Around The Scouting Campfire #7

on July 6, 2009 in ATSC, podcast

It has been over a month since the last show so Buttons and I thought we better get one posted before you all think that we quit doing them. We have not. In fact, we have outlines for another three shows, and hope to write a few more while we are at summer camp this year.

During Around The Scouting Campfire #7 we find out that Buttons had a small problem during his scoutmaster conference for his Star Rank, and how he came up with the theme for this show which happens to be The Scout Law. Scoutmaster Steve then introduces us to a Scout Law song by the Croutons, and talks about Boy Scouts and adults who use bad language. During Buttons’ Corner we hear about one of the radical Scout’s first videos uploaded to Youtube. The show closes with Scoutmaster Steve sharing a story about being trustworthy from his 1950’s version of Scoutmaster’s Minute book.
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Show notes:

Buttons Talks About The Scout Law is show #6 of Melrose Scouting Productions Podcast.


One Response to “Around The Scouting Campfire #7”

  1. Anonymous says: is down, but you can find the The Croutons' The Scout Law at to listen online.

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