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If you have a Scout working on Scouting Heritage merit badge Requirement 4, Joe Connole's your guy.
For Boy Scout troops that own trailers, insurance insures that both the trailer itself and its contents are covered in case they're damaged or stolen.
All youth or adult leaders who have reached one year of tenure with the Boy Scouts of America are eligible to begin wearing service stars.
But what restrictions are placed on the Boy Scout merit badge sash? In what order should they be sewn on? Those questions and more answered here.
Two perfectly reasonable people can read the same phrase and have drastically different interpretations. Just ask the U.S. Supreme Court. That happened recently in a troop in
For three Scouts in Jeff's troop, the toughest First Class requirement is 9B: the swim test. The boys have a fear of jumping into water over their heads.
Updated Jan. 29 That bright red arrow atop a crisp white band is an unmistakeable symbol that the wearer is one of Scouting’s best. The sash is an outward sign that the
Is it OK for Scouts to drive themselves and others to meetings, weekend campouts, unit activities, area/regional/national events and more?
In the season of Wise Men, you won’t find many wiser than Chris Hunt, advancement team leader for the Boy Scouts of America. Whatever advancement-related question I
Updated, Nov. 22 | The chat is over, but the transcript remains. See below. And stay tuned for future Ask the Expert: LIVE events! You’ve got advancement-related
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