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Do your typical weekend plans involve dirt and Scouting? Step things up a notch! Add some rubber to the mix with a mountain-biking outing. Tomorrow’s the perfect time
Click here to see the 2014 version of this list. Once upon a time, we used maps printed on paper to find our way. We studied laminated sky charts to identify
The May-June “Where Am I?” contest was tough, judging from the relatively small number of guesses. Only 315 entries were received, compared to 666 in the
Want to get your unit’s recruiting up to speed? Consider hauling your “Join Scouting” message everywhere your pack, troop, team, or crew travels. Start by taking a page
Here’s a new job for Mike Rowe, he of Dirty Jobs fame: Keynote speaker at a gathering of BSA professionals and volunteers. Rowe traded his usual duds — well, he
The Scout Law isn't changing. But here are your ideas for a 13th point to go along with "Trustworthy, Loyal, Helpful, Friendly, Courteous, Kind, Obedient, Cheerful, Thrifty, Brave, Clean, and Reverent."
Scouters and Scouts, start your televisions. The Indianapolis 500, easily the best-known auto race of the year, is Sunday. I’ve always enjoyed watching, but ever since
When our gear guru Stephen Regenold (founder of thegearjunkie.com) selects items for Scouting magazine’s “Great Gear” column, he uses two important criteria
Take a peek at the photo from our March-April “Where Am I?” contest and you might think you’re standing in Wind Cave National Park. But take a closer look
While you may dream of a picturesque backyard—dotted with mountain peaks, green trees, and acres of land for you to explore—more than 80 percent of the U.S. population
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