Did you take our October-November Scouting Safety Quiz on Scouting basics? More than 520 people did, and we selected one entrant at random to win a $100 Scout Shop gift card.
And that winner is Jeremy Strater, Assistant Cubmaster for Pack 589 in Sebastian, Fla., and Wood Badge alumnus in the Gulf Stream Council.
The “Back to basics” quiz went over what to do if there’s an incident on a Scouting event, handling medical forms, appropriate activities and where Cub Scouts can camp.
How did you do?
You can still take the “Back to Basics” quiz, but if you want to be entered in our next Scouting Safety Quiz contest, take our November-December quiz: “Oh, Christmas Tree!” As magical as Christmas trees can be, they can also be dangerous.
Each issue of Scouting magazine will focus on a different BSA health and safety topic and offer an online version of the quiz where you can enter to win a prize.
At the end of the questions, you can submit your name and email address to be entered in the contest, which ends December 31, 2018. A few people took the last quiz more than once. If it bothers you that you didn’t get a 100, you’re more than welcome to take the quiz again. Just know that submitting your information multiple times does not increase your chances of winning.
You don’t have to get a perfect quiz score to be entered in the contest. We will draw one winner at random and will notify them via email. Good luck!