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  News Blast - August 29, 2016  


 Council Wide Announcements & Calendar 

Trading Post News 

Camping season is still in full swing!  Come in to the Kokomo Trading Post today and see our new camping section. You'll find great prices on Coleman tents, LED Lanterns, Kelty Sleeping Bags and more.  Hurry in today - at these prices they won't be in stock for long!

Council Fall Camporee Sept. 9-11 at Cary Camp
Hands On Emergency Service Activities

Find details and register by troop through CampMaster.  Registration fee is $12 per person. Saturday morning there will be 10 exciting round robin stations operated by Fire Dept., EMS teams, DNR, and Police. There will be a birthday cake cracker barrel celebrating Cary Camp's 90th birthday.  Units will provide their own meals.

Access detailed Fall Council Camporee Parent/Leader Handbook

Meet the Troops Event Sept. 16-18 at Cary Camp

This event Sept. 16-18 at Cary Camp is a joint campout between Boy Scout troops and Webelos dens. Webelos 1's and 2's are invited. The Webelos will camp with a troop, and during the daytime, each Webelos den will rotate among the different Boy Scout troops from their area. Each troop will put on a demonstration of Scouting activities and the things that make that troop unique.

Find details and register by unit through CampMaster.  Registration deadline is September 9th. Registration fee is $22 per Webelos Scout, Boy Scout or adult leader.

Access Meet the Troops Parent/Leader Handbook

Eagle Scouts Cycling Across America Event
June 11 - August 17, 2018

This event will present Scouts, Scouters, Friends of Scouting, etc. to participate in a once in a lifetime event:  Eagle Scouts Cycling Across America (ESCAA), a 4,200 mile cycling adventure covering 15 states in 65 days from Seattle, Washington to Fredericksburg, Virginia. Scouts from across the country are invited to help this group raise awareness about the epidemic of childhood obesity plaguing our country. Participants will become "A Floating Jamboree" of Eagle Scouts serving as "Ambassadors" of the Scouting program. 

You can access more information at

If you are interested, contact the event coordinator Bruce White at

It's Not Too Late - Join Us at the Lafayette 
Good Scout Luncheon 
to Honor Mayor Roswarski

       Tuesday, September 13, 2016 
       12:00 to 1:00 with 11:30 Gathering 
       Marriott Courtyard, Lafayette IN

Be Prepared....Save this Date!

Saturday, November 12, 2016
University of Scouting, Fall Semester
Purdue University - West Lafayette IN

Merit Badge Choices & Adult Trainings List Coming Soon

Message from Jacob Wall
With the Fall Recruitment in full swing, we are all preparing for a new year of Scouting!  Ask yourself, is your unit all set with a full 2017 program plan and budget in place? If the answer to that is no, I am here to help! My name is Jacob Wall, and I am a new executive here with the Sagamore Council as of June 1st. My official title is New Unit and Retention Executive, but I have all the skills and resources to help your unit devise and execute your end of 2016 through 2017 program plan and budget. I can help you find fun things for your units to do, recommend council sponsored events, and help you calculate costs, and even tell you the exact amount of funds you need to raise in order to fully operate your budget!

If you or your unit need help with any of the aforementioned things, please let me help you!  You can contact me at the office at 765-452-8253. If I don't answer, please leave me a voicemail and I will return your call. My council email is I check it everyday, so you can expect a reasonably timely response. You may also reach me via my cell phone, 765-461-1778.  I'm available for calls and texts before 8:30 PM. 


The Popcorn season is underway with Show and Sell orders that were placed in mid August. If your unit wanted to participate and missed out, please contact Sherry and arrangements will be made.

Have you scheduled your unit Popcorn Kick Off?  If not, it's time to do so. Make it fun and exciting! Engage your families to participate, ask moms and dads to play customers while doing sales skits with your Scouts.  Let the parents see that it's more than just a fundraiser! Use this opportunity to mentor and teach your Scouts how to interact with people and learn interpersonal communication skills that will benefit them both now and in the future!

Council Popcorn Kick Off's are scheduled - Mark your calendars:

Tuesday, September 6th
North Star Popcorn Kick Off, Camp Buffalo

Wednesday, September 7th
Peshewa Popcorn Kick Off, 4-H Fairgrounds, Greentown

Thursday, September 8th
Wabash Valley Popcorn Kick Off, Cary Camp

There is a 30 minute presentation on product line up, commission structure and incentives followed by 5 training sessions:  Incentivizing, Show and Sell/Show and deliver, Salesmanship, Popcorn Kick Off's and SWOT (Strengths, Weaknesses, Opportunities and Threats).

You can choose to attend or if you've been a long time kernel and know the popcorn sale well, you may depart. Show and Sell popcorn will be distributed as your unit departs so don't forget to come prepared to transport your popcorn!

Popcorn return date is October 14th so be sure to mark your calendars. Sagamore Council has worked very hard to make this a no risk sale to units but deadlines have to be met!

Camp Cards

I know we are just entering popcorn season, but if your unit would like to see specific vendors or if you personally have a contact for a vendor that you would like to see on our 2017 Camp Cards, please contact Sherry. I will be working very hard in the later part of 2016 to establish our Camp Card vendors, but I need your help with local businesses! Due to you all being local to the areas where you live, you have greater influence than I do, not living in the area and being recognized. So if you would like to make an ask or schedule a time when we could make an ask together, I would embrace the opportunity to make your spring fundraiser even more successful!  More details will be available in the coming months...

Terry Beasy Memorial Shoot at Camp Buffalo

Saturday, September 17, 2016 at 2:00 PM ET 


Activities will include Sporting Clays Course, Dinner, Auction, Boy Scout Father & Son Competition, Trap Shoot, and some cash prizes.  Minimum age is 11 years old. There are no membership requirements for shooters 18 and over. All proceeds will go to support Camp Buffalo.  Advanced registration is preferred.




Trading Post in Kokomo Will Have Extended Hours on Tuesdays & Thursdays during September


During the month of September only, the Kokomo Trading Post hours on Tuesdays and Thursdays will be 9 AM to 6 PM. On Mondays, Wednesday, and Friday, the hours will remain 9 AM to 5 PM.

Cary Camp Trading Post Fall Hours
Below is the schedule for the Cary Camp Trading Post this fall:  You may reach Adam at the Trading Post via email at: or by phone at 567-644-1087.
Monday 3:30 PM - 8:00 PM 
Tuesday 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM  
Wednesday 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM  
Thursday 8:00 AM - 10:00 AM  
Friday 4:30 PM - 8:00 PM  
Saturday 9:00 AM - Noon  

Paul Birkhimer High Adventure Scholarship 

The Paul Birkhimer High Adventure Scholarship Fund has been established in honor of Paul Birkhimer and the positive impact that the Boy Scouts of America had on his life. It was Paul's wish to establish a scholarship that would encourage Scouts to attend one of the Boy Scouts of America High Adventure Camps. These camps (Florida  Sea Base in the Keys, Northern Tier in Minnesota, Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico, and the Summit Bechtel Reserve in West Virginia) all provide experiences that foster development in character, leadership, and perseverance.

Applications must be submitted to the Sagamore Council office by October 21, 2016, and a minimum of one scholarship will be awarded on November 18, 2016. This scholarship will consist of $500 for costs and fees to be paid directly to the appropriate High Adventure Base along with a $100 equipment credit for the recipient at the appropriate base camp store.  


2017 National Jamboree

July 19-28, 2017 at the BSA Summit  Bechtel Reserve, West Virginia

Access New Council Registration Form for 2017 Jamboree Effective July 22, 2016

(New Council Registration Form contains new payment schedule.)

Access 2017 National Jamboree Information

Adult Leader Application 2017 National Jamboree

2017 National Scout Jamboree Patches are Now Available!
Call the Kokomo Trading Post (765-452-8253) to purchase:

2017 National Scout Jamboree
Sagamore Council Strip
$10 Each

Full Set 2017 National Scout Jamboree Sagamore Council Patches
$50 Per Set

Is Advancement Important?

"The spirit is there in every boy; it has to be discovered and brought to light." Lord Baden Powell.

Are we keeping our Promise? We promised them what is in the Boy Scout Handbook, four hundred and eighty pages of opportunity.  Advancement is not so much what is on paper, but a measure of growth in our boys.  If we are helping to mold boys, they should grow.  Rank advancement encourages the Scout to increase his skills and provides the opportunity to learn new skills and experience new adventures. As he learns, he grows in his ability to do his part in the patrol and the Troop.  Those experiences help open the door to his future.

Boys are faced with many opportunities these days.  In order to keep them interested in Boy Scouting, they should be encouraged to set goals and work toward that end. When they have reached a goal, it is important that they are recognized.  Once that recognition is made, he is encouraged to set the next goal. If there is no recognition, then it will seem to the boy that advancement isn't that important.

Our jobs as leaders are to encourage advancement and to report that advancement to the Council on a timely basis.  Steady advancement shows that we have strong programs that are living up to the Promise.
While advancement is important to the health of a unit and the Scouting program, more importantly, it is a sign of growth in our boys. That is why we do what we do.  Thank you for helping shape our future through our Boy Scouts.

Marketing Minute

It's not too late to share your day camp, adventure camp or summer camp photos with us on Facebook, via Twitter, or if not with us, in your local newspapers!  Tell your stories about summer camp and be sure to thank any sponsors and/or your community who helped get your unit to camp. Had those same people not purchased popcorn to support your unit, would you be there?

Cub Haunted Weekend Family Camp

October 21-22  or  October 22-23 at Cary Camp
Register & Arrive by Unit 
Fun carnival atmosphere entire families will enjoy including haunted house, hayrides, games, and a campfire.

Access printable Cub Haunted Weekend event flyer

Register and find additional CampMaster website.  Questions?  Call 765-452-8253 or 800-844-0537.

Investment in Character Quarterly Report

Access Sagamore Council's 2nd Quarter (April 1 - June 30) Investment in CharacterQuarterly Report here.

Eagle Life Statement

Are you, or someone you know, preparing for your Eagle Scout Board of Review? One of the trickiest requirements is what's commonly referred to as the Eagle Life Statement.  This requirement results in a wide variety of letters as you can imagine! Volunteers in charge of advancement on the district and council levels, along with staff, have developed a set of guidelines to help you produce the best possible letter. It reads as a rubric for a paper, a familiar item for many boys in school that should be relateable. The Letter Of Ambition Guidelines are available here.

2017 National Jamboree Band Seeks Members

The National Scout Jamboree Band is now forming and is looking for Scout musicians. The staff band plays at ceremonies, events, concerts, arena shows, and entertains the many thousands of Scouts and visitors to the 19th National Jamboree July 19 - 28, 2017  at the Summit in West Virginia. Repertoire includes popular and patriotic music, marches, and pep band tunes. Scout/musicians who can double on set, guitar, bass and keyboard are needed for the 16 piece jazz band and Tower of Power style rock band.  Scouts need to play at a high school level or better. All registered Scouts, male or female Explorers and Venture Scouts ages 16 - 25 may apply.  Adults (26 and up) may apply, however initial preference will go to youth staff. Cost is a bargain at $425 for youth staff.

For information about the band and how to apply, please visit or email the director George.Pinchock.

CampMaster Event Registration Tips

Keep in mind that you must increase your commitment number(s) before you can enter additional participants. Fees are calculated using the commitment numbers for your reservation.

Scouting for Food 2016   
This year the date for Scouting for Food is being left up to units. You can have your food drive when it best fits into your calendar and benefits most the food bank your unit supports. We need each unit to fill out a request form for bags and stickers. Once your unit has completed its food drive, it is very important that you complete the Scouting for Food report. The sponsor of this program wants to know how many Scouts and Scouters participate, the amount of time they give, and the amount of food collected. Whether your unit has its food drive in the spring, summer, or fall, what matters is that we as Scouts are serving those who need assistance.

Unit Commitment Form for Scouting for Food 2016

Food Collection Reporting Form for Scouting for Food 2016

Reporting Unit Service Project Hours

It is easy to report your unit's service hours.  Simply:
Click on this link and provide 1)  your unit number, 2)  the number of individuals who participated, and 3)  a brief description of the service project.  If your unit is not participating in service projects, click here to access service project suggestions and explore the advantages of doing service projects.

Subscribe to Council Text Alert Program

Scouts, parents and volunteers may subscribe to receive text alert messages via their cell phones from Sagamore Council. Individuals who subscribe to this free service will stay informed about weather-related event information, last minute updates to event details, and occasionally, important Scouting program reminders. Whatever texting plan each individual has on his or her phone will apply.

To Subscribe:

Text SAGAMORE to the 84483 to receive alerts from  Boy Scouts of America, Sagamore Council.

Text PESHEWA to 84483 to receive Peshewa District alerts from Boy Scouts of America, Sagamore Council.

Text NORTHSTAR to 84483 to receive North Star District alerts from Boy Scouts of America, Sagamore Council.

Text WABASHVALLEY to 84483 to receive Wabash Valley alerts from Boy Scouts of America, Sagamore Council.


            SEPTEMBER 2016 

The Kokomo Trading Post will stay open till 6 PM on Tuesdays & Thursdays during September only.

3 - 5
Office & Camps Closed for Labor Day Weekend
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Council Take Order Popcorn Sale Begins
Council Fall Camporee at Cary Camp
OA Lodge Meeting at Cary Camp
Marketing Committee - Cary Camp Dining Hall - 7 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
16-18Webelos Meet the Troops - Cary Camp
Terry Beasy Memorial Shoot - Camp Buffalo

Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM
Kokomo Trading Post Open Till 6 PM

            OCTOBER 2016 
Columbus Day - Office Closed
Executive Board Meeting 6:30 PM - Camp Buffalo
Popcorn Show & Sell Product Return
Popcorn Unit Orders Due Online by 5 PM
Cub Scout Haunted Weekend Sess. 1 at Cary Camp
Cub Scout Haunted Weekend Sess. 2 at Cary Camp

View Full Council Google Calendar


(The Council Google calendar includes both council and district events, meetings and roundtables in addition to Council events.)   



 Wabash Valley District Announcements



Wabash Valley District Contacts:


    District Team Lead - Dylan Melling  765-639-4398

    District Executive - Mitchell Ahnert  765-469-3197 

    District Commissioner - Dirk Hilt  765-418-6278

    District Chairman - Mike Boebinger  217-313-7688  


Wabash Valley serves Benton, Carroll, Tippecanoe,

Warren & Northern Fountain Counties 


Fall Into Scouting September 24th

All Cub packs should have September 24th saved on their calendars for Fall Into Scouting! This is a one-day event that will have unit registration and payment via CampMaster.  Families/Scouts who want to attend should make sure their leader gets them registered. Packs are encouraged to camp overnight if they wish to do so.  Packs must reserve a campsite in order to camp overnight - call the office at 765-452-8253 to reserve a site, then submit a completed camp usage permit and pay separately for camping.  (Camp usage fee is $10 per night for a campsite and $1 per person access fee, but this must be paid via the office, not via CampMaster.)  Registration is $8 per Scout for the Fall Into Scouting event only, which will include a patch, lunch, and activities. Adults and siblings may register for $2 each which will include lunch. These guests may purchase a patch for an additional $5.

Fall into Scouting will begin with check-in at 8 AM and flag ceremony at 8:45 AM, and activities will start at 9. Check-in will be done by unit, so Scouts will need to find their Cub leaders in the parking lot. All attendees need to bring a completed BSA Annual Health History Form Parts A and B  with them to the event. Activities will include shooting sports, a craft, Scout skills, games, nature, and a rocket blast for new Scouts! Scouts will enjoy the activities up until a closing campfire before dinner. Registration for Fall Into Scouting will open on September 1st on CampmasterALL attendees must be registered via CampMaster website by 5 PM on September 20th.

Eagle Project Guidelines
Life Scouts should email Chad Sprinkles, the District Life to Eagle Coordinator, for Eagle Project approvals.  He is available at Roundtable, which is the second Tuesday of every other month at 
Trinity United Methodist Church in Lafayette at 7 PM.
Access Eagle Project Guidelines

2016-2017 Calendar and Program Information

If you haven't had the chance to take a look at the District Information Page on the Sagamore Council Website, there is plenty of information on the calendar for the upcoming year of Scouting already available! Program information, dates, deadlines, and more are already available on this website. We hope that it is a helpful resource as you plan your upcoming calendar and look towards the next big adventure in Scouting!

Cub Scout Shoot Out

Packs should have the Cub Scout Shoot Out saved on their calendars! This exciting event will take place at Cary Camp on November 5th. For $5 early bird fee your Cub Scout can have either a full morning or afternoon of fun on the shooting sports ranges! They'll shoot BB Guns, Archery, and Slingshots. Space is limited to help ensure the youth wait the least amount of time. Registration will open on
Attention Plastic Model Car Builders!
WANTED: Plastic model builders of all ages and skill levels.  The Lafayette Miniature Car Club is once again hosting a model car contest in the Lafayette area.  When: Saturday August 20, 2016, Where: Community Reformed Church at 18th St and Iroquois (Lafayette, IN), Time: 9AM~3PM.  We will have 14 contest categories (including two youth classes for novice and junior) and 10 "Best Of..." awards.  Not wanting to enter any models?  Come check out what others have built and learn new tips and techniques from other modelers.  Numerous vendors will be selling models kits, die cast cars, books, old build ups, and modeling supplies.  We are also planning to have a large quantity of raffle prizes. Food for sale provided by the church's youth group.

Lafayette Miniature Car Club Contest Flyer    


 Peshewa District Announcements



 Peshewa District Contacts: 


     District Team Lead - Daniel Carbaugh - 765-480-3716

     District Executive - Chris Crow - 757-952-4341 

     District Commissioner - Don Harper - 765-860-4474

     District Chairman - Nick Pate  


Peshewa District serves Blackford, Grant, Howard, Miami 

 and Wabash Counties 


Welcome to Scouting September 24-25

This is a family camping weekend event at Bass and Bucks in Wabash. The Scouts will be able to do BB's, Archery, Slingshots, and Rocket Launches. There will a night hike and campfire in the evening.
We will have both a dinner in the evening and a pancake breakfast in the morning. This is an overnight camp-out. Cub Scouts may participate.

Cost: $12.50 by the the Sept. 17 early bird deadline
         $20.00  after Sept. 17.

This event will run from the September 24-25. Units can arrive to setup campsites at 1:30 PM. Sites will be marked with a sign and spray painted zone to define campsites. Check-in will begin at 2:00 PM and it will be done by unit. NO INDIVIDUAL CHECK-IN. Events will begin at 3:00 PM on Saturday September 24th.

Popcorn Kickoff

Popcorn kickoff will be Wednesday, September 7th at the Howard County 4-H Fairgrounds in Greentown at 7:00 PM. All units' popcorn Kernels will need to attend. It's vital to the success of your unit's sale that you be present. In order to make sure you have the best year possible and provide the best quality program regardless of cost, its important that you attend so that your unit's fundraising gets kicked off successfully.


Don't forget that recharter opens on October 1st, and you can get started early.


District Training

Leader Specifics Training for Cub Scouts will be:
   September 24th at Welcome to Scouting in Wabash
   October 5 in Marion 
   October 15 at the Kokomo Scout Office 
   October 25 in Peru

More information on these trainings is available on the website under the Peshewa District program kickoff packet. For more information, contact Chris Snyder at


Eagle Boards and Eagle Projects

For the Peshewa District, the following individuals do project approvals:

Gary Wood covers Grant and Wabash Counties

Kathy Gohmann Covers Wabash County

Lee White will be covering Howard and Miami Counties   
Kathy and Gary are available when needed for project approval. Lee will be at every Roundtable to do Eagle Scout Project approval. All Scouts will be expected to do a face to face meeting for their project approval.  
Once Scouts have their approval, then they complete their project, workbook, and other requirements. Then they turn the materials in to the office. When it's completed, the District will set up the Board for the Scouts.

Howard and Miami Counties Eagle Board is on the second Tuesday of a month at IU Kokomo, and the Board will be chaired by Dr. Giesecke. There are times when the date will vary slightly, based on the chancellor's schedule.     
Grant and Wabash County Boards will be scheduled as needed, and President of Ivy tech in Marion, Dr. Huskey will chair the Eagle boards for this area. This Eagle Board will be scheduled as needed when Scouts are ready for their Eagle Boards.                 
Peshewa District Eagle Scouts:
Dillon Embry
Troop 433
Aaron Hall
Troop 401
Christopher Pavey
Troop 498


 North Star District Announcements



 North Star District Contacts: 


     District Executive - Jason Revord - 765-418-7381 

     District Commissioner - Michael Carbaugh     

     District Chairman -  Tony Schroeder    


North Star District serves Cass, Fulton, Jasper, Newton, Pulaski & White Counties 


North Star District News

We would like to thank the following Community Partners for the following merit badge sponsorships.  If your business or civic organization would like to participate in our merit badge sponsorship program contact Jason Revord at 765-418-7381.
  • Logansport Rotary Club - Citizenship in the World
  • Cole Hardwood (Logansport) - Woodworking Merit Badge
  • Hillcrest Dental (Rensselaer) - Dentistry
  • Declaration Dental (Monticello) Dentistry
The next Roundtable will be held on October 8th from 10 AM to 2 PM at Camp Buffalo and will include classes for leadership specifics including Den Leaders, Cubmasters, Scoutmasters and Assistant Scoutmasters, and Cub Scout Committee Members.

The next Eagle Board of review is scheduled for Monday, September 12th at the Logansport Airport.  To be scheduled for this board, an applicant must have his Eagle Workbook submitted and approved by the council office no later than September 1st.

Welcome to Scouting Weekend is fast approaching and the district team is excited about this year's Cowboy theme.  Activities include Archery, BBs, Slingshot, a petting zoo, crafting wooden horses, cowboy games such as a potato sack race and lassoing, horse shoe toss tournament, fishing and we will be closing with a cattle raid game!  Adults, we haven't forget you - the menu will include a Chuck Wagon Breakfast, Chili on the range, and for dinner we will be making gourmet BBQ Bacon Cowboy Burgers.  This is shaping up to be our best Welcome to Scouting ever; I hope to see you all there! Registration will begin at Camp Buffalo on Friday, September 23rd at 5 pm, and activities will run all day Saturday with a church service Sunday morning prior to closing ceremony.


 Takachsin Lodge - Order of the Arrow



Order of the Arrow Takachsin Lodge Contacts:


    Lodge Chief - Nathan DeMien

    Lodge Advisor - Steve Bowman 

    Staff Advisor - Chas Triplett  


Arrowmen of Takachsin Lodge:  


Please join us for the 2016 OA Fall Fun Fellowship

at Camp Buffalo

November 18-20, 2016

Registration is available online through CampMaster


Announcing the 2016 Buffalo Games:  We will be conducting our Fall Fun Fellowship with a "Hunger Games" theme. There will be opportunities for the Arrowmen to show off their skills at knife and axe throwing, archery, pit of doom, and many other events. Those Arrowmen proving great skill in an event will receive rewards. Come prepared and may the odds be ever in your favor!







Training Contacts:


    North Star District Training Chair - Vacant    

    North Star District Outdoor Leader Skills - Scott Grandstaff 

    North Star District Youth Protection - Mike Richardson 


    Peshewa District Training Chair -  Chris Snyder    


    Wabash Valley District Training Chair - Ann Harding 


    Council Training Chair -  Denise Chauret 


    Council Training Staff Advisor - Chas Triplett     




Intro to Outdoor Leader Skills Training 


     When:    November 4 - 6, 2016   

     Where:   Cary Camp - Lafayette IN

     Cost:      $40


A minimum of 12 participants are needed to hold this training.
This course will also cover BALOO & Webelos Leaders OWLS.
For more information contact Scott Grandstaff via email or by phone at 574-721-5314.



Online Youth Protection Training Info.


To provide the safest possible environment for Scouts and Scouting volunteers, the Boy Scouts of America requires Youth Protection Training for all adults registered with the Boy Scouts of America.  Youth Protection Training needs to be renewed every two years. It is easy to access and complete this training online - see link below.

Access Youth Protection Online Training Info.




Wood Badge 2016 Course:



LaSalle Council Course #: C6-165-16


Weekend #1       September 16-18      Camp Tamarack 

Weekend #2       Oct. 7-9                   Camp Topenebee


Cost:  $245  (Includes 6 days of training)

Fee includes camp fees, meals, course materials and Wood Badge recognition items.



Contact Ed Witte, Course Director, via email or at 219-616-6252.   


Access more course details here.  



Access Sagamore Council Wood Badge Scholarship Application   



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