Becoming a Tenderfoot

I just have become a Tenderfoot for Boy Scouts. My dad is happy for me and it is great for me because it means I am one step closer to becoming an Eagle Scout. Before I became a Tenderfoot I had to do some requirements and then I had to do a Board of Review. My dad said the Board of Review would be hard but it really wasn’t difficult. Even though it was easy I was terrified about what I was going to do in the Board of Review. Fortunately it was very simple.

Examples of requirements:

Demonstrate how to fuse and whip the ends of a rope.

Demonstrate how to care for somebody who is choking.

Spend at least one night on a patrol or troop campout, and sleep in a tent that you have helped pitch.

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