Talk:Cub Scout Hiking
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Cub Scout Hiking worksheet
The PDF document referenced in this article is named "Cub Scout Hiking.pdf", but the text of the document contains Flag Football worksheet. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Victorgress (talk • contribs) 17:21, March 16, 2010. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)
- I have e-mailed the author of the worksheet(s) and asked him for an update, if possible. Thanks for bringing it to our attention. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 18:46, March 17, 2010 (EDT)
- It's now the end of Feb of 2011, and the Workbook link is still going to Flag Football. Can we get it fixed? Should just be changing a link. Vulture in okc 09:59, February 25, 2011 (EST)
- Yes, I agree; this should have been done by now. There is still no Cub Scout Hiking worksheet here. (USScouts.org doesn't have one, either.) Admittedly, this promptly fell off my radar once I contacted Milominderbinder2, who has been our worksheets "guru".
- NOTE: Any user may create (or improve) any worksheet (in MS Word, OpenOffice, or any other editable format), send it to me and I'll convert it to PDF and upload it here. If you'd like to help out with this, please let me know.
Pin requirements incorrect
Possible typo: According to the 2010 edition (2nd printing) of the Academics and Sports Program Guide, (I have the hard copy in front of me and have confirmed with BSA that it is the most recent release as of 1st quarter 2011), the Hiking pin requirements are 5 of 11, not 6 of 11. —Preceding unsigned comment added by Symphonitron (talk • contribs) May 4, 2011. (Please, sign and date your posts on talk pages.)