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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Home Page - Troop Activities
    How to Join Troop Newsletter Troop History Local Troops Scout History Scout Links Here are some photos of the campouts adventures and trips that the Boy Scouts and Scouters of Troop 389 have been participating in 2001 JAN Activities 2000

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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Organization
    Join Troop Newsletter Troop History Local Troops Scout History Scout Links Troop Scoutmaster Carl Hightower Troop Committee Chairman Jim Coffman Troop Advancement Robin Leming Troop Newsletter Editor Don Smith Boy Scouts Approximately 60 Patrols 11 Scouter s Approximately 58 Assistant Scoutmaster s 21 Committee Members 37 Our District Commissioner Lyn Trego Our District Executive TBD Our Charter Organization St John Cumberland Presbyterian Church 1986 Our Charter Organization Rep Randy Smith

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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Home Page - Troop Eagles
    o Kevin Kynch April 17 o Michael Leininger April 17 o Charles Kocurek Jr June 25 o Andrew Ott August 6 o Chris Coffman September 17 2000 o Josh Sawyer December 4 1999 o Sean Lynch January 4 o Ryan Newman January 4 o T Paul Lowrance March 29 1998 o Ryan Haygood March 23 o Michael Hightower March 23 o T J Carter July 13 o James Tarbutton September

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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Home Page - How to Join
    and fund raising necessary to help our troop go and support the final plans made by the Patrol Leader s Council All parents are invited to paticipate the Troop We encourage parents to consider a role in which they can best use their talents and skills i e Scoutmaster Assistant Scoutmaster Committee Chair Secretary Treasurer Fund raising Advancement Activities Chairs Transportation Merit Badge Counselors or as an assistant to one of these positions We have found that in most cases the Scouts who have parents who take an active role in the Troop s leadership are the Scouts who make a strong commitment to and get the most of their Scouting experience There are training classes to get you started from Fast Start to Scoutmaster Fundamentals North Star to more advanced Woodbadge training All of the current adults started out where you are so just jump right up and ask the Scoutmaster or Committee Chair how you can help Filling out the Troop Resource Survey is a good place to start Parents Shhhh don t tell the scouts but sometimes we have as much or more fun than the scouts do Top Information Dues Age Application Troop Dues and Fees Scouts Monthly Dues 5 00 YEARLY FEES Boy registration fee 7 00 Insurance premium 1 00 Adult Registration Fees 8 58 Optional Boys Life 9 00 Webelos transferring in Spring to Troop 1 00 Please note that part of these fees are prorated based on the month in which you join The yearly Dues are adjusted if you join during the last three months of the year Top Information Dues Age Application Age Requirements In order to join the Boy Scouts of America a boy must have completed the fifth grade or be 11 years old or has earned the

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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Home Page - Scout History
    asked if he could be of help You certainly can said Boyce He told the boy that he wanted to find a certain business office in the center of the city I ll take you there said the boy When they got to the destination Mr Boyce reached into his pocket for a tip But the boy stopped him No thank you sir I am a Scout I won t take anything for helping A Scout And what might that be asked Boyce The boy told the American about himself and about his brother scouts Boyce became very interested After finishing his errand he had the boy take him to the British Scouting office At the office Boyce met Lord Robert Baden Powell the famous British general who had founded the Scouting movement in Great Britain Boyce was so impressed with what he learned that he decided to bring Scouting home with him On February 8 1910 Boyce and a group of outstanding leaders founded the Boy Scouts of America From that day forth Scouts have celebrated February 8 as the birthday of Scouting in the United States What happened to the boy who helped Mr Boyce find his way

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  • Boy Scout Troop 389 Home Page - Scout Links
    Procedures How to Join Troop Newsletter Troop History Local Troops Scout History Scout Links Merit Badge Research Center Home Page Compass SCOUTER Home Page MacScouter Scouting Resources Online U S Scouting Service Project Home Page Yahoo Recreation Outdoors Scouting Boy

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  • Troop 389's 2004 Philmont Trek Home Page
    followed Itinerary 6 for 2004 and performed very well Thanks to all of the parents for getting their boys prepared with equipment and trusting them with us for a gruelling but very memorable 2 weeks at Philmont Scout Ranch in New Mexico We ll never forget the experiences and the views we all had for those two weeks Below are a few pictures from the trek for your viewing pleasure

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  • Firedocs Remote Viewing : The CRV Manual: PJ Gaenir on the posting of this document. Remote Viewing Firedocs Collection - PJ Gaenir's Archives. RV is esp extrasensory perception or psi psychic ability in a science or scientific protocol.
    methods or a newly named derivation of them when in fact the later methods presented range from not doing justice to the original to deeply offensive to the original form Most seriously overcharged the general public who really had no way of knowing the quality or lack thereof of what they were learning I thought if the original manual were available it would be immediately obvious just what has been changed and how and then students working on any method of RV can decide if those changes helped harmed or didn t matter 3 The strongest of all of my reasons is the continuing and truly frightening cultism associated with the remote viewing field The nature of the methods being a secret has been the primary sponsor and excuse for this to continue The doctrinization of the methods has created a belief system about them being a rigid end to themselves Groups and schools have for an inordinate amount of money usually recruited members of the public impressed by the military history of CRV and put them in an environment which amounts to little more than cult indoctrination and has nothing whatsoever to do with any aspect of CRV which inspired the public s potential respect I have spent quite a bit of personal time via email telephone and in person counseling individuals who had personal problems as a result of these various cults or simply bad training some from the paranoid nature of the groups some from psyche problems caused during a creative form of training better seen as hypnotic induction to bizarre belief systems and some simply dealing with issues that badly affected their RV abilities by putting their psychology in various cognitive dissonance situations It is more than unfair and more than just unethical it ought to be illegal The only way I have to combat this dangerous seduction of the public in the name of RV is to make the supposed secrets available to the public who should no longer have to risk their money or their sanity simply to find out what RV methods really are 4 To allow certain facets of remote viewing history development and methodology understanding to become more clear not only to RV students but to the general public Persons familiar with the developments in scientific parapsychology for instance will recognize that a good deal of the CRV methodology is based on the work of French researcher Rene Warcollier from the mid 1900 s it was certainly not invented in the 1980 s The CRV methods are better referred to as compiled Some may also recognize that many of CRV s most valuable components such as the communication issues are also fairly well known to parapsychologists and well educated psychics worldwide again most of these things were not invented in the 1980 s Ingo Swann being insightful and accomplished in this field recognized the value of many different sources and combined them in his methods this combination of sources is one of the strengths of his methods Not everybody is aware of this though and others who deserve credit are often overlooked in the assumption that Swann invented it all There are two main results of this understanding the first being to un guru ize Mr Swann who is a brilliant and dedicated psychic author and researcher who never asked to be made into a stone icon by the world at large for this there are a long list of reasons to respect him without projecting things he is not responsible for upon him Also hopefully to un guru ize other persons who may be teaching these methods which should help with reason 3 above The second result is the realization that since many of the most useful aspects of CRV are known to others and have in fact been known for longer periods than CRV itself has existed then these methods albeit very useful cannot claim sole expertise or sole competence when it comes to successful psi work The supposed superiority of anybody trained in RV methods vs natural psychics is a marketing and ego myth and nothing more 5 I feel that remote viewing particularly what it can be used for with what success and the value of methods training has been grossly misrepresented in the media Remote Viewing itself has very pronounced limitations To the public who knows nothing of the technology it sounds cosmic and one is forced to pay large sums of money to learn the secret methods just to figure out what is actually involved almost invariably with no evidence whatsoever of the value of the methods prior to paying for them In fact the main advertisements for RV are the notable accomplishment of a current remote viewer Joseph W McMoneagle who does not even USE these methods I think after reading this manual people will realize that CRV TRV all the other RVs are first and foremost just somebody s way of going about being psychic No method has even half the inferred accuracy sureness or cosmic clarity that various RV methods have been advertised as having I happen to have respect for CRV but I realize it is just one path of many As a side note this manual will also make clear the humorous ostentatiousness of the presentation of these methods facilitate a movement exercise means in effect someone told you to look some distance to the left Iterate the coordinates and acquire the signal line while remaining in structure translates to something like monitor says the target viewer tunes in and writes down his impressions on the right side of the paper It really is comical once you understand CRV to hear certain individuals in the media talking about RV methodologies making them sound so incredibly complicated and high tech it is a sales pitch used to obscure not clarify Personally I think remote viewing can only benefit from taking this sort of mystery out of the methods 6 The last

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