Sunday, May 20, 2007

John Grossbohlin sent me these photos of a scout project he designed for his sons' Cub Scout Den. The tool totes are useful objects that the kids will use for many years. The experience and confidence they gained will last even longer. Otto Salomon said that the value of the students' work isn't in the objects they make, but within each child in the knowledge and confidence he or she gained in making it. The Boy Scouts deserve our appreciation and respect for keeping hands on activities in the lives of millions of children. In addition, John is working with his woodworking club to make education of kids a primary club activity. They are making great progress!

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