Badge descriptions on scouts.ca

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Badge descriptions on scouts.ca

Post by scoutercj » Sun Sep 18, 2011 10:17 am

I noticed that with scouts.ca's latest update, that the badge descriptions for all sections disappeared. :( (Although it's nice to see the new badge designs there now.)

I was wondering if anyone out there knows if these descriptions are coming back on the current version of the website - as I found them very helpful to direct my families there as an additional resource (especially if a youth misplaced their book with the badge requirements in it).

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Re: Badge descriptions on scouts.ca

Post by scouterguider » Sun Sep 18, 2011 4:03 pm

Is This what you are looking for? http://wiki.scouts.ca/en/Main_Page

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Re: Badge descriptions on scouts.ca

Post by scoutercj » Fri Sep 23, 2011 10:58 am

Well, that is helpful scouterguider - thanks. I hadn't thought of the wiki as another source...

I noticed that the descriptions have since made their way back to scouts.ca - :D. What I like about them is that a youth and/or their parents can print out the exact page(s) from their book to carry around with them if needed.

I noticed that the Scouts section has the "Pioneer Scout" requirements, but wonder if the "Tenderpad" requirements for the Cub Scout section could be added too. I can't count the times I've been asked by parents and youth about where to find those requirements (other than continually directing them to their copy of The Cub Book).

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Re: Badge descriptions on scouts.ca

Post by Errol Feldman » Fri Sep 23, 2011 4:28 pm

It's also on wiki, just click on CUBS
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