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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
If you're smart and plan ahead, you can avoid the unnecessary summer hibernation that causes your Cub Scout pack to lose momentum.
Like all of us, Todd Skiles was overcome with grief when he heard about the school shootings at Sandy Hook Elementary School in December. But when news broke that two of the
If you know a kid who dunks like Blake Griffin, runs like Adrian Peterson or hits like Miguel Cabrera, you’ll have a hard time recruiting him to join Scouts. Because,
Here’s one for your browser’s bookmarks bar: The newest edition of the Boy Scouts of America Guide to Advancement released today. The PDF version contains
As the Boy Scouts of America’s 12th Chief Scout Executive, Wayne Brock continues a solemn tradition that dates back to November 1911 when James E. West became the
Perhaps. But only if you ask. The team behind the Boy Scouts of America’s No. 8 NASCAR, driven by Scott Lagasse Jr., will work with councils to plan car and driver
In this corner, we have modern-day Scouting, where technology enhances the delivery of the program in ways never thought possible. In the other corner, it’s traditional
Here’s more proof that in Scouting, we’re all just one big family. Two weeks ago, I blogged about Lucky 13, the group of Scouts from Troop 845 in Chapel Hill,
If first impressions are everything, your unit website better be good. These days, many prospective Scouts and their parents will research your pack, troop, or crew online
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