A New Place for Scouting

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Scouting magazine
takes you inside the exciting world of the BSA with six issues per year, but, let's face it, there’s no way we can cover it all. With millions of Cub Scouts, Boy Scouts, Venturers,
and adult volunteers across the country, we know there’s always more excitement out there.

That’s why we’re bringing you the official Scouting magazine blog, called Cracker
Barrel. Just like those late-evening gatherings on a Scouting trip, we want
this blog to serve as a place for sharing Scouting ideas and fellowship.

Put simply, it’s a daily dose of news, information, and
inspiration for you, the volunteer Scouter. Check in with us each weekday for
fresh content that takes you beyond the award-winning stories, photographs, and
illustrations in the print product.

But we can’t do this alone; we need your help. With your
contributions, we can make this blog a place where volunteers can share their
Scouting wisdom and experiences.

Keep reading to learn about some of the features we’re planning.

  • What a
    Weekend
    : A brief look at a recent weekend trip enjoyed by a pack, troop,
    crew, or ship. Send us a description of your trip and two or three of your best
    photos, and we might feature your unit on our blog. 
  • Scouter
    Spotlight
    : An interview with one of our outstanding volunteers. If you know
    someone who goes above and beyond for the Scouting program, please let us know.
  • Ask the
    Expert
    : Get questions answered by staff at the BSA
    national office. Your local council can answer most questions, but we’ll pick
    one each week to take to a national office employee. E-mail us
    your questions to get started.

We'll also dish out helpful tips for your unit, breaking news
straight from the BSA, and links to compelling stories about Scouts nationwide.

Just like the Scouting program itself, this blog relies on volunteers (that's you) in order to survive. We know that you'll help make this a great Cracker Barrel. Let's get started.

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