Website Update, January 1, 2019

Happy New Year!

As the centennials of both Boxwell and the Council approach, we have been hard at work researching both.  While we have a more comprehensive work in progress for 2021, we felt like it was time to share some of work.  Thus, for the start of 2019, we give you a significant content update for VirtualBoxwell.org.  Here’s the breakdown:

1) A new banner image is this photo of Woodbadge pond in the snow of 2010.  The original photo is below. It was taken by Head Ranger Steve Belew.

2) The Media page has been deleted.

3) The Staff Page section has been reworked.  New photos have been added to the Reservation page. CubWorld now has its own page. A new section for the Other Boxwells has been added.  In other words, staff pages for the Linton Staff, the Narrows of the Harpeth Staff, and the Rock Island staff have been added.

4) New material has been added and updated to the Primer section. All of the camp namesakes now have a history in People & Positions.  All three Boxwells have been added to the People and Things section.

5) Edits have been made to:
The About Us Page
The Credit Page
The Museum Page
The Special Exhibit: Camp Murrey Page

We hope you enjoy the new material.  Honestly, if you weren’t familiar with Edwin Craig or the other Boxwell namesakes, you should check out the Primer.  The new information there is worth a read!

“From the Archives” will return on Sunday.

The VirtualBoxwell Team

 

Woodbadge Pond

Woodbadge Pond–today McKinney Pond–in the snow, 2010.

 

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