Parents in general are not familiar with all that Rangers has to offer. I see that specifically with my Discovery Ranger parents, their eyes gloss over when I start throwing out JTC, FCF and other acronyms we’re all so used to using. This is why we created the following flyers for you to give parents,…

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The National office put together an Outpost Leader Orientation program, a valuable tool for local outposts that will result in equipped leaders aligned with the vision of the ministry. The program serves as a quick introduction to Royal Rangers, guiding the new leader through onboarding and consists of 4 easy requirements to be completed by…

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This is an excerpt from an article that appeared on the National Rangers website on November 6, 2019. John Hicks writes: It has long been understood that boys need activity and learn best in an environment rich with hands-on activities and student participation. It is, therefore, essential that the weekly Royal Rangers meeting be a…

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Our website needs more pictures of Rangers doing Ranger things in church as well as at camp. And we’ll pay you $20 bucks if we use your picture. Of course, professional cameras give you the best results, but you can get nice pics with your cell phone too. This guy’s videos are very helpful (no…

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Article credit: Crazy Crow.  Take a look at their knife sharpening tools. I have also bought their knife blanks in the past. They’re relatively inexpensive and make a cool project as you add your custom handle and make a sheath for it. How to Sharpen a Knife The most difficult knife care task is said to be…

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CAMP WILDERNESS, Waupaca, WI – August 2016 Seth Hunt (15) spent two nights and three days in the woods with not much more than a knife, magnesium flint, a piece of foil, a couple of fish hooks and some plastic sheeting. He and twelve other teens attended Wilderness Survival Camp in August were they were…

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CAMP WILDERNESS, Waupaca, WI – October 2016 Staying awake all night on a comfy couch with snacks and a game consul is hard enough, but have you ever tried praying from dusk to dawn… alone in the wilderness… in the fall… with nothing but limited primitive gear to sustain you. This Vigil is the final…

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That’s right, Outpost 39 (Oak Creek AG) awarded nine out of the twelve Gold Medals of Achievement earned this year throughout our entire district at their annual medal ceremony held on November 9, 2016. We’re extremely proud of all 233 young men from our district that earned this prestigious award since it’s inception in 1964!…

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When George Kupfer called a meeting in late July for the newly-appointed district staff to plan the first ever Pow Wow at Spencer Lake Bible Camp, nobody could have imagined the blessing this initiative would bring. Sharon (Gene Morrison’s wife) and Dorothy Forrester, George’s work secretary at the time, expertly hand made the awards, Reverend…

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Gene Morrison started his rich history in Royal Rangers in 1962 and was quickly singled out by Johnny Barnes, who appointed him National Aid De Camp soon thereafter. By 1970 Gene attended his second National Training Camp (NTC) and was invited back the following year as an advisor. From there he served on NTC staff eight times either…

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