What did they do? What where their likes/dislikes? How did they meet their "sweetheart"? Did they play sports? What made them who they were?
My son Dustin, is in the Boy Scouts and recently while helping in with some projects discovered a wonderful new "TOOL", for those of us searching for our ancestors and collecting stories from those who still bless our presents.
Being a part of Boy Scouts is an experience of a life time. Being able to preserve the legacy and history of each Scout is a treasure for the future generations. Being able to document your scouting family history is something to be proud of.
Get our kids involved and let's teach them that their "OWN" history is something to be proud of. Get them involved by researching their "Scouting Lineage". Help them find out what generation scout they might be. Find out if any Aunts, Uncles, Grandfathers or even cousins were in the scouts and what rank or position they served. Try and find out if they earned any special medals or awards. Make sure they properly document the information for future generations and teach them to document their own information as well.