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If a pregnant Kate Middleton, Duchess of Cambridge, can do it, so can you. I’m talking about getting trained, an important step for any Scout volunteer — whether a
Can’t attend the 2013 National Jamboree this summer? Consider the next best thing. Mark your calendars today for the 2013 editions of the Jamboree on the Air and
While representatives from the Boy Scouts of America toured the nation’s capital this week, guys and girls from Scouts Canada did the same — only 500 miles to the
Scouting is global. The movement was created outside of the U.S., and BSA members make up just 10 percent of Scouts worldwide. So it’s big news when one of the
JOTA, I hear you loud and clear. More than 18,000 American Scouts participated in the 2012 edition of the Jamboree on the Air last month. That’s a whopping 482 percent
How do you expand the reach of an event that’s already global? Find something out of this world. This weekend, the National Scouting Museum became the only Jamboree
Violence rages in nearly every corner of the world. That makes Baden-Powell’s vision for Scouts promoting world peace seem even more prescient today than it did a
I love what the Boy Scouts of America’s Marketing team has done with its new recruiting materials. (If you haven’t seen them, drop everything and take a look.)
If you’re a ham radio buff, the six-month wait until the next Jamboree on the Air feels like a lifetime. Fortunately, there’s hope. Wait just two months and
Lord Robert Baden-Powell had a habit for sounding smart. But really, what would you expect from the founder of the worldwide Scout movement, which now boasts 30 million
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