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I’ve always been fascinated by the concept of a Scout hut. That’s the term for a standalone building whose sole purpose is hosting Scout meetings and storing
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.
This much we know: A unit where Scouts/Venturers do everything without feedback or coaching from adult leaders is taking the “youth-led” concept too far. And
Scoutmasters can retire or move away, but their legacy lives on. You’ll find this imprint in the troop’s traditions, in signature meals and in frequently visited
Sunday will be a big day at churches across the country. And no, I don’t mean Broncos and Seahawks fans stopping by to say a prayer for their teams. I’m talking
A troop’s tradition of passing the same position patch from one Scoutmaster to the next has been forever encapsulated in a beautifully written poem. The piece, from the
Scouts worldwide have lived the “Be Prepared” motto since 1907. So who better than a Boy Scout or Venturer to serve on the Federal Emergency Management
New Cub Scout handbooks are just part of the story. Keeping up with one BSA program change after another (after another) can feel a little like drinking from a fire hose. It
The saying “if it ain’t broke, don’t fix it” could be used to describe some tweaks coming to the Boy Scouts program in 2016. The merit badge program
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