When it comes to life-changing experiences, there’s no substitute for camping. And when it comes to the Eagle-required Camping merit badge, there’s no substitute
Updated | May 7, 2013 Can a unit set attendance requirements? Can Scouters mandate, for example, that Scouts show up for at least half of all meetings and outings? When I
The Boy Scouts of America might be the most patriotic organization in the U.S. But don’t take that to mean we endorse any one political party. The same applies to your
If gold signifies the best in sports, why does the Boy Scouts of America use silver to represent its top awards, such as Eagle Scout palms?
The Eagle project—that last mile on the long, satisfying climb toward Scouting’s highest honor—tests a boy’s ability to organize a meaningful service project
A boy must complete all requirements for the Eagle Scout Award by his 18th birthday, but why? That was the question posed by Scouter Kim. H. She writes: “Why do Scouts
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UPDATE: Bugling merit badge has been reinstated as a separate merit badge. More details here. Have you been searching for an answer to a Scouting-related question? Ask
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