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Robert M. Gates will prioritize transparency, marketing, retention and recruitment, and continued program innovation as BSA president.
More than 12,000 Scouts turned up at Kansas Speedway for the inaugural Scouting 500. The final results: A high-octane weekend they'll never forget.
Avid readers of this blog have been hearing about changes to Cooking merit badge since October 2012. But new Scouters or new blog readers might not know about the exciting,
Swimming merit badge, that Eagle-required summer camp staple, has been upgraded and revised just in time for the 2014 summer camp season. The new requirements focus more on
Later today, 10,000 Boy Scouts will converge in New Jersey for what organizers are calling the year’s largest Scouting event (though organizers of the Scouting
How do you decide whether it's OK to watch that PG movie with your Cub Scouts or some PG-13 movie with your Venturers?
Imagine Scouting in a world without local, state and national parks. It’s not a pretty sight: Tents pitched in mall parking lots, s’mores cooked over an open
The Mustache patrol of Troop 242 has it figured out. They’ve found a patrol name that’s Scout-created, clever and a little bit wacky. With a name that great,
Peyton Manning was never a Boy Scout himself, but the five-time MVP-winning quarterback can’t help but be connected to Scouting. He’s reminded of the Boy Scouts
Patrol-based cooking is an important part of troop campouts, and many patrols use a patrol box to help keep cooking supplies and ingredients organized.
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