Re: [Scoutradio] New to this
At our JOTA in Brevard County FL I plan to have the boys in my son's Cub
Pack do as much talking as they want to. I would say a little bit of
demonstration and as much hands-on as they can handle.
Mark Flanagan wrote:
> I've been a HAM for about 7 yrs and am an Eagke Scout who has recently
> returned to Scouting with my son. I would love to operate HF portable
> my son's troop's camping trips. What is the proper balance between
> demonstration and hands-on to get the boys interested in doing more,
> such as
> the merit badge or earning a HAM ticket?
> Mark, K1MKF
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