They also find out about specific issues which affect their local area. They think up ways they can help and present their ideas to the Pack Committee and work on the service project they designed and planned.
I really love this adventure, because it shows these second-graders that even they can make a big difference in the world.
The Council Fire adventure requirements are listed below:
Wolf Adventure: Council Fire
I love looking at the progression through the ranks... how the responsibilities grow with the boys. These are the rites of passage I think that so many young boys need as they grow into young men.
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