scoutcraft


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scoutcraft

(ˈskaʊtˌkrɑːft)
n
the skills of a scout
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It bursts with information, featuring chapters on Scoutcraft; Woodcraft; Campcraft; Tracks, Trailing, and Signaling; Health and Endurance; Chivalry; First Aid and Life Saving; Games and Athletic Standards; and Patriotism and Citizenship.
CUTLINE: Boy Scouts participate in a "Scoutcraft" session at Treasure Valley a few weeks ago.
Willesgar jerked a thumb vaguely in their scoutcraft's direction of travel.
The dissents turned in part on the notion that the Boy Scouts does not associate for the purpose of advocating a view on homosexuality.(192) Although the dissenters presumably would have no trouble concluding that the Scouts associate for training in "scoutcraft, ...
Ethical members of the BSA should be outraged to know that an organization established to teach Scoutcraft is condoning ostracism and bigotry