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Two brothers, one a Cub Scout and the other a Star Scout, made a "Frozen"-inspired parody called "Do You Want to Buy Some Popcorn?"
Crowdfunding is a seamless way to raise money for movies, gadgets and worthy causes. Eagle projects can benefit, too, provided Scouts understand the rules.
Mark Moshier and the fundraising experts at the Boy Scouts of America hear you. Last week’s explanation of why a unit’s fundraiser was determined to be against
Update, Feb. 7: See more explanation and answers to questions left in the comments below at this post. I stand corrected. Yesterday I blogged about a troop that raised money
RETRACTION, Jan. 30: Fundraisers like this one are not permitted by the Boy Scouts of America. Please read the official explanation here. The original post is below. Would
Cash or check only? Not anymore. Thanks to some handy new tech tools, it’s possible to accept credit cards at your unit’s next popcorn sale, carwash, or other
Donovan Fisher isn’t your typical door-to-door salesman. “The Popcorn Scout,” as he’s now known, is a 12-year-old marketing prodigy who in 2011
Call it a temporary role reversal. The team behind Cubcast — which Cub Scout leaders listen to every month for practical tips — is now listening to you. I told you all
When someone down the hall makes popcorn, the enticing aroma makes me drop everything and find the source. If only selling Scout popcorn were as easy, right? Turns out it is.
Popcorn sales help fund Scouting activities, but this salty treat can also bring cheer to service men and women overseas. Popcorn buyers can do both—support the
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