Are there any Beaver’s in the house?


 Back to Gilwell, happy land, I’m going to work my ticket, if I can.

I have realized that there is no life AFTER WOOD BADGE.  
Because of that, I have created my next ticket.

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Name:            Adam R. Cox                                                Date: July 12th, 2010
Scouting Position: Cub Master Pack 221 Pioneer District, Cascade Pacific Council
Personal Values include the following:  integrity, honesty, and understanding.
Personal Vision for Scouting is: Create fun through learning
Personal Mission to carry out my vision is to Create an environment that cubscouts, cub parents and scouters learn.
My NEW Five Goals (One must be diversity, one may be a goal including self-assement) to SMART-ly carry out my mission within the next 18 months are:
1)
What will be done?             A Hornaday Award Conservation Project.
Who will do it?                          60% of Pack 221 will participate as per the Hornaday Guidelines
Where will it be done?             Within the Den, Pack Meetings as well as within the home.
When will it be done?              By the end of June 2011
How will it be done?              Within the guidelines of the Hornaday Award
How will it be verified?             When requirements are met per award requirements.
Why will I do it?            To promote the understanding with that the Earth is our responsibility from what we take.
2)
What will be done?            Improve Skills of an Adult Scooter, to be prepared for emergences’
Who will do it?            Adam R. Cox Cub Master of Pack 221
Where will it be done?            Completion of CPR/First Aid/Wilderness First Aid/ ITOLS
When will it be done?            Throughout the year at Red Cross and CPCBSA Event, but by June 2011
How will it be done?            Taking classes
How will it be verified?            The issuing of certificates/acknowledgment by the Red Cross/CPCBSA
Why will I do it?            To become prepared for outings within Scouting and non-Scouting life.
3)
What will be done?            Nothing but Nets Service Project
Who will do it?            50% o Pack 221
Where will it be done?            During Pack sponsored events
When will it be done?            By June 2011
How will it be done?            Manual labor
How will it be verified?            The Den Leaders, Cub master will verify Requirements have been completed.
Why will I do it?            This project will physically save lives.  To show cub scouts how giving back helps others.
4)
What will be done?            To earn the Adult Religious Knot and to guide my son to his Youth Religious Knot
Who will do it?            Adam & Elliot Cox
Where will it be done?            Within a church setting or group or home based study as per the requirements
When will it be done?            By June 2010. 
How will it be done?            Per the guideline for the religious program. 
How will it be verified?           
Why will I do it?            The Bear Rank requires completion of either obtaining the knot or character connections.
5)
What will be done?            To earn the International Activity Badge
Who will do it?                        Pack 221
Where will it be done?            Pack Meetings, Pack Outings, Pack Overnights
When will it be done?            June 2010
How will it be done?            Holding workshops & outings with the pack.
How will it be verified?            Completion of four of 12 points.
Why will I do it?            The 23rd World Scout Jamboree is being held in Sweden in 2011.  This activity is to give Cubscouts a better knowledge that there are other scouts just like them having fun and learning the same skills.

About Adam R. Cox

Current Skyloo District Commissioner Current Skyloo District & Council Trainer Current Council Member at Large (Cascade Pacific Council) Former Tiger DL & CM of P221 in Pioneer District Former Skyloo District CS Roundtable Commissioner. Former Ast Council Commissioner for Commissioner Tools and Communication Former Pioneer District Training Chair WE1-492-09 Beaver W1-492-11 Bobwhite TG ASM Logistic W1-492-17-2
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2 Responses to Are there any Beaver’s in the house?

  1. Latter-day Scout says:

    I hope you don’t have beavers loose in your house.. 🙂

    Sorry – I’m an Antelope!

    Great ticket items, how’s your progress? When’s your goal for completing your ticket?

    I’m headed back to Gilwell this fall as a Troop Guide.. still need some work on my presentations..

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    • scouteradam says:

      I actually wrote another ticket for this year. I got beaded on March of this year. I figured that each year I need goals within Scouting.
      I did get asked to be a Troop Guide for this year’s Wood Badge, however I could not go due to prior commitments. Hopefully I will get asked for next year.

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