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You’ll notice it right away, of course. You’ll see Tristan across the room at your pack or troop meeting this week and instantly spot the unit numerals on the
Can wearing sunglasses count as doing a Good Turn? Sure, if you’re sporting Merit Shades. Every time you purchase a pair of the new officially licensed Boy Scouts of
The Boy Scouts of America will increase its annual membership fee for youth and adults to $24 from $15, beginning Jan. 1, 2014. For those who join after the beginning of the
Authentic, gritty, visceral. That’s how I describe three new videos released today by the Boy Scouts of America. They’re yours to view, download for offline
Proud to be an American? Absolutely, but this hurts a little: American fourth- and eighth-graders are far from No. 1 in math and science. In fact, we’re just outside of
You’d expect a bunch of welding experts to forge some strong bonds, but the folks at Lincoln Electric have gone above and beyond. Their work bringing welding and the
The two-volume Troop Leader Guidebook will replace the Scoutmaster Handbook and offering helpful checklists, quick tips and fresh ideas.
Play around with a knife, lose a corner on your Totin’ Chip. In my troop growing up, it was that simple. If a Scout lost all four corners of his Totin’ Chip
Don’t sob about Sewing or mope about Magic. Send those ideas for new merit badges to someone who can actually act on them. Over the years, several of you emailed me
Everyday Americans care about the Boy Scouts of America. You know it, I know it, and, as it turns out, Amazon.com CEO Jeff Bezos knows it. Bezos made headlines yesterday
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