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Sarah

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  • Birthday March 23

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  1. Oh OK I had no clue. I just saw that it had the word Boat in it.
  2. "Members of the NAMBA and IMPBA RC boat racing clubs are helping to write a RC boat badge." from February 2019 Newsletter.
  3. Is there a way to edit a comment or post once it is commented/posted?
  4. Sarah

    Bake Sale

    OK thanks! Wouldn't want to violate any laws. πŸ˜„
  5. A bake sale is a great year to earn money for badges and troop expenses. Every year my troop does a Bake sale at our local Hunter Douglas. One of our girls father works at Hunter Douglas and has set this up every year for us. πŸ˜„ It is super fun and easy to do.
  6. Sarah

    Pinterest

    πŸ˜„ No problem! πŸ˜„
  7. That is a good idea.
  8. OK πŸ‘ πŸ˜„
  9. Yes I could get one of my parents to drive me. That is a good idea thanks.
  10. This is one of the requirements for the Butterfly level Life Skills achievement. It is cold out and not great for walking. I was wondering if I should just wait in till it is warm outside or if there is an alternative, but I also don't want to do less of a job because it is cold out. Your thoughts? "Demonstrate your ability to observe things around you. First, walk ΒΌ mile and try to remember how many cars you saw, what color they were, what type, where were they parked, etc. Walk it again and pay attention to the people you see. Were they male or female, what were they wearing how old were they, how tall, what color hair did they have, what color eyes, etc. Walk it a third time and observe the buildings. How many stories were they, how many doors and windows did each one have, what color was the main building, what color was the trim, did they pitched roofs or flat, etc. In times of war, crime, and emergencies, good observation skills become critical. To pass this requirement you do not need to have a perfect memory of everything you see. You DO need to understand the importance of observing things around you and how these details may be important in an emergency."
  11. Wow nice. Most of those were the last ones i worked on too.
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