles as you leave Route 35.

Session 1 Photo Album

posted Mar 18, 2011, 7:11 PM by Black Foot   [ updated Mar 18, 2011, 7:16 PM ]

Click on this picture below to see our photos of session 1.
BF33 Session 1

Web Challenge 1

posted Mar 8, 2011, 7:16 PM by Black Foot   [ updated Mar 9, 2011, 3:03 PM ]

Here's your first Web Challenge and it's really easy:
  1. Go to the Blackfoot 33 Facebook page and "Like" it. Tell everyone in your patrol to do it.
  2. Email me your patrol song (text, audio or video) and the best picture you took of Blackfoot training or a patrol meeting, so far.
  3. Who are these 3 Blackfoot staff members?
 
Please send an email with your answers to the webmaster. Include how many of your fellow patrol members Liked us on Facebook.
 
Don't forget to write a short article for the Session 2 newsletter and email it to the webmaster. Pictures are welcome!

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