Scouts and Scouters love great conversations, but those should be paused when behind the wheel. Use #X to put your handheld life on hold until you reach your destination.
Splitting firewood, clearing fallen trees, completing service projects — Scouts use axes in a variety of ways. But are there restrictions on ax size?
Health and Safety guru Richard Bourlon discusses the basic emergency preparedness kit and more readiness tips in the September 2014 edition of CubCast.
Smart, healthy Scout snacks are the focus of Part 3 in the three principles of healthy living known as Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart.
The 10 fire safety tips here will help you make a plan to minimize fire risk and quickly extinguish any fires that do break out.
Make the promise to never be a victim of texting and driving, and do everything you can to convince your driving-age Scouts to do the same.
Active Scout meetings are the focus of Part 2 in three-step approach to healthy living known as Drink Right, Move More, Snack Smart.
With the Fourth of July approaching, it's important to remember that setting off fireworks is an unauthorized activity in the Boy Scouts of America, except when the display is conducted by licensed experts.
Arms flail, splashes fly and a voice screams out: “Help me!” That’s what drowning looks like, right? Wrong. Turns out movie drowning and actual drowning
In honor of Lightning Safety Awareness Week — June 22-28, 2014 — here are some ways to keep Scouts safe from deadly lightning strikes all year long.