Connecting the dots of Scouting: activities and people. Keep making #ScoutingConnections.
Character-driven TV shows like Lost slowly reveal the ways in which these seemingly disparate people have actually been connected all along.
And as Rachel Eddowes (third from the right in the photo above) recently discovered, the same is true in Scouting.
Perhaps the person with whom you taught a merit badge class served on Wood Badge staff with someone you know from volunteering at an OA ordeal weekend. The possibilities are endless.
Rachel, a supremely active Venturer, five-time National Advanced Youth Leadership Experience (NAYLE) staffer and student at George Mason University recently decided to illustrate how the Scouting “characters” in her life know one another.
(Case in point: Though I’ve never met Rachel, my dad knows her from NAYLE.)
“Creating such a map was something I had wanted to do anyway — not with TV show characters, but with people I have met over the years through Scouting,” Rachel says. “I’ve had the wonderful opportunity to staff four NAYLE courses out at Philmont…
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