By Melany Gardner
Dec 12, 2015

Count Down to the Holiday with the Twelve Days of a Scout Christmas

Visit The Voice of Scouting everyday for the Twelve Days of a Scout Christmas beginning Monday, Dec 14, and find inspiring Christmas messages of Scouts giving the gift of living the Scout Oath and Law.Scout Law

This has been one of our favorite Christmas traditions on The Boy Scout, but we have decided to move it over to The Voice of Scouting for more people to enjoy. We hope you will join us in celebrating and share the messages you read, then together we, as Scouts (and all of us), can give the gift of being physically strong, mentally awake and morally straight.

Feel free to share these daily messages as special Christmas Scoutmaster minutes, campfire devotionals, or in weekly meetings. Or maybe a special Scouter in your life would appreciate a nice Christmas message from a friend.

Read last year’s 2014 Twelve Days of Christmas here:

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 12 – A Scout is Trustworthy

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 11 – A Scout is Loyal

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 10 – A Scout is Helpful

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 9 – A Scout is Friendly

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 8 – A Scout is Courteous

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 7 – A Scout is Kind

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 6 – A Scout is Obedient

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 5 – A Scout is Cheerful

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 4 – A Scout is Thrifty

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 3 – A Scout is Brave

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 2 – A Scout is Clean

Twelve Days of Christmas: Day 1 – A Scout is Reverent

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Author: Melany Gardner | Editor, The Boy Scout, Utah National Parks Council

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2 thoughts on “Count Down to the Holiday with the Twelve Days of a Scout Christmas

    1. Maria MilliganMaria Milligan

      I think it was actually a stylistic choice more than anything. Using a word twice in the same sentence sounds a little strange: “Countdown to Christmas with the 12 days of a Scout Christmas.” Because Christmas is in the sentence already, “The Holiday” clearly refers to Christmas. No disrespect nor avoidance of saying Christmas intended! And these inspirational stories will refer directly to Christmas as well.

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