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  • Great Free Resource for Pottery, Pottery Wheel Throwing, Glazing, and Clay

    Just wanted to recommend a great new free resource with everything necessary for learning pottery relating to merit badges. http://www.pottery-on-the-wheel.com/make-your-own-pottery.html. I hope you find this useful. steve, March 15, 2011

    Steve, I have reviewed your website's privacy policy and found it acceptable to be listed here on MeritBadgeDotOrg, although it could use, er, "something" more directed towards Scouts, in particular. (See our "Criteria for acceptable external links" policy.) If you have not already done so, I highly encourage you to become a counselor the Pottery Merit Badge; and, while you're at it, the "Ceramics and Clay" badge for Girl Scouts, too. (Remember, Google™ is your friend. E.g., I found this: http://www.fireduppottery.com/girlscout.html.) And, lastly... absolutely, positively get the Merit Badge pamphlet. I can guarantee you, it'll give you some great insight, especially since you enjoy teaching.
    I'll courtesy copy this post to you in an e-mail. Contact me is you have any questions. —RWSmith (Bureaucrat), 13:33, March 16, 2011 (EDT)
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