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Ethan, the newest member of the Cub Scout team, will be a part of each adventure in your boys’ new Cub Scout handbooks.
The folks behind the fun-focused updates to Cub Scouting aren’t high-paid consultants. They aren’t people who have never run a den meeting in their lives.
When the new Cub Scout program becomes official on May 2015, Tiger Cubs becomes simply Tiger and gets a new tiger image to go along with it.
Update, 4:44 p.m. May 21: Read about the volunteers responsible for these changes. And learn about Tiger Cubs becoming just Tigers. Let me get this out of the way first:
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
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
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
Updated, Feb. 5 Even with about 100 million people watching, Cub Scout Thomas Brown didn’t fumble. The 9-year-old from Pack 14 of Virginia Beach, Va., ran onto the
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
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