Boy Scout Tracker for Tenderfoot 2nd Class 1st Class

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September Tenderfoot Persona Fitness 10a - Push/Pull/Sit-ups/Run/Jump Tenderfoot 10b Improve in 10a Second Class 9a - Drug Prenvention Second Class 9b - 3 Rs of Personal Safety Second Class 10 - Earn and Save First Class 11 - Internet Safety October Tenderfoot Scout Spirit 7 - Oath, Law, Motto, Slogan Tenderfoot 8 - Patrol name, yell, flag Tenderfoot 13 - Demonstrate living Oath, & Law Second Class 11 - Demonstrate living Oath & Law First Class 10 - Invite a friend to scout activity First Class 12 - Demonstrate living Oath & Law November Tenderfoot Knots & Rope 4a - Whip/fuse rope Tenderfoot 4b - Two half hitches & Taut-Line Tenderfoot 4c - Use EDGE to teach knot First Class 7a - Lashing use / Tie Lashings First Class 7b - Lash camp gadget First Class 8a - Tie Bowline and use December Tenderfoot First Aid 12a - Heimlick Maneuver Tenderfoot 12b - Basic First Aid Second Class 7a - Hurry Cases Second Class 7b - Prepare First Aid Kit Second Class 7c - Demonstrate First Aid First Class 8b - Triangle Bandage First Class 8c - Transport person First Class 8d - Heart attack, CPR January Second Class Knife, Axe, & Fire 3c - Knife, Axe, & Saw Second Class 3d - Build Cooking Fire February Tenderfoot Citizenship 6 - Raise, lower, fold flag Second Class 4 - Flag Ceremony Second Class 5 - Service Contract First Class 5 - Constitution and Citizenship March Tenderfoot Nature 11- Poisonus Plants Second Class 5 - Ten wild animals First Class 6 - Ten native plants April Tenderfoot Camping 1 - Dress/packed for…...

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